On Wednesday, April 4 at 1:00 p.m., we will hold the ninth round of the legal history seminars of Roma Tre. Enrico Artifoni (University of Turin) and Pietro Costa (University of Florence) will present Cittadinanze medievali. Dinamiche di appartenenza a un corpo comunitario (Medieval Citizenships. Dynamics of belonging to a community body) edited by Sara Menzinger Introduction to the book DOWNLOAD PDF POSTER read more →

On Wednesday Mach 7 at 01 pm, we will hold the eight round of our Legal History Seminars. Prof. Emanuele Conte and Prof. Sara Menzinger will coordinate the roundtable on Consonance, Divergence and Transformation in Western Europe from the late eleventh to the thirteenth century with Andrew Cecchinato, Will Eves, Attilio Stella e Sarah White (University of St Andrews). The roundtable is.. read more →

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On Wednesday, February 7 at 1:30 p.m., we will hold the eight round of the legal history seminars of Roma Tre. Maria Rosa Di Simone will introduce the meeting with her “Reflections and notes from a research on the crimen magiae” TEXTS BIBLIOGRAPHY read more →

We gladly broadcast the program of the conference Non più satellite. Aspetti del rinnovamento della giuscommercialistica tra Otto e Novecento that will take place on February 9 at the Senate’s Library read more →

Overview The work of Dario Internullo starts with the revision of the entire corpus of documentary papyri written in Italy between the fifth and the end of the eighth century. The papyri are part of a larger collection extending up to the 11th century (overview). Documents were mainly stored in the Archiepiscopal Archives of Ravenna.. read more →

On Wednesday, January 10 at 1:30 p.m., we will hold the seventh round of the legal history seminars of Roma Tre. Dario Internullo will introduce the meeting with a study Around the corpus of early medieval documents: typologies, texts, contexts ABSTRACT AND SYNOPSIS (PDF) Latin Documents Written on Papyrus in the Late Antique and Early Medieval West (5th-11th century): an Overview     read more →

On the occasion of the Seminar on December 6th, Dr. Flavia Mancini presented her doctoral research dedicated to the analysis of the Congregatio Boni Regiminis. The congregation – which was created in 1592 – has been among the most enduring institutions of the Papal State. In this sense its studying constitutes a privileged observatory of.. read more →

We are glad to announce the publication of Cittadinanze medievali Dinamiche di appartenenza a un corpo comunitario edited by Sara Menzinger FOR THE DETAILS read more →

On Wednesday, December 6 at 1:30 p.m., we will hold the sixth round of the legal history seminars of Roma Tre. Flavia Mancini will introduce the meeting with a study on Common properties and collective rights in Papal State: the role of the Sacra Congregatio Boni Regiminis (XVIII-XIX centuries) read more →