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By Trevor Dean, K. J. P. Lowe

This quantity places crime and affliction in Renaissance Italy firmly in its political and social context. The individuals comprise English, Italian, American and Australian students. the amount specializes in new fabric and addresses all levels within the judicial method from the drafting of legislation to the rounding up of bandits. The articles variety geographically throughout many of the peninsula. this can be the single single-volume therapy to be had at the topic in English.

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Habe er namlich versaumt, einen neuen Termin zu bestimmen, so sei nicht vertagt, und weil er auch nur in einem neuen Termin hatte urteilen 82 Fur litem addicere, wie sich aus dem Zusammenhang ergibt. Unrichtig Metzger 109: "... sunset shall be the latest time for proceeding". 83 Metzger 9 Iff. 86 Gegen den Beifall der Kritik87 halte ich Metzgers Abhandlung jedenfalls in diesem Punkte fur verfehlt. 90 Das ist richtig und besonders deutlich bei Censorinus, dem Grammatiker des 3. Jhs. n. Chr. Nach seiner Darstellung war suprema der letzte Tagesabschnitt vor Sonnenuntergang, glaubten aber auch viele, suprema sei die Tageszeit nach Sonnenuntergang, "quia est in XII tabulis scriptum sic: 'solis occasus suprema tempestas esto'".

87, 88 und 92. Die Regelung der datio intertii in Kap. 90 ist umso auffallender, als fiir die denuntiatio intertii in Kap. 91 auf die ProzeBpraxis in Rom verwiesen wird. Die in ius vocatio etwa oder das vadimonium sind offenbar darum vollig ausgespart, weil sie im Edikt geregelt waren. All das bedarf noch der naheren Untersuchung. G. Wolf, 'lurisdictio' 29-61 m. Lit. G. Wolf, 'lurisdictio' 35ff. m. ; G. Zanon, SDHI 58 (1992), 323 A. 60. G. Wolf, 'Intertium' bei II. und V. 18 JOSEPH GEORG WOLF auf das stadtromische ProzeBrecht verwiesen—auch fiir die did diffissio.

Kap. 90 handelt de intertium dando, von der Erteilung eines Termins fur das Urteilsgericht durch den Magistral. Hier, in Kap. 91, lesen wir in der ersten Version, daB der Klager das ihm erteilte intertium Urteilsrichter und ProzeBgegner in biduo proximo anzeigen muB. Fur diesen Tatbestand sollen dieselben Regeln gelten, die in Rom fur die denuntiatio intertii gelten. Die Mitteilung der naheren Umstande war uberfliissig, wenn auch im stadtromischen ProzeB der Gerichtstag dem Urteilsrichter und dem ProzeBgegner in biduo proximo angezeigt werden muBte.

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