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The Roman Law of Slavery

The Condition of the Slave in Private Law from Augustus to Justinian

by W. W. Buckland

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Published by Lawbook Exchange Ltd .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Law,
  • Slavery (Roman law),
  • General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages735
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9365465M
    ISBN 101584770686
    ISBN 109781584770688


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Buckland's highly regarded magisterial work of is a scholarly and thorough description of the principles of the Roman law with regard to slavery. Chapters systematically address, in Buckland's words, 'the most characteristic part of the most characteristic intellectual product of Rome'.

The Roman Law Of Slavery book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A systematic and scholarly description of the principles of the R W.

Buckland's highly regarded magisterial work of is a scholarly and thorough description of the principles of the Roman law with regard to slavery. Chapters systematically address, in Buckland's words, 'the most characteristic part of the most characteristic intellectual product of Rome'.

In minute detail, Buckland surveys slaves and the complexity of the position of the slave in Download The Roman Law Of Slavery ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format.

Click Download or Read Online button to THE ROMAN LAW OF SLAVERY book pdf for free now. The Roman Law Of Slavery. Author: William Warwick Buckland ISBN: Genre: Law File Size: MB T his aspect of the Slave was necessarily prominent in the Law. He was the one human being who could be owned.

There were men in many inferior positions which look almost like slavery: there were the nexus, the auctoratus, the addictus, and none of these was, like the slave, a Res. Potestatis verbo plura significantur: in persona magistratuum imperium in persona servi :// Buy The Roman Law of Slavery: The Condition of the Slave in Private Law from Augustus to Justinian (Cambridge Library Collection - Classics) by Buckland, William Warwick (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible  › Religion & Spirituality › Christianity › Theology. The Roman law of slavery, as we know it, was developed by a succession of practical lawyers who were not great philosophers, and as the main purpose of our definition is to help in the elucidatiol }.

of their writings, it seems unwise to base it on a highly abstract conception which they would hardly have understood and with which they This book is an excellent introduction to the social condition of slavery in the Roman world.

The only thing lacking is more of a historical sense of how things changed and why. Bradley does a good job of balancing the "master" view with the "slave" view, presenting several sides to each issue without much moralizing of his own -- a rare thing  › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Humanities.

The Roman Law of Slavery: The Condition of the Slave in Private Law from Augustus to Justinian by William Warwick Buckland | out of 5 stars 1?k=roman+slavery&rh=n In accordance with the Roman law of contract (see Crook, Law and Life, Ch.

6), the vendor is associated with a guarantor or 'second vendor' to stand surety for him should the buyer be dissatisfied (in some of these documents, the surety is specified as twice the sale price; see Varro, No, 4f.

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