Bibliography of Volterra  Publications

 

This page lists publications related to the Projet Volterra.

Hartwin Brandt
‘ “All the king’s horses”: imperial legislation concerning the collatio equorum in Late Antiquity’, Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies 49 (2006) pp. 221-230 [paper delivered at the Volterra Colloquium I.3, March 2004]

Simon Corcoran
‘The sins of the fathers: a neglected constitution of Diocletian on incest’, Journal of Legal History 21.2 (2000) pp. 1-34 [revised version of a paper delivered at the Volterra Colloquium I.2, November 1997]
‘A fragment of a tetrarchic constitution from Crete’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 133 (2000) pp. 251-255 [= AE 2001.2061; re-edition of Inscriptiones Creticae II 16.34]
‘A tetrarchic inscription from Corcyra and the Edictum de Accusationibus’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 141 (2002) pp. 221-230 [= AE 2002.1302; re-edition of CIL III 578]
‘The donation and will of Vincent of Huesca: Latin text and English translation’, Antiquité Tardive 11 (2003) pp. 215-221
‘The publication of law in the era of the tetrarchs: Diocletian, Galerius, Gregorius, Hermogenian’, in A. Demandt, A. Goltz, and H. Schlange-Schöningen (eds.), Diokletian und die Tetrarchie: Aspekte einer Zeitenwende (Millennium-Studien 1; Berlin/New York, 2004) pp. 56-73 [paper from the International Diocletian Symposium, Split, April 2003]
‘The Tetrarchy: policy and image as reflected in imperial pronouncements’, in D. Boschung and W. Eck (eds.), Die Tetrarchie: Ein neues Regierungssystem und seine mediale Präsentation (ZAKMIRA Schriften 3; Wiesbaden, 2006) pp. 31-61 [paper from the Tetrarchy Colloquium, Cologne, February 2004]
‘An introduction to the Projet Volterra, Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies 49 (2006) [pub. 2007] pp. 215-219
‘Galerius, Maximinus and the titulature of the Third Tetrarchy’, Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies 49 (2006) [pub. 2007] pp. 231-240 [based on a presentation at the Volterra Colloquium I.3, March 2004; reported at AE 2006.33]
‘Two tales, two cities: Antinoopolis and Nottingham’, in J. Drinkwater and R.W.B. Salway (eds.), Wolf Liebeschuetz Reflected: Essays Presented by Colleagues, Friends and Students (Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies supplement 91; London, 2007) pp. 193-209 [includes re-edition of PSI XIII 1346, identified as Justinian, Novel 62 = Authenticum 64]
‘Galerius’s jigsaw puzzle: the Caesariani dossier’, Antiquité Tardive 15 (2007) pp. 221-250 [reported at AE 2007.43]
‘The heading of Diocletian's Prices Edict at Stratonicea’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 166 (2008) pp. 295-302 [= AE 2008.1396]
‘Justinian and his two codes: revisiting P. Oxy. 1814’, Journal of Juristic Papyrology 38 (2008) [publ. 2009] pp. 73-111
‘New subscripts for old rescripts: the Vallicelliana fragments of Justinian Code Book VII’, Zeitschrift der Savigny Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte: romanistische Abteilung 126 (2009) pp. 401-422
‘After Krüger: observations on some additional or revised Justinian Code headings and subscripts’, Zeitschrift der Savigny Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte: romanistische Abteilung 126 (2009) pp. 423-439
‘Anastasius, Justinian and the pagans: a tale of two law codes and a papyrus’, Journal of Late Antiquity 2 (2009) pp. 183-208
Review of S. Crogiez-Pétrequin, P. Jaillette and J-M. Poinsotte, ed./trans., Codex Theodosianus: Le code Théodosien V, in Roman Legal Tradition 5 (2009) pp. 67-74
‘Murison and Theophilus’, Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies 53/2 (2010) pp. 85-124
'The Novus Codex and the Codex Repetitae Praelectionis: Justinian and his codes', in S. Benoist, A. Daguet-Gagey, and C. Hoët-van Cauwenberghe (eds.), Figures d’empire, fragments de mémoire: pouvoirs et identités dans le monde romain impérial (IIe s. av. n. è.–VIe s. ap. n. è.) (Lille, 2011) pp. 425-444 [paper from a colloquium held at Lille, December 2008]
'Softly and suddenly vanished away: the Junian Latins from Caracalla to the Carolingians', in K. Muscheler (ed.), Römische Jurisprudenz - Dogmatik, Überlieferung, Rezeption. Festschrift für Detlef Liebs zum 75. Geburtstag (Freiburger Rechtsgeschichtliche Abhandlungen n.F. 63; Berlin, 2011) pp. 129-152
Review of J.H.A. Lokin et al. (eds.) and A.F. Murison (trans.), Theophili Antecessoris Paraphrasis Institutionum and J.H.A. Lokin (T. van Bochove, ed.), Analecta Groningana ad ius graeco-romanum pertinentia, in Journal of Roman Studies 101 (2011) pp. 338-340
'Observations on the Sasanian Law-Book in the light of Roman legal writing’, in A. Rio (ed.), Law, Custom, and Justice in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages. Proceedings of the 2008 Byzantine Colloquium (Centre for Hellenic Studies Occasional Publications; London, 2011) pp. 77-113 [paper from the Annual Byzantine Colloquium held at the Senate House, London, June 2008]
‘Emperors and Caesariani inside and outside the Code ’, in S. Crogiez-Pétrequin and P. Jaillette (eds.), Société, économie et administration dans le Code Théodosien (Lille, forthcoming) pp. 357-379 [paper from the XXIX Colloque International de Halma: Code Théodosien 2, Lille, December. 2005]
‘The Lectio legum and the transmission of legal texts in early mediaeval Italy’, Roman Legal Tradition (forthcoming)

