A re-examination of P.Gen. inv. Lat. 6, a parchment fragment from Egypt now kept in the Geneva Library, allows to identify its content as a constitutio - in a textual form so far unknown - of Honorius and Theodosius II (partially transmitted in CTh. 8,4,28; 6,35,14; 12,1,184), perhaps included in a collection of imperial dispositions concerning curiales and cohortales, set up for private or professional use. A new edition of the text of the fragment, together with a commentary, has been provided within the framework of the ERC project “Redhis. Rediscovering the hidden structure. A new appreciation of Juristic texts and Patterns of thought in Late Antiquity” (University of Pavia), which aims to the edition of the writings of Roman jurists on papyri and parchments, dating from the 2nd to 6th cent. AD, in order to evaluate the persistence of classical legal thought in Late Antiquity.

Ammirati, S., Fressura, M., Mantovani, D. (2015). Curiales e cohortales in P.Gen. Lat. inv. 6. Una nuova versione di una costituzione di Onorio e Teodosio II del 423. ZEITSCHRIFT DER SAVIGNY-STIFTUNG FÜR RECHTSGESCHICHTE. ROMANISTISCHE ABTEILUNG, 132(2), 299-323 [10.7767/zrgra-2015-0111].

Curiales e cohortales in P.Gen. Lat. inv. 6. Una nuova versione di una costituzione di Onorio e Teodosio II del 423

AMMIRATI, SERENA;FRESSURA, MARCO;
2015-01-01

Abstract

A re-examination of P.Gen. inv. Lat. 6, a parchment fragment from Egypt now kept in the Geneva Library, allows to identify its content as a constitutio - in a textual form so far unknown - of Honorius and Theodosius II (partially transmitted in CTh. 8,4,28; 6,35,14; 12,1,184), perhaps included in a collection of imperial dispositions concerning curiales and cohortales, set up for private or professional use. A new edition of the text of the fragment, together with a commentary, has been provided within the framework of the ERC project “Redhis. Rediscovering the hidden structure. A new appreciation of Juristic texts and Patterns of thought in Late Antiquity” (University of Pavia), which aims to the edition of the writings of Roman jurists on papyri and parchments, dating from the 2nd to 6th cent. AD, in order to evaluate the persistence of classical legal thought in Late Antiquity.
Ammirati, S., Fressura, M., Mantovani, D. (2015). Curiales e cohortales in P.Gen. Lat. inv. 6. Una nuova versione di una costituzione di Onorio e Teodosio II del 423. ZEITSCHRIFT DER SAVIGNY-STIFTUNG FÜR RECHTSGESCHICHTE. ROMANISTISCHE ABTEILUNG, 132(2), 299-323 [10.7767/zrgra-2015-0111].
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