Leiden, Brill, 1975. Item #25865

Cloth. 8vo. Xiii, 288 pages; 25 cm; Series: Studies in Judaism in Late Antiquity; v. 10; ISBN: 9004043330 9789004043336. Jackson was the founding editor of The Jewish Law Annual and has been both Hon. President and Chairman of the Jewish Law Association. Sources and problems. --Reflections on Biblical criminal law. --Principles and cases: the theft laws of Hammurabi. --The problem of Exodus 21: 22-5 (ius talionis) --The goring ox. --Two or three witnesses. --Testes singulares in early Jewish law and the New Testament. --Liability for mere intention in early Jewish law. --Foreign influence in the early Jewish law of theft. --The fence-breaker and the actio de pastu pecoris in early Jewish law. SUBJECT(S) : Jewish law -- History. Law, Ancient. Comparative law. Droit juif -- Histoire. Droit ancien. Joods recht. Droit juif. Geschichte. Jüdisches Recht. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Very good condition. (BRILL 1-6).

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