Simon Corcoran and Benet Salway
‘Le Projet Volterra: Une approche moderne des codifications anciennes’, Revue internationale des droits de l’antiquité 46 (1999) pp. 580-581 [abstract of the presentation made at the 53rd SIHDA Conference, Exeter, September 1999]
‘A lost law-code rediscovered? The Fragmenta Londiniensia Anteiustiniana’, Zeitschrift der Savigny Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte: romanistische Abteilung 127 (2010) pp. 677-678
‘A newly identified Greek fragment of the Testamentum Domini, Journal of Theological Studies n.s. 62 (2011) pp. 118-135
‘Fragmenta Londiniensia Anteiustiniana: preliminary observations’, Roman Legal Tradition (forthcoming)

Michael Crawford
‘Greek and Roman juridical epigraphy’, in M. Christol and O. Masson (eds.), Actes du Xe Congrès International d’Épigraphie Grecque et Latine, Nîmes, 4-9 octobre 1992 (Paris, 1997) pp. 475-480
‘Discovery, autopsy and progress: Diocletian’s jigsaw puzzles’, in T.P. Wiseman, (ed.), Classics in Progress: Essays on Ancient Greece and Rome (Oxford, 2002) pp. 145-163.
‘William Sherard and the Prices Edict’, Revue numismatique 159 (2003) pp. 83-107
‘Transhumance in Italy: its history and historians', in W.V. Harris and E. Lo Cascio (eds.), Noctes Campanae: Studi di storia antica ed archeologia dell'Italia preromana e romana in memoria di Martin W. Frederikson (Naples, 2005) pp. 159-179
'From Ionia to the Twelve Tables', in K. Muscheler (ed.), Römische Jurisprudenz - Dogmatik, Überlieferung, Rezeption. Festschrift für Detlef Liebs zum 75. Geburtstag (Duncker & Humblot; Berlin, 2011) pp. 153-159

Michael Crawford, Simon Corcoran and Benet Salway
‘Projet Volterra’, Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte: romanistische Abteilung 117 (2000) pp. 848-849

Caroline Humfress
‘Cracking the Codex: Late Roman legal practice in context’, Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies 49 (2006) pp. 241-254 [paper delivered at the Volterra Colloquium I.3, March 2004]

Wolfgang Kaiser
‘Project Volterra II (Law and the End of Empire), Colloquium 2: Authorities and Subjects and Manuals and Jurisprudence, London, UC, 15.-16. September 2008’, Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte: romanistische Abteilung 126 (2009) pp. 682-683 [brief report on Volterra Colloquium II.2]

Benet Salway
‘The praetorian prefecture of Africa under Constantine: a phantom?’ in M. Mayer i Olivé, G. Baratta and A. Guzmán Almagro, (eds.), XII Congressus Internationalis Epigraphiae Graecae et Latinae: Provinciae Imperii Romani inscriptionibus descriptae: Barcelona, 3-8 Septembris 2002 (Monografies de la Secció Històrico-Arqueològica 10; Barcelona, 2007) pp. 1281-1286
‘Constantine Augoustos not Sebastos’, in J.F. Drinkwater and R.W.B. Salway (eds.), Wolf Liebeschuetz Reflected: Essays Presented by Colleagues, Friends, and Pupils (Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies supplement 91; London, 2007) pp. 37-50
‘Roman consuls, imperial politics, and Egyptian papyri: the consulates of 325 and 344 CE’, Journal of Late Antiquity 1 (2008) pp. 278-310
Review of L. Atzeri, Gesta senatus Romani de Theodosiano publicando: Il Codice Teodosiano e la sua diffusione ufficiale in Occidente, in The Edinburgh Law Review 14 (2010) pp. 172-173
‘MANCIPIVM RVSTICVM SIVE VRBANVM: the slave chapter of Diocletian’s Edict on Maximum Prices’, in U. Roth (ed.), By the Sweat of Your Brow: Roman Slavery in its Socio-Economic Setting (Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies supplement 109; London, 2010) pp. 1-20
‘Word and deeds: Julian in the epigraphic record’ in N. Baker-Brian and S. Tougher (eds.), The Writings of the Emperor Julian (Swansea, forthcoming) pp. 137-158
‘The publication of the Theodosian Code and transmission of its text: some observations’, in S. Crogiez-Pétrequin and P. Jaillette (eds.), Société, économie et administration dans le Code Théodosien (Lille, forthcoming) pp. 1-46 [revised version of the paper from the XXIX Colloque International de Halma: Code Théodosien 2, Lille, December 2005, incorporating also material from the paper delivered at the Volterra Colloquium II.2]

Timothy Stinson
‘Panel Report: Legal Manuscript Studies in the Digital Age’, Digital Proceedings of the Lawrence J. Schoenberg Symposium on Manuscript Studies in the Digital Age 2/1 (2010) Article 6 [report on the panel discussion in which Simon Corcoran represented Projet Volterra, Philadelphia, Oct. 2009]

Bernard Stolte
‘The use of Greek in the Theodosian Code’, in A.J.B. Sirks (ed.), Aspects of Law in Late Antiquity (Oxford, 2008) pp. 77-94 and in Subseciva Groningana VIII (Groningen, 2009) pp. 147-159 [paper delivered at the Volterra Colloquium II.1, September 2007]

 


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