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Unit HISTORY AND INSTITUTES OF ROMAN LAW

Course
Law
Study-unit Code
A000110
Curriculum
In all curricula
CFU
12
Course Regulation
Coorte 2018
Offered
2018/19
Type of study-unit
Obbligatorio (Required)
Type of learning activities
Attività formativa integrata

INSTITUTES OF ROMAN LAW

Code A000112
CFU 6
Learning activities Base
Area Storico-giuridico
Sector IUS/18
Type of study-unit Obbligatorio (Required)

Cognomi A-L

CFU
6
Teacher
Marialuisa Navarra
Teachers
  • Marialuisa Navarra - Didattica Ufficiale
Hours
  • 42 ore - Didattica Ufficiale - Marialuisa Navarra
Language of instruction
Italian
Contents
Roman Law of persons, succession, things, obligations, procedure.
Reference texts
M. MARRONE, Manuale di diritto privato romano, Giappichelli, Torino 2004
or
M. TALAMANCA, Elementi di diritto privato romano, Giuffrè, Milano 2013
Educational objectives
Basic knowledge of the institutes of the Roman civil law and procedure. Acquisition of skills in the use of terminology and legal categories. Development of the analytical capacity of legal issues.
Prerequisites
In order to understand the topics of the course and to achieve the aims of the learning, students must have a basic general culture and an essential knowledge in anciente history.
Teaching methods
Face-to-face. Projections of slides.
Other information
For information on support services for students with disabilities and / or DSA visit
http://www.unipg.it/disabilita-e-dsa
Learning verification modality
The exam consists in an oral test aimed to verify knowledge and understanding of the topics of the subject, as well as to evaluate the ability in reasoning and argumenting. The duration of the test may vary according to the ability of the student. Attending students, if so desire, can make a supplementary reading which will be taken into consideration in the final evaluation.
Extended program
The course is divided into two semesters. The second half will be focus on persons, property, obligations and procedure. Short notes on succession mortis causa. Direct contact with sources (also in Italian translation proposals) will introduce the knowledge of certain structures of legal reasoning, the principles and values that have guided the Roman jurists.

Cognomi M-Z

CFU
6
Teacher
Marialuisa Navarra
Teachers
  • Marialuisa Navarra - Didattica Ufficiale
Hours
  • 42 ore - Didattica Ufficiale - Marialuisa Navarra
Language of instruction
Italian
Contents
Roman Law of persons, succession, things, obligations, procedure.
Reference texts
M. MARRONE, Manuale di diritto privato romano, Giappichelli, Torino 2004
or
M. TALAMANCA, Elementi di diritto privato romano, Giuffrè, Milano 2013
Educational objectives
Basic knowledge of the institutes of the Roman civil law and procedure. Acquisition of skills in the use of terminology and legal categories. Development of the analytical capacity of legal issues.
Prerequisites
In order to understand the topics of the course and to achieve the aims of the learning, students must have a basic general culture and an essential knowledge in anciente history.
Teaching methods
Face-to-face. Projections of slides.
Other information
For information on support services for students with disabilities and / or DSA visit
http://www.unipg.it/disabilita-e-dsa
Learning verification modality
The exam consists in an oral test aimed to verify knowledge and understanding of the topics of the subject, as well as to evaluate the ability in reasoning and argumenting. The duration of the test may vary according to the ability of the student. Attending students, if so desire, can make a supplementary reading which will be taken into consideration in the final evaluation.
Extended program
The course is divided into two semesters. The second half will be focus on persons, property, obligations and procedure. Short notes on succession mortis causa. Direct contact with sources (also in Italian translation proposals) will introduce the knowledge of certain structures of legal reasoning, the principles and values that have guided the Roman jurists.

HISTORY OF ROMAN LAW

Code A000111
CFU 6
Learning activities Base
Area Storico-giuridico
Sector IUS/18
Type of study-unit Obbligatorio (Required)

Cognomi A-L

CFU
6
Teacher
Marialuisa Navarra
Teachers
  • Marialuisa Navarra - Didattica Ufficiale
Hours
  • 42 ore - Didattica Ufficiale - Marialuisa Navarra
Language of instruction
ITALIAN
Contents
Roman constitution, administration, criminal law, sources of law.
Reference texts
G. CRIFÒ, Lezioni di storia del diritto romano, Monduzzi, Bologna 2010, excluding §§ 26-29 (pp. 101-119) and §§ 76-82 (pp. 366-406)
Educational objectives
Knowledge of roman public law and sources of  Roman Law. Ability to use appropriate terminology and legal categories.
Prerequisites
In order to understand the topics of the course and to achieve the aims of the learning, students must have a basic general culture and an essential knowledge in anciente history.
Teaching methods
Face-to-face; projections of slides.
Other information
An optional mid-term test will be given in Dicember, January and April.
Learning verification modality
The exam consists in an oral test aimed to verify knowledge and understanding of the topics of the subject, as well as to evaluate the ability in reasoning and argumenting. The duration of the test may vary according to the ability of the student. Attending students, if so desire, can make a supplementary reading  which will be taken into consideration in the final evaluation.
Extended program
The subject is divided into two semesters. The first half will trace the historical developments from its origins (the eighth century BC) to Justinian (sixth century AD) of the constitution, the administration, the criminal law and the sources of Roman law.

Cognomi M-Z

CFU
6
Teacher
Carlo Lorenzi
Teachers
  • Carlo Lorenzi - Didattica Ufficiale
Hours
  • 42 ore - Didattica Ufficiale - Carlo Lorenzi
Language of instruction
Italian
Contents
The teaching module discusses issues surrounding the forms of government have occurred in Roman history, the administrative structures, the legal sources and the jurusprudence. Topics include: the sources of Roman law, the constitution of Regnum, Principate and the Dominate; the administration in various periods; Roman criminal law and trial.
Reference texts
G. CRIFÒ, Lezioni di storia del diritto romano, V ed., Monduzzi, Bologna 2010, with the exception of §§ 26-29 (pp. 101-119) and §§ 76-82 (pp. 366-406); teaching materials available on the UNISTUDIUM platform.
Educational objectives
Knowledge of the forms of government and sources concerning Roman legal experience. Acquisition of skills in the use of terminology and legal categories. Development of the analytical capacity of legal issues.
Prerequisites
In order to understand the topics of the course and to achieve the aims of learning, students must have a basic general culture and an essential knowledge in ancient history.
Teaching methods
Front lecturing and teaching materials available on the UNISTUDIUM platform.
Other information
Seminars and integrative readings can be agreed with attending students. Students reception.
For information on support services for students with disabilities and / or DSA visit http://www.unipg.it/disabilita-e-dsa
Learning verification modality
The exam consists in an oral test aimed to verify the knowledge and understanding of the topics of the subject, as well as to evaluate the capacity in reasoning and argumenting. The duration of the test may vary according to the proceeding of the test.
Extended program
The teaching introduces the knowledge of the history of the Roman constitution, dealing a critical issues related to different forms of government have occurred in Roman history, administrative structures and sources of law.
The course relates to the facts, causes, interpretations pertaining to the origin, development and survival of the Roman civitas, embracing a period that extends from the birth of Rome (VIII century BC.) to the reign of Justinian (VI century AD). Topics include: the sources of Roman law in relation to the periods of the history of Roman law, the origin and development of jurisprudence, the monarchy, the republican constitution, the administration of Italy and the provinces, the Principate and the administration of the empire, the constitutional and administrative structures during the late empire; Roman criminal law and trial.
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