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La prassi giuridica cristiana nel Tardo Impero circa l’esogamia parentale: raffronto con la legislazione imperiale

digital La prassi giuridica cristiana nel Tardo Impero circa l’esogamia
parentale: raffronto con la legislazione imperiale
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rivista JUS
fascicolo JUS - 2015 - 3
titolo La prassi giuridica cristiana nel Tardo Impero circa l’esogamia parentale: raffronto con la legislazione imperiale
autore
editore Vita e Pensiero
formato Articolo | Pdf
online da 03-2016
issn 00226955 (stampa)
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The purpose of the present work is inquiring which kind of Christian judicial practice was increasing and developing during IV and V century, about matrimonial prohibition between people in relationship, in third collateral degree and inter consobrinos, so we can see that the canonical law –shown by the Church father and the Councils –, which was stabilizing himself at the time, arrived at parenetic conclusions that met the Empires’ legislation. The comparison with legal regulation, regarding the same field in IV century, enabled us to analyze the relationship between the two legislation, in order to contest the doctrine, well known during the last decades, which presumes the derivation of the imperial laws from the Cristians’ ones. This doctrine turns out not to be true, regarding, at least, prohibitions we examinated.

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