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  • 3-7 September 2019 Edinburgh, UK

    SIHDA 2019 E d i nbu r gh , U K

    LXXIIIe Session De La Société Internationale Fernand De Visscher Pour L’histoire Des Droits De L’antiquité

  • Le droit et sa place dans le monde antique

    A few words from your host: On behalf of the Dean of the School of Law, Professor Martin Hogg, the Chair of Civil law, Professor John W. Cairns, and my colleagues in the Centre for Legal History, it gives me great pleasure to welcome you to Edinburgh. It is our privilege and honour to host the 73rd annual conference of the Société Internationale Fernand de Visscher pour l’Histoire des Droits de l’Antiquité. As many of you will know, the conference of the Société, one of the most important annual events in our discipline, was instituted to provide an opportunity for scholars of the laws of antiquity to meet and to discuss their latest research. From its inception, the aim of this conference, and of the Société more generally, has been to foster and grow a truly international research community. I am heartened to see so many of you here in Edinburgh and I wish you a successful and productive conference.

    Paul J. du Plessis Professor of Roman Law

    Contents Page 2 - Welcome

    Page 3 - Tuesday 3 September

    Page 4 - Wednesday 4 September

    Page 9 - Thursday 5 September

    Page 14 - Friday 6 September

    Page 18 - Saturday 7 September

    Page 19 - Map of venues

    Welcome to Edinburgh Bienvenue à Edimbourg Bienvenido a edimburgo Benvenuti a Edimburgo Willkommen in Edinburgh

    Edinburgh - View from Calton Hill

    This event is hosted by:

    The Centre for Legal History Edinburgh Law School The University of Edinburgh Old College, South Bridge Edinburgh, UK

    Professor Paul J. du Plessis

    Professor of Roman Law, University of Edinburgh

  • Tuesday 3 September 2019

    19.00 Welcome Reception

    National Museum of Scotland Tower Entrance Chambers Street Edinburgh, EH1 1JF

    The opening reception will take place in the Early Peoples Gallery in the National Museum of Scotland. Here you will be welcomed to the conference and spend the next 2 hours networking with colleagues whilst having access to an array of historical and archeological artifacts ranging from 8000BC to AD1100.

    Mardi 3 Septembre 2019 Martes 3 de Septiembre de 2019 Martedì 3 Settembre 2019 Dienstag, 3. September 2019

    Cramond Lioness at the National Museum of Scotland

    Date Mid 2nd - early 3rd century AD Found In the mud at the mouth of the River Almond, Cramond, Edinburgh in 1997 by the ferryman Robert Graham Made from White sandstone. Acquired Acquired by National Museums Scotland and City of Edinburgh Council with the aid of the Art Fund

    National Museum of Scotland (Tower Entrance) Chambers Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1JF

  • Wednesday 4 September 2019 Opening Session Playfair Library, South Side of Old College10.00 - 10.45

    Teaching Room 01 Teaching Room 02 Teaching Room 03 Teaching Room 06 Teaching Room 07Room / Salle:

    Chair/Président.e: Annette Ruelle

    Kaius Tuori (University of Helsinki)

    Spaces of Citizenship: Defining Legal Status and Capacity in Roman Law and Topography

    Chair/Président.e: David Pugsley

    Thomas Finkenauer (Universität Tübingen)

    Zur Inhärenz von Einreden im bonae fidei iudicium

    Chair/Président.e: Jakub Urbanik

    Radek Cernoch (Masaryk University)

    The Importance of Having an Heir

    Chair/Président.e: Evelyn Hoebenreich

    Milena Polojac (University of Belgrade)

    Paulus D.9.2.30.3: Some Remarks on the Farmer Case in the Western and Eastern European Legal Tradition

    Chair/Président.e: Paul J. du Plessis

    Maria Teresa Garcia Ludeña (Independent Scholar)

    Societas Publicanorum Vista en Distintos Pasajes de Cicerón como Germen de la Sociedad Anónima

    11.00 - 13.00

    Session 1 / Session 1

    Mercredi 4 Septembre 2019 Miércoles 4 de Septiembre de 2019 Mercoledì 4 Settembre 2019 Mittwoch, 4. September 2019

    Graeme Cunningham (University of Glasgow)

    The Place of Rhetoric in Late Republican Law: Some Thoughts on Pietas and the Querela inofficiosi testamenti

    Margarita Fuenteseca (Universidade de Vigo)

    Dos Excepciones Procesales con una Única Finalidad

    Francesca Terranova (Università degli Studi di Palermo)

    Un esempio di confronto testuale in tema di testamenti factio (cum testibus): D. 28.1.20.2 (Ulp. 1 ad Sab.) e I. 2.10.9

    Agatina Stefania Scarcella (Università degli Studi di Messina)

    Interventi normativi giustinianei in particolari situazioni transitorie, caratterizzati da una specifica terminologia

    Anna Plisecka (Kalaidos Law School, Zurich)

    Ignorantia iuris in Scaevola 1 dig., D.50.9.6.

