Droit Imperial et Traditions Locales dans l'Egypte Romaine (Collected Studies Series, 321)

Modrzejewski, Joseph Meleze

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In the first centuries after the Roman occupation of Egypt the local laws and traditions of the Greek-speaking population were brought face to face with the demands and structures of the legal system of the Empire. The articles in this volume examine how the two interacted, and are based upon extensive research into the Greek papyri. The opening studies show how the Greek élite was accommodated by the conquerors and investigate the persistence of a number of local practices. In the second part, which centres upon the figure of the noted jurist Ulpian, Professor Mélèze-Modrzejewski looks at the impact of the Roman Empire, while the final articles attempt to explain how the legal traditions of the Hellenised East survived the general extension of Roman citizenship by Caracalla in 212 AD. Durant les premiers siècles qui ont suivi l?occupation romaine de l?Egypte, les lois et les traditions locales de la population hellénophone furent confrontés aux exigences et aux structures du système légal de l?empire. Les articles contenus dans ce volume en examinent l?internaction et sont basés de façon extensive sur le témoinage des papyrus grecs. Les premiers études montrent comment les conquérants furent conciliants vis-à-vis de l?élite grecque et examinent la persistance d?un certain nombre de pratiques provinciales. Dans la deuxième partie, qui est centrée sur l?illustre juriste Ulpien, le professeur Mélèze-Modrzejewski jette un regard sur l?impact de l?empire romain. Les dernières études tentent d?expliquer de quelle façon les traditions juridiques de l?Orient hellenise ont sevécu à l?extension générale de la citoyenneté romaine par Caracalla en 212 de notre ère. Contents: Avant-Propos; Entre la cité et le fisc: le statut grec dans l'Égypte romain; Le mandat dans la pratique provinciale à la lumière des lettres privées grecques d'Égypte; A propos de la tutelle dative des femmes dans l'Égypte romaine; La dévolution au fisc des biens vacants d'après le Gnomon de l'Idiologue; Ulpien et la nature des animaux; La date de la mort d'Ulpien et la préfecture du prétoire au début du règne d'Alexandre Sévère; Les préfets d'Égypte au début du règne d'Alexandre Sévère; Inscription latine d'un triérarque d'Égypte trouvée à Akôris; "La loi des Égyptiens": le droit grec dans l'Égypte romaine; Consitutio Antoniniana; Grégoire le Thaumaturge et le droit romain; Ménandre de Laodicée et l'Édit de Caracalla; Addenda; Index des sources. Book Description: In the first centuries after the Roman occupation of Egypt the local laws and traditions of the Greek-speaking population were brought face to face with the demands and structures of the legal system of the Empire. The articles in this volume examine how the two interacted, and are based upon extensive research into the Greek papyri. The opening studies show how the Greek elite was accommodated by the conquerors and investigate the persistence of a number of local practices. In the second part, which centres upon the figure of the noted jurist Ulpian, Professor Meleze-Modrzejewski looks at the impact of the Roman Empire, while the final articles attempt to explain how the legal traditions of the Hellenised East survived the general extension of Roman citizenship by Caracalla in 212 AD. Durant les premiers siecles qui ont suivi l'occupation romaine de l'Egypte, les lois et les traditions locales de la population hellenophone furent confrontes aux exigences et aux structures du systeme legal de l'empire. Les articles contenus dans ce volume en examinent l'internaction et sont bases de facon extensive sur le temoinage des papyrus grecs. Les premiers etudes montrent comment les conquerants furent conciliants vis-a-vis de l'elite grecque et examinent la persistance d'un certain nombre de pratiques provinciales. Dans la deuxieme partie, qui est centree sur l'illustre juriste Ulpien, le professeur Meleze-Modrzejewski jette un regard sur l'impact de l'empire romain. Les dernieres etudes tentent d'expliquer de quell. Bookseller Inventory #

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Synopsis: In the first centuries after the Roman occupation of Egypt the local laws and traditions of the Greek-speaking population were brought face to face with the demands and structures of the legal system of the Empire. The articles in this volume examine how the two interacted, and are based upon extensive research into the Greek papyri. The opening studies show how the Greek élite was accommodated by the conquerors and investigate the persistence of a number of local practices. In the second part, which centres upon the figure of the noted jurist Ulpian, Professor Mélèze-Modrzejewski looks at the impact of the Roman Empire, while the final articles attempt to explain how the legal traditions of the Hellenised East survived the general extension of Roman citizenship by Caracalla in 212 AD. Durant les premiers siècles qui ont suivi l’occupation romaine de l’Egypte, les lois et les traditions locales de la population hellénophone furent confrontés aux exigences et aux structures du système légal de l’empire. Les articles contenus dans ce volume en examinent l’internaction et sont basés de façon extensive sur le témoinage des papyrus grecs. Les premiers études montrent comment les conquérants furent conciliants vis-à-vis de l’élite grecque et examinent la persistance d’un certain nombre de pratiques provinciales. Dans la deuxième partie, qui est centrée sur l’illustre juriste Ulpien, le professeur Mélèze-Modrzejewski jette un regard sur l’impact de l’empire romain. Les dernières études tentent d’expliquer de quelle façon les traditions juridiques de l’Orient hellenise ont sevécu à l’extension générale de la citoyenneté romaine par Caracalla en 212 de notre ère.

About the Author: Joseph Meleze-Modrzejewski, Sorbonne-Universite de Paris-I and the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, IVe section, France

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