Law and Society in the Ancient World

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Private Water Rights in Roman Italy
Cynthia Jordan Bannon

The first in-depth study of Roman water rights in Italy

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Private Water Rights in Roman Italy
Cynthia Jordan Bannon

The first in-depth study of Roman water rights in Italy

Format Publication year Price Status Purchasing option
Hardcover 2009 $93.00 Available Add Hardcover for "Gardens and Neighbors" to Cart
Ebook 2010 Available View Purchasing Options for Ebook, "Gardens and Neighbors"
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The study of law in ancient societies has a distinguished tradition in both Anglo-American and continental scholarship. Many of our fundamental ideas about ancient society were built on research into legal sources. These traditions continue to provide a foundation for newer approaches to law and society. More recent scholarship draws on a range of methodologies to analyze legal practices, including critical legal studies, sociology of law, economics, and literary criticism.

This series will seek out innovative approaches to ancient legal studies that bring new perspectives to legal topics as well as to broader questions concerning the impact of law on commercial, political, and cultural practices in the ancient world. The series will be distinguished by its emphasis on interdisciplinary approaches to law and society.

Law and Society in the Ancient World

The study of law in ancient societies has a distinguished tradition in both Anglo-American and continental scholarship. Many of our fundamental ideas about ancient society were built on research into legal sources. These traditions continue to provide a foundation for newer approaches to law and society. More recent scholarship draws on a range of methodologies to analyze legal practices, including critical legal studies, sociology of law, economics, and literary criticism.

This series will seek out innovative approaches to ancient legal studies that bring new perspectives to legal topics as well as to broader questions concerning the impact of law on commercial, political, and cultural practices in the ancient world. The series will be distinguished by its emphasis on interdisciplinary approaches to law and society.


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Dennis P. Kehoe, Tulane University
Cynthia J. Bannon, Indiana University
Matthew R. Christ, Indiana University

Series Editors

Dennis P. Kehoe, Tulane University
Cynthia J. Bannon, Indiana University
Matthew R. Christ, Indiana University


The editors seek detailed book proposals and full-length manuscripts presenting new research, analysis, interpretation, or synthesis. Scholarly monographs will have a central place in the series, but books with a broader appeal are especially welcome. Books for classroom use are also desirable as they are essential to training the next generation of scholars. Inquiries may be addressed to one of the following:

Dennis P. Kehoe
kehoe@tulane.edu

Cynthia J. Bannon
cbannon@indiana.edu

Matthew R. Christ
mrchrist@indiana.edu

Ellen Bauerle, Executive Editor
University of Michigan Press
839 Greene Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-3209
bauerle@umich.edu

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Submissions

The editors seek detailed book proposals and full-length manuscripts presenting new research, analysis, interpretation, or synthesis. Scholarly monographs will have a central place in the series, but books with a broader appeal are especially welcome. Books for classroom use are also desirable as they are essential to training the next generation of scholars. Inquiries may be addressed to one of the following:

Dennis P. Kehoe
kehoe@tulane.edu

Cynthia J. Bannon
cbannon@indiana.edu

Matthew R. Christ
mrchrist@indiana.edu

Ellen Bauerle, Executive Editor
University of Michigan Press
839 Greene Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-3209
bauerle@umich.edu


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