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The Resource Family, commerce, and the sea : the worlds of women and merchants, translated by Samuel Parsons Scott ; edited by Robert I. Burns

Family, commerce, and the sea : the worlds of women and merchants, translated by Samuel Parsons Scott ; edited by Robert I. Burns

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Family, commerce, and the sea : the worlds of women and merchants
Title
Family, commerce, and the sea
Title remainder
the worlds of women and merchants
Statement of responsibility
translated by Samuel Parsons Scott ; edited by Robert I. Burns
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Language
eng
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E7B
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non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
  • Middle Ages series
  • Siete partidas
Series volume
v. 4
Family, commerce, and the sea : the worlds of women and merchants, translated by Samuel Parsons Scott ; edited by Robert I. Burns
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Family, commerce, and the sea : the worlds of women and merchants, translated by Samuel Parsons Scott ; edited by Robert I. Burns
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt3fj4pz
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Contents
  • LAS SIETE PARTIDAS; THE MIDDLE AGES SERIES; Title; Copyright; CONTENTS; Introduction to the Fourth Partida; The Marriage Revolution; Marriage Ceremonies; Women in Life and Law; Women's Work; The Autonomous Spouse; Betrothal Versus Marriage; Wedlock Problems; Impediments: Consanguinity, Affinity; Dowry and Dower; Concubines, Illegitimate Children, Adoption; Raising Children; Slaves: A Slavery Code; Vassals: Feudal Law; Friends: The Noblest Relationship; Suggestions for Reading; Introduction to the Fifth Partida; The Commercial Revolution; Mercantile Law: Old and New; Alfonso's Contents
  • Merchant Law, Maritime LawPurchase/Sale, Contracts; Usury Versus Interest; Perspectives; Suggestions for Reading; Partidas IV and V: Analytical Table of Contents; Partida IV: Text in Translation; Partida V: Text in Translation; FOURTH PARTIDA: DOMESTIC RELATIONS, ETC.; Title I: Betrothals; Law I: Definition and Etymology; Law II: Kinds; Law III: By Words of the Present Tense; Law IV: Same; Distinguished from Marriage; Law V: Sacraments of Marriage; Law VI: Age of Betrothed; Law VII: Enforcement of Betrothal; Law VIII: Annulment and Prevention
  • Law IX: Consequences of Betrothal to More Than One PersonLaw X: Daughter Must be Present and Consent When Betrothed by Parent; Law XI: Choice of Daughters Where Several Are Promised; Law XII: Effect of Betrothal as Regards Marriage; Title II: Marriage; Law I: Defined; Law II: Etymology; Law III: Benefits and Advantages; Law IV: Origin and Purpose; Law V: Requisites; Law VI: Capacity; Law VII: Consequences and Duration; Law VIII: Accusation of Infidelity; Effect; Law IX: Effect of Marital Relation; Law X: Impediments to Marriage; Law XI: Same; Servitude and Vows of Celibacy; Law XII: Same
  • Consanguinity and AffinityLaw XIII: Same; Incestuous Relations; Law XIV: Same; Crimes of Violence; Law XV: Same; Religious, Differences, Force, or Fear; Law XVI: Same; Holy Orders or Impotence; Law XVII: Miscellaneous Impediments; Law XVIII: Ecclesiastical Prohibitions; Law XIX: Effect of Adultery; Title III: Clandestine Betrothals and Marriages; Law I: Definition; Law II: Not an Impediment to Open Marriage; Law III: Punishment for; Law IV: Priest's Failure to Prevent Prohibited Marriage; Penalty; Law V: Punishment for Clandestine Marriage; Title IV: Conditional Betrothals and Marriages
  • Law I: NatureLaw II: Kinds of Conditions; Law III: Effect of Conditions; Law IV: Permissible Conditions; Law V: Invalid Conditions; Law VI: Impossible Conditions; Title V: Slave Marriages; Law I: When Permitted; Law II: Cannot Impair Master's Rights; Law III: Effect of One Party's Ignorance of Other's Servitude; Law IV: Same; Title VI: Consanguinity and Affinity; Law I: Nature of Consanguinity; Law II: Lines of Consanguinity and Affinity; Law III: Degrees of Consanguinity; Law IV: Same; Computation; Law V: Affinity and Its Effects; Law VI: Same; as Regards Moors and Jews
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