Торговые связи Тихвина и Ладоги по материалам Тихвинских таможенных книг XVII в
The subject of the article is the "second ceremonial section", consisting of chapters 21-23 of the so called Golden Bull of 1356. The newly proposed reconstruction of the text structure of the Golden Bull demands revision of aĺl traditional points of view on this document. The article demonstrates relations between some aspects of pageantries described here with coronation procession in Aachen.
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In this paper were examined the concepts of uso and costumbre as they are reflected in the Siete Partidas of Alphonse the Sage of Castile (1252 – 1284). Author analyses the problems of its introduction, principal qualities and procedure of the abrogation of a custom. The special consideration is given to the organic connections existing between the law of medieval Castile and the doctrine of European ius commune.
The paper examines the history of dissemination in 14th-17th centuries in different european countries (especially in Eastern Europe), of one curious text, known as the "Privilege of Alexander the Great for the Slavs." Particular attention was given to the specifically Russian version of this text appeared in the latter half of the XVI century.