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Author: Robert I. Burns S.J.,Samuel Parsons Scott
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Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press (November 16, 2000)
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Las Siete Partidas, vol. 2 (Middle Ages Series) by Robert I. Burns S.J.,Samuel Parsons Scott



Family, Commerce, and the Sea, Volume 4: The Worlds of Women and Merchants (Partidas IV and V). Underworlds, Volume 5: The Dead, the Criminal, and the Marginalized (Partidas VI and VII).

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Las Siete Partidas, or Seven Divisions, is the major law code of thirteenth-century Spain, compiled by Alfonso X the Learned of Castile. Seven centuries later, this compendium of legal and customary information remains the foundation of modern Spanish law. In addition, its influence is notable in the law of Spain's former colonies, including Texas, California, and Louisiana. provides critical historical material in a new general Introduction and extensive introductions to each Partida. Jerry Craddock of the University of California, Berkeley, provides updated bibliographical notes, and Joseph O'Callaghan of Fordham University contributes a section on law in Alfonso's time.

Las Siete Partidas (translation and notes by Samuel Parsons Scott, 1931). University of Pennsylvania Press (1989); Joseph F. O'Callaghan (1999). The Cortes of Castile-León; Chapt 9, The Cortes and the Government of the Realm. Retrieved May 21, 2006. Scott, Samuel Parsons (trans. ; Charles Summer Lobingier (1991). Siete Partidas (Spanish Law Code). Ann Arbor, Michigan: University Microfilms International. Arias Bonet, Juan Antonio: "La primera Partida y el problema de sus diferentes versiones a la luz del manuscrito del British Museum", en Alfonso X el Sabio: Primera Partida según el manuscrito Add. 2. 87 del British Museum.

Parsons, Samuel, trans. and Robert Burns, . ed. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2001. The ongoing relevance of the text to modern law led to its translation into English by Samuel Parsons Scott in 1931, for use as a legal reference source, but over time the book became difficult to find.

International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 9780812208559. System Control Number: (OCoLC)843076412. Description based on print version record. Uniform Title: Siete partidas. Genre/Form: Electronic books. Personal Name: Alfonso X,, King of Castile and Leon, 1221-1284. Personal Name: Burns, Robert Ignatius.

Are you sure you want to remove Las Siete Partidas, vol. 4 (Middle Ages Series) from your list? Las Siete Partidas, vol. 4 (Middle Ages Series). Published November 2000 by University of Pennsylvania Press.

Volume 1: The Medieval Church. The World of Clerics and Laymen Volume 2: Medieval Government The World of Kings and Warriors. Volume 3: Medieval Law Lawyers and Their Work Volume 4: Family, Commerce, and the Sea The Worlds of Women and Merchants Volume 5: Underworlds The Dead, the Criminal, and the Marginalized. Unauthenticated Download Date 3/2/19 1:47 AM. Las siete partidas. Volume 4: family, commerce, and the sea. The Worlds of Women and Merchants Thanslated by Samuel Parsons Scott. p. cm. - (The Middle Ages series). Includes bibliographical references and index. Contents: v. 1. The medieval church - v. Medieval government - v. 3. Medieval law - v. 4. Family

Las Siete Partidas, or Seven Divisions, is the major law code of thirteenth-century Spain, compiled by Alfonso X the Learned of Castile.

Las Siete Partidas, or Seven Divisions, is the major law code of thirteenth-century Spain, compiled by Alfonso X the Learned of Castile. Seven centuries later, this compendium of legal and customary information remains the foundation of modern Spanish law. In addition, its influence is notable in the law of Spain's former colonies, including Texas, California, and Louisiana. The work's extraordinary scope offers unparalleled insight into the social, intellectual, and cultural history of medieval Spain. Built on the armature of a law code, it is in effect an encyclopedia of medieval life.

Long out of print, the English translation of Las Siete Partidas—first commissioned in 1931 by the American Bar Association—returns in a superior new edition. Editor and distinguished medieval historian Robert I. Burns, S.J., provides critical historical material in a new general Introduction and extensive introductions to each Partida. Jerry Craddock of the University of California, Berkeley, provides updated bibliographical notes, and Joseph O'Callaghan of Fordham University contributes a section on law in Alfonso's time.

Las Siete Partidas is presented in five volumes, each available separately:

The Medieval Church, Volume 1: The World of Clerics and Laymen (Partida I)

Medieval Government, Volume 2: The World of Kings and Warriors (Partida II)

The Medieval World of Law, Volume 3: Lawyers and Their Work (Partida III)

Family, Commerce, and the Sea, Volume 4: The Worlds of Women and Merchants (Partidas IV and V)

Underworlds, Volume 5: The Dead, the Criminal, and the Marginalized (Partidas VI and VII)