HISTORY OF ROMAN LAW
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course aims to provide students with the broad outlines of the Roman criminal law.
Course contents summary
The course aims to outline the development of Roman criminal law with the aim of understanding the process of elaboration of concepts and issues that are still being studied by the current criminal science.
Particular attention will be paid to those aspects that still offer the occasion to fruitful reflections.
For structural reasons, the course will be divided into two parts: a general, introductory, and a special, dedicated to the study of individual offenses.
G. Bassannelli Sommariva, Note introduttive ad un corso di diritto criminale romano (to be published).
The course will be taught in a seminar format.
Assessment methods and criteria