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About Death Penalty. Reflections on Legal History : From the Code of Hammurabi and Sumerian Precursors up to Gemanic Law, the Roman Empire and the Middle Ages.

Author: Volker Krey
Publisher: Stuttgart : Kohlhammer Verlag, 2019.
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Krey, Volker.
About Death Penalty. Reflections on Legal History : From the Code of Hammurabi and Sumerian Precursors up to Gemanic Law, the Roman Empire and the Middle Ages.
Stuttgart : Kohlhammer Verlag, ©2019
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Volker Krey
ISBN: 9783170367845 3170367846
OCLC Number: 1096227505
Notes: 3. Beginning of bloodthirsty Witch Trials
Description: 1 online resource (47 pages)
Contents: Cover; Titlepage; Impressum; Table of Contents; Introduction; Chapter One: The Code of Hammurabi and Sumerian Precursors; I. The most Important Sumerian Precursor: Code of Ur-Nammu; 1. General Overview; 2. Crimes threatened with the Death Penalty; 3. Contrast to the Code of Hammurabi; 4. A brief Summary; II. Code of Hammurabi; 1. General Overview; 2. Crimes threatened with the Death Penalty; 3. Capital Punishment, aggravated in a cruel manner; 4. Further Cruelties: Corporal Punishment; 5. Reasons for the Cruelty of Hammurabi's Code; Chapter Two: Germanic Law and Roman Law; III. Germanic Law 1. General Characterization of the Germanic Law2. Predominance of Private Criminal Law: Criminal Law as a Private Matter; 3. Beginning of Public Criminal Law; IV. Roman Law; 1. Roman Republic; a) Private Criminal Law and the Law of the Twelve Tables; b) coercitio; c) tresviri capitales; d) leges iudiciorum publicorum; e) leges iudiciorum publicorum: no Enactment of the Principle "nulla poena sine lege"; f) Conclusion; 2. Roman Imperial Era; 3. Outlook; Chapter Three: The Early Middle Ages; V. Beginning and End of this Era; VI. Extent and Importance of the Frankish Empire VII. Legal Sources and Nature of the Frankish Law1. Legal Sources; 2. The very Nature of the Frankish Law; VIII. About the Criminal Law of the Frankish Kingdom; 1. Frankish Criminal Law in its core being Private Criminal Law; 2. Elements of Public Criminal Law within the Law of the Frankish Kingdom; 3. Implications for the Nature of the Early Middle Ages; Chapter Four: The High Middle Ages; IX. The Beginning and End of the High Middle Ages. Delimitation between this Era and the Late Middle Ages as well as the Early Modern Age; 1. The Beginning of the High Middle Ages 2. The End of the High Middle Ages: An Overview of this Problem3. The Author's Position on the Delimitation of the High Middle Ages; X. General Assessment of the High Middle Ages; 1. Continuing Predominance of Private Criminal Law; 2. The "Gottesfrieden" (Peace and Truce of God) and "Landfrieden" (Public Peace) as Instruments to restrict Feuds; XI. First Steps towards Public Criminal Law including Death Penalty; 1. Threat of Punishment for Cases of breaking the Ban of Violence laid down in applicable "Landfrieden." 2. Heresy Trials: Role Model for Public Criminal Law with Burning and Torturing not until the Late Middle Ages3. The Rise of Cities with autonomous Town Statutes: No Development of Criminal Law striking Life and Limb associated with Torture during the High Middle Ages; Chapter Five: A brief Outlook for the Late Middle Ages; XII. Beginning and gradual Increase of the cruel "Inqisitionsprozess" ex officio characterized by Torture and Death Penalty during the Late Middle Ages; 1. The Role of the Church; 2. The Role of northern Italian cities and German ones

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