Università degli Studi di Napoli "Parthenope"

Teaching schedule

Academic year: 
2016/2017
Belonging course: 
Course of 5-year Single Cycle Master's Degree Programme on GIURISPRUDENZA
Disciplinary sector: 
ROMAN AND ANCIENT LAW (IUS/18)
Credits: 
9
Year of study: 
1
Teachers: 
Prof. DOVERE Elio
Cycle: 
First Semester
Hours of front activity: 
72

Language

Italian

Course description

The acquisition of an initial legal lexicon and,
together, the ability
to use basic conceptual
legal categories useful to the pursuit of the
study of the disciplines of jusprivation and
publicity.

Prerequisites

A decent culture
basic schooling

Syllabus

the sources of Roman law in their historical occurrence; the private process; the negotiation deeds; people and family; real rights and possession; the bonds; donations; successions.

he reconstruction of the Roman legal
order through the study of private and public law of the centuries from VIII century BC
To
VI
d.C. (50 hours).
The exegetical examination of legal texts and not of the sec. V d.C. Aimed at the
unde
rstanding of typical late
-age ordinance problems (22 hours).

Teaching Methods

Traditional frontal lessons; exercises on sources; guided tours outside; film screenings and debates.

Textbooks

E. CANTARELLA,
Istituzioni di diritto ro
mano
, Milano 2015 (Mondadori) [pp. 364],
or
M. MARRONE,
Manuale di diritto privato romano
, Torino 2004
(Giappichelli);
M. TALAMANCA,
Elementi di diritto privato romano
, curr. L. Capogrossi Colognesi
-
G. Finazzi, Milano
2013
(Giuffrè), II ed. aggiorn.

E. DOVERE,
Il secolo breve del Teodosiano. Ordinamento e pratica di governo nel V secolo
, Prefazione di
G.
Nicosia
, Bari 201
6
(Cacucci)
[pp. 200]

Learning assessment

A traditional exam / interview, lasting approx.
10/15 minutes, with final vote in thirty
-
five.
The subject
of the exam is the verification,
based on questions posed with reference to
the contents of the recommended textbooks,
of
the
acquired
perception:
A] of the meaning of a legal order,
B]
of
the
'sense'
of
legal
history,
C] of the need for textual exegesis.

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