    Talya Ucaryilmaz (Oxford Institute of European and Comparative Law & Bilkent University)

    The Place of Bona Fides in International Law

    Lisa Isola (Universität Wien)

    Überlegungen zur Litiskreszenz bei der actio ex testamento

    Simon Corcoran (Newcastle University)

    Roman Law and Roman History in Early 12th Century England: William of Malmesbury and Bodleian MS Arch Selden B.16

    Tomoyoshi Hayashi (Osaka University)

    The addressees of the responses of P. Alfenus Varus and the accessibility of ‘ordinary’ people to his legal supports in late Republican Rome

    Elżbieta Loska (Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University)

    De iure et tempore legum rogandarum

    All sessions will take place in the Edinburgh Law School, North Side of Old College

  • Wednesday 4 September 2019 Mercredi 4 Septembre 2019Miércoles 4 de Septiembre de 2019 Mercoledì 4 Settembre 2019 Mittwoch, 4. September 2019

    Teaching Room 01 Teaching Room 02 Teaching Room 03 Teaching Room 06 Teaching Room 07Room / Salle:

    11.00 - 13.00 cont. Anna Novitskaya (University of Vienna)

    Libri actionum nella giurisprudenza romana del periodo repubblicano

    Maria Victoria Sansón Rodríguez (Universidad de La Laguna)

    La responsabilidad por vicios ocultos de la cosa vendida, su origen histórico, evolución y encuadramiento dogmático actual?

    Benet Salway (University College London)

    Navicularii, naucleroi, and the Roman state in the second century AD

    Alberto Lorusso (Universidad de Alcalá)

    Aestimatio damni nel terzo capo della lex Aquilia: Le api a supporto della teoria del David Daube

    13.00 - 14.00 Lunch / Déjeuner

    Chair/Président.e: Maciej Jońca

    Nicole Giannella (Cornell Univeristy)

    Slave Catchers and Slave Harborers: Trust on the Roman Road

    Chair/Président.e: Peter Candy

    Fabiana Tuccillo (University of Naples Federico II)

    ‘Patere legem quam ipse tuleris’: from the Praetorian Edict to the European Court of Justice

    Chair/Président.e: Anna Tarwacka

    Mariagrazia Rizzi (Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca)

    Diritto, riforme metrologiche e loro impatto sui costi di transazione nel Mediterraneo antico

    Chair/Président.e: Anna Plisecka

    Marek Novák (Charles University)

    The Influence of Roman Law on the Concept of Possession in Czech Civil Law

    Chair/Président.e: Milena Polojac

    Kamil Sorka (Jagiellonian University)

    The Moral and Social Reputation of a Witness as Formative for the Estimation of His Assessments

    14.00 - 15.30

    Session 2 / Session 2

    Ayşe Öncül (Istanbul University)

    The Continuous Existence of Roman Law Under Ottoman Court Systems

    Playfair Library, South Side of Old College

  • Wednesday 4 September 2019

    Teaching Room 01 Teaching Room 02 Teaching Room 03 Teaching Room 06 Teaching Room 07Room / Salle:

    Mercredi 4 Septembre 2019 Miércoles 4 de Septiembre de 2019 Mercoledì 4 Settembre 2019 Mittwoch, 4. September 2019

    Ivan Milotić (University of Zagreb)

    Relegatio in insulam of Hadrian’s Era: The Case of King Rasparaganus

    Wolfgang Ernst (University of Oxford)

    Roman Foundations of the Law of Arbitration

    Konstantin Tanev (University of National and World Economy)

    The role of place in the context of the Roman law of surety

    Sebnem Akipek Ocal (TED University)

    Real Rights and the Principle of Numerus Clausus Compared to Personal Rights and the Freedom of Contract: A Comparative Analysis of Roman Law and Turkish Law

    Marlene Peinhopf (University of Graz)

    Itaque tanto est sermo Graecus Latino iucundior. Überlegungen zur Verwendung griechischer Termini in den Digesten

    15.30 - 16.00 Coffee Break / Pause-café

    MacLaren Stuart Room Ground Floor, Old College

    Julio Pelaez (Universidad Francisco Marroquín)

    The Distinction between prescripción (prescription) and caducidad (limitation of action, caducité) from the perspective of the actio

    Vincent van Hoof (Radboud University)

    Asset-based Financing and in rem versio

    Annette Ruelle (Université Saint-Louis – Bruxelles)

    La place de la propriété dans le système des ‘choses’ (res) en droit romain: actualités doctrinales

    14.00 - 15.30 cont.

    Beata J. Kowalczyk (University of Gdańsk)

    The Concept of Preventive Protection in Roman Law and its Adaptation in European Legal Systems

    Linda Zollschan