Hypotheca in Roman Law and ὑποθήκη in Greek Law

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February 1, 2019

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Edward M. Harris, « Hypotheca in Roman Law and ὑποθήκη in Greek Law », Publications de la Sorbonne, ID : 10.4000/books.psorbonne.9659


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In a recent book Alan Watson has argued that Roman Law reflected the views, concerns, and intellectual habits of a narrow elite. There were two groups in this elite. First, there were the praetors, aediles, and provincial governors who administered the law, and the jurists who expounded and interpreted the law. Second, there were the litigants, judges, and others who heard cases and resolved disputes. These men were isolated from larger trends in social, economic and intellectual history and ...

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