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Jews in Early Christian Law – Byzantium and the Latin West, 6th-11th centuries

March 12, 2014

Axe 3 : DYNAMIQUE DES ALTERITES : REPRESENTATIONS ET GOUVERNEMENT DES GROUPES CULTURELS ET RELIGIEUX

J. Tolan, Professeur d’histoire médiévale au CRHIA – Nantes et coordinateur de l’ERC RELMIN, vient de publier avec N. de Lange, L. Foschiaet C. Nemo-Pekelman le second ouvrage du projet :

Jews in Early Christian Law – Byzantium and the Latin West, 6th-11th centuries.

Il contient les actes de la conférence de Fontevraud en 2011 "Les juifs dans les droits ecclésiastique, romano-barbare et byzantin (VI-XIème siècles) : évolutions, ruptures, adaptations" et réunit des contributions de Ralph Mathisen, Céline Martin, David Freidenreich, Bruno Judic, Jessie Sherwood, Philippe Depreux, Capucine Nemo-Pekelman, Alexander Panayotov, Albert Bat-Sheva, Raul Gonzales-Salinero, Johannes Heil, Paul Magdalino, Rachel Stocking, Maria Jesus Fuente, Oscar Prieto Dominguez et Amnon Linder. 

Résumé

The sixth to eleventh centuries are a crucial formative period for Jewish communities in Byzantium and Latin Europe: this is also a period for which sources are scarce and about which historians have often had to speculate on the basis of scant evidence. The legal sources studied in this volume provide a relative wealth of textual material concerning Jews, and for certain areas and periods are the principal sources. While this makes them particularly valuable, it also makes their interpretation difficult, given the lack of corroborative sources...Pour en savoir plus


Lieu : Turnhout (Belgique)
Partenaire : Editions Brepols
Contact : John Tolan : john.tolan@univ-nantes.fr