Moneta e cultura giuridica : Un brocardo di Azzone nella costruzione del diritto pecuniario medievale
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This paper gives an account of the medieval legal theories on coinage and money in the Glossators’ era, and especially of the role played by a brocard of the jurist Azo (12th-13th century) in the elaboration of this theories. The matter is not unknown to the scholarship, but the scope of the legal contribution to a monetary thought has been underestimated so far. This article seeks to re-evaluate the Glossators’ contribution on coinage starting from the textual reconstruction and the edition of Azo’s brocard, then stressing its importance to the developing of a legal monetary thought.
De Concilio , D 2019 , ' Moneta e cultura giuridica : Un brocardo di Azzone nella costruzione del diritto pecuniario medievale ' , Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis , vol. 87 , no. 4 , pp. 384-426 . https://doi.org/10.1163/15718190-00870A07
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