Women and the Law in the Roman Empire: A Sourcebook on Marriage, Divorce and Widowhood

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ABBREVIATIONS

Legal texts

Cod. Just.

CorpusIuris Civilis, ii. CodexIustinianus,ed.P. Krueger (Zurich: Weidmann, 14th edn., 1967)

Cod. Theod.

Theodosiani Libri XVI cum Constitutionibus Sirmondianis et Leges Novellae ad Theodosianum Pertinentes, ed. Th. Mommsen and P. Meyer (Berlin: Weidmann, 1904)

D.

The Digest of Justinian, Latin text, ed. Th. Mommsen (Berlin: Weidmann, 1868); repr. with English trans., ed. A. Watson (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1985)

FIRA

Fontes Iuris Romani Antejustiniani (Florence: Barbera, 2nd edn); I. Leges, ed. S. Riccobono (1968); II. Auctores, ed. J. Baviera (1968); III. Negotia, ed. V. Arangio-Ruiz (1969)

Frag. Vat.

Fragmenta Vaticana, in FIRA II, 463-540

Rules of Ulpian

Regulae Ulpiani (Tituli ex corpore Ulpiani), in FIRA II, 261-301

Sent. Pauli

Sententiae Pauli, in FIRA II, 319-417


Epigraphic and papyrological collections

BL

Berichtigungsliste der Griechischen Papyruskunden aus Aegypten

CIL

Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum, ed. Th. Mommsen

CPL

Corpus Papyrorum Latinarum, ed. R. Cavenaile (Wiesbaden, 1958)

ILS

Inscriptiones Latinae Selectae, ed. H. Dessau (Berlin, 1892)

M. Chr.

Grundzüge und Chrestomathie der Papyruskunde II. Juristischer Teil, L. Mitteis and U. Wilcken, (Leipzig and Berlin, 1912)

P. Oxy.

The Oxyrhynchus Papyri, Egypt Exploration Society (London)

SB

Sammelbuch Griechischer Urkunden aus Aegypten

Complete references for the abbreviations of papyrus collections not listed here can be found in the Checklist of Editions of Greek and Latin Papyri, Ostraca

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface xi
  • Abbreviations xv
  • Glossary of Latin Legal Terms xvii
  • Acknowledgements xxiii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - The Status of Women in Roman Law 16
  • 2 - Marriage in Roman Law and Society 81
  • 3 - Prohibited and Non-Legal Unions 136
  • 4 - Divorce and Its Consequences 187
  • 5 - Widows and Their Children 219
  • Summation the Condition of Women: Rights and Restrictions 270
  • Bibliography 327
  • Index of Sources 337
  • General Index 343
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