„Coram iudicio”. Studia z dziejów kultury prawnej w miastach późnośredniowiecznej Polski, red. Agnieszka Bartoszewicz, Wydawnictwo DiG, Warszawa 2013, 166 s.
„Coram iudicio”. Studies of Legal Culture in Towns in Late Medieval Poland, ed. Agnieszka Bartoszewicz, DiG Publishing House, Warszawa 2013, 166 p.
Subject(s): Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence, Essay|Book Review |Scientific Life, History of Law, Book-Review
Published by: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego
Summary/Abstract: „Coram iudicio”. Studies of Legal Culture in Towns in Late Medieval Poland, edited by Agnieszka Bartoszewicz is composed of four texts, the subject of which is the legal culture in Late Medieval Cracow, Lublin, and Warsaw. In his article entitled Ipsa civitas habundat furibus: Criminals and criminality in Late Medieval Cracow Maciej t. Radomski first presents the organizational structure of judicature in Cracow, then follows with a description of various criminals as individuals, (e.g. thieves, pickpockets, robbers, forgers, and rapists), reviewing their social backgrounds as well as their modus operandi. Krzysztof Mrozowski in his article Suburbanites of Old Warsaw in the latter Middle Ages (1500–1526) offers an insight into the structure of Warsaw’s suburbs. He characterizes the architecture of the places as well as the people who lived there. Miłosz Resztak in his text Studies on legal culture in the Lublin town chancellery’s activity in the Late Middle Ages analyses particular aspects of the city chancellery in Lublin. First, he focuses on status denotations in the examined book. Then he characterized the role of Polish-language words in the books of the records from Lublin. In Wojciech Patronowicz’s article Lublin citizens’ everyday life in the 1408–1532 wilkürs perspective the author presents the aspects of medieval city life regulated by the afore-mentioned wilkürs: administration, security, and trade and craftsmanship, as well as the organizational structure
- Issue Year: 7/2014
- Issue No: 3
- Page Range: 545-548
- Page Count: 4
- Language: Polish