BOLOGNA – Statuti dall`anno 1245 all`anno 1267. 3 vols. Bologna 1869-80.

BOLOGNA - Statuti dall`anno 1245 all`anno 1267. 3 vols. Bologna 1869-80.

BOLOGNA – Statuti di Bologna dall`anno 1245 all`anno 1267. Pubblicati per cura di Luigi FRATI. Tomo I. (…III.) Bologna, Regia Tipografia, 1869-1880. Folio. (Reprint Vico Verlag, Frankfurt am Main 2012) (I: 1869) 520 S.; (II: 1876) 644 S.; (III: 1880) 787 S. 3 half-linen volumes. (R. Deputazione di Storia Patria per le Provincie di Romagna. Dei Monumenti Istorici. Serie Prima) Order-no.: IC-239 ISBN 978-3-86303-156-5 available

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Bologna, the largest city and the capital of the Region Emiliga-Romagna. The Town was founded by the Etruscian. In 189 BC, the Romans destroyed many settlements and villages and then founded the colonia of Bononia. In the 11th century Bologna began to aspire to being a free commune. Since that time, the statuta in Bologna was a very important legislation of the Commune. In 1256, Bologna promulgated the “Paradise Law”, which abolished feudal serfdom and freed the slaves. In 1088, the University of Bologna was founded and is widely considered to be the first University in Europe. Since the foundation of the university, Bologna was the greatest centre of legal studies in Europe, and thousands of students flocked there from all over Europe to study civil and canon law. Its famous teachers included Irnerius, Azo, Accursius and many more. It was a student University, in which the student organizations chose the rector and the masters, and this had an influence on the development of many later universities in Europe. Band 1: I: Statuti di Bologna dall`anno 1245 all`anno 1267. a. Statuta Communis Bononiae zwischen den jahren 1245 und 1250 b. Statuta Communis Bononiae zwischen den Jahren 1250 bis 1267 Liber I: 50 rubricae: Ämter, die Vereidigung und die Pflichten der Amtsinhaber Liber II: 66 rubricae: Kriminalrecht Liber III: 21 rubricae: De Bannitis Liber IV: 53 rubricae: Gerichtswesen: Richter und Advokate; Zivilrecht Liber V: 24 rubricae: De emphiteosis ecclesiarum; über Haeretiker Liber VI: 61 rubricae: öffentliches Recht Band 2: b. Statuta Communis Bononiae zwischen den Jahren 1250 bis 1267 Liber VII: 156 rubricae: Wirtschafts- und Handelsrecht Liber VIII: 97 rubricae: Notarswesen; Gesundheitswesen Liber IX: 572 rubricae: Landwirtschaft, Schiffahrt, Verkehrswege, Wasserversorgung Band 3: b. Statuta Communis Bononiae zwischen den Jahren 1250 bis 1267 Liber X: 107 rubricae: Wahl und Bestimmungen zur Podestà Liber XI: 194 rubricae: Kaufmannschaft, Geldwesen Liber XII: 41 rubricae: ordinamenta facta per Dominos Bladi Coing, Handbuch I,715 mit weiteren Nachweisen:” Die Statuten der Stadt beginnen mit dem Jahre 1245. Eine erste, zusammenfassende Redaktion der Statuta communis Bononiae aus dem Jahre 1250 bestand aus zehn Büchern, denen Ergänzungen als Buch XI und XII angehängt wurden.”

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