МОРЕ И ПРАВО. НЯКОИ БЕЛЕЖКИ
Author(s): Mario Fiorentini
SEA AND LAW. FEW REMARKS
Subject(s): Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence, History of Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Civil Law, International Law, Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, Law and Transitional Justice, Law on Economics, Canon Law / Church Law, Philosophy of Law, EU-Legislation, Sociology of Law, Maritime Law, Commercial Law, Court case, Sharia Law, Comparative Law, Administrative Law, Labour and Social Security Law, Roman law
Published by: Софийски университет »Св. Климент Охридски«
Keywords: Plautus; sea; res communes omnium; res publicae iuris gentium; buildings in mare.
Summary/Abstract: The analysis of the legal sources of the second and third centuries AD, aims to highlight the fact thatthe inclusion of the sea among the res communes omnium, and the same this category developed by Marcian are not so much the mature fruit of the discussions developed among the imperial jurists but, on the contrary, an attempt to build a special category within the res publicae, open to anyone regardless of Roman citizenship, which, however, when it was created by Marcian, would need further reflection. However, such an in-depth study was not possible due to the lack of scientific activity of the jurists after Gordian III. A close analysis of the scene of Plautus’ Rudens is also carried out, in order to attempt a correct framing of the discussion on the historical process that involved the definition of the sea as res communis omnium.
- Issue Year: 2021
- Issue No: 2
- Page Range: 21-36
- Page Count: 16
- Language: Bulgarian