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4. The Commercial Law of the New Julfa Armenians

By Edmund Herzig

Abstract

For scholars researching pre-modern legal systems a common difficulty is that surviving sources give relatively rich information regarding legal theory and the codification of law, but that often there is a dearth of evidence when it comes to actual legal practice. This raises questions about how far the surviving sources – codices, lawbooks and works of jurisprudence – are normative or idealized constructions reflecting academic and elite perceptions of the law, and how far they reflect the ..

Topics: Arméniens, conditions économiques, routes commerciales, Asie, commerçants arméniens, Europe, commerce extérieur, période moderne, History, BUS023000, KCZ
Publisher: 'OpenEdition'
Year: 2018
DOI identifier: 10.4000/books.editionsmsh.11349
OAI identifier: oai:books.openedition.org:editionsmsh/11349
Provided by: OpenEdition
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