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    International Law in Antiquity / Международное право во времена античности
    Год: 2001
    Автор: David J. Bederman / Дэвид Бедерман
    Жанр: Международное право
    Издательство: Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 0521791979
    Серия: Cambridge Studies in International and Comparative Law
    Язык: Английский
    Формат: PDF
    Качество: Изначально компьютерное (eBook)
    Интерактивное оглавление: Нет
    Количество страниц: 344
    Описание: This study of the origins of international law combines techniques of intellectual history and historiography to investigate the earliest developments of the law of nations. Containing up-to-date literature and archaeological evidence, it reevaluates the critical attributes of international law. David J. Bederman focuses on three essential areas in which law influenced ancient state relations--diplomacy, treaty-making and warfare--in a detailed analysis of the Near East (2800-700 BCE), the Greek city-states (500-338 BCE), and Rome (358-168 BCE). A fascinating study for lawyers, ancient historians and classicists alike.
    Исследование зарождения и развития международного права в древние времена. Автор фокусирует внимание на трех основных сферах права, в которых закон особо повлиял на древние государственные отношения - это дипломатия, заключение договоров, и способы ведения войны. Временной период исследования - Ближний Восток (2800-700 до н.э.), греческие города-государства (500- 338 до н.э.) и Рим (358-168 до н.э.).

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    Acknowledgments page xi
    List of abbreviations xiii
    Maps xiv
    1 A methodological introduction: this study and its
    limitations 1
    Times and places 2
    Comparison and relativism 4
    Sources, process, and doctrines 6
    Texts and sources 8
    The modern critique of ancient international law 11
    2 State relations in ancient civilizations 16
    The concepts of State and State system and their relevance to antiquity 16
    The ancient Near East: Mesopotamia, Syria, and Egypt 21
    Sumer and Mesopotamia 22
    The great Near Eastern empires, 1400–1150 BCE 24
    Syria and Palestine, 966–700 BCE 28
    The Greek city-States, 500–338 BCE 31
    Rome and its competitors, 358–168 BCE 41
    3 Religion and the sources of a law of nations in antiquity 48
    The metaphysics of ancient international law 51
    Good faith and breaking faith 51
    Four fragments 54
    Religion 59
    Nationalism and universalism 59
    Making and breaking oaths 61
    Ritual and custom 73
    Reason and rhetoric 79
    Conclusion 85
    4 Making friends: diplomats and foreign visitors in ancient
    times 88
    The reception and protection of diplomats and embassies 88
    Some general concepts 88
    The formalities of diplomacy 95
    Privileges and immunities of diplomats 106
    The status and protection of alien visitors 120
    Agreements: xenoi, asylia, isopoliteia, and symbola 124
    The proxenia institution 130
    Western Mediterranean analogues 134
    Ritualized friendship in an ancient law of nations 135
    5 Making faith: treaty practices amongst ancient peoples 137
    Beginnings of the ancient treaty tradition in the Near East 137
    General suppositions and the earliest texts 137
    The Babylonians, Hittites, and Assyrians 141
    The Egyptians and the treaty with the Hittites of 1280 BCE 146
    Ancient Israelite practice 150
    The Greek city-States 154
    Terminology and types of treaties 154
    The nature of Greek treaty-making 171
    Western Mediterranean departures in treaty-making 183
    Patterns of treaty-making by Western Mediterranean
    cultures 183
    Formalities and enforcement of Roman treaties 194
    Ancient treaty-making: enforcement, sophistication,
    tradition, and universality 202
    6 Making war: the commencement and conduct of
    hostilities in ancient times 207
    Declarations of war 208
    Justifications for commencing hostilities 208
    The rituals for starting a war and the legal
    consequences of an outbreak of hostilities 227
    Laws of war 242
    Restraint in warfare 242
    Immunities in warfare 249
    After the war 260
    Managing conflict in antiquity 263
    7 Civilization and community in the ancient mind 267
    Topical bibliography 281
    Index 303
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