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International law in antiquity : David J. Bederman

International law in antiquity : David J. Bederman (Loan 2 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Bederman, David J.
Title Statement
International law in antiquity : David J. Bederman.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge [England] ;   New York :   Cambridge University Press,   2001.  
Physical Medium
xiii, 322 p. : maps ; 24 cm.
Series Statement
Cambridge studies in international and comparative law ;16
ISBN
0521791979 (hardback)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 281-302) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
International law -- History.
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830 0 ▼a Cambridge studies in international and comparative law (Cambridge, England : 1996) ; ▼v 16.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS

Acknowledgments = 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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