CONF: Codex Gregorianus workshop/Projet Volterra colloquium 3 (9-10 July 2010)

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Projet Volterra II: Law and the End of Empire
( http://www.ucl.ac.uk/history2/volterra )

Colloquium 3: The Imprint of Roman law in Lombard and Carolingian Italy / Public Workshop on The Codex Gregorianus
9-10 July 2010

Rooms 1.01-1.02, 23 Gordon Square, History Department, University College London ( http://www.ucl.ac.uk/maps/ )

*Open to all – free of charge*

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Programme

Friday 9 July

Session 1
11.00: Welcome and opening remarks (Benet Salway)
11.30: Dr Peter Sarris, "A conflict of laws in seventh-century Italy? Grimoald, Justinian, and the afterlife of the colonate"

12.45-14.00: buffet lunch

Session 2
14.00: Dr Simon Corcoran, "The Byzantines in the South: code and charter in imperial southern Italy"
15.15: Prof. Michael Crawford, "Monte Cassino and Roman law: the evidence of Paul the Deacon"

15.40: tea break

Session 3
16.00: Prof. Luca Loschiavo, "L’Editto di Rotari. Fra consuetudini ancestrali germaniche e tradizioni romanistiche: vecchi problemi e nuove discussioni"
17.15: Dr Magnus Ryan, [on Lombard and Roman law – title to be confirmed]

18.30: drinks reception

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