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Studies in Zoroastrian Family Law: A Comparative Analysis (CNI Publications) e-book

Author:

Bodil Hjerrild

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English

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Law

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Legal Theory & Systems

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Publisher:

Museum Tusculanum Press; UK ed. edition (February 1, 2003)

Pages:

224

ISBN:

8772898070

Studies in Zoroastrian Family Law: A Comparative Analysis (CNI Publications) e-book

by Bodil Hjerrild


The analysis is concerned with four institutions in the sphere of family law: Guardianship, marriage of levirate, marriage . Библиографические данные.

Библиографические данные. Studies in Zoroastrian Family Law: A Comparative Analysis CNI publications (Том 28), Carsten Niebuhr Institut København, ISSN 0902-5499.

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CNI Publications 28. Copenhagen: Carsten Niebuhr Institute of Near Eastern Studies, University of Copenhagen, Museum Tusculanum Press, 2002.

Bodil Hjerrild Studies in Zoroastrian Family Law: A Comparative Analysis (CNI Publications). ISBN 13: 9788772898070. Studies in Zoroastrian Family Law: A Comparative Analysis (CNI Publications).

The academic study of Zoroastrianism goes back to the seventeenth century Studies in Zoroastrian Family Law: A Comparative AnalysisBy Bodil Hjerrild.

The academic study of Zoroastrianism goes back to the seventeenth century. It was a classic topic in the History of Religions as an academic discipline throughout its formative period. Zoroastrianism has become less visible on the field of the History of Religions since the 1970s. This, however, does not mean that there was no progress in Zoroastrian Studies since that time. Quite to the contrary, despite the customary tendency to paint a gloomy picture of the progress of Zoroastrian Studie. ONTINUE READING. Studies in Zoroastrian Family Law: A Comparative AnalysisBy Bodil Hjerrild.

The source material of the book is translated from the only existent Sasanian law text and two Rivayats from the first half of the ninth and the first half of the tenth century, at which time the Zoroastrians survived only in minority communities. The original text is presented in photocopy with a transcription.

Studies in Zoroastrian Family Law: A Comparative Analysis by Bodil Hjerrild

Moving walls are generally represented in years. Studies in Zoroastrian Family Law: A Comparative Analysis by Bodil Hjerrild. Studies in Zoroastrian Family Law: A Comparative Analysis by Bodil Hjerrild (pp. 214-216).

This book presents a comparative analysis of the judiciary in the Islamic, Jewish and Zoroastrian legal systems. Cases and judgments recorded in the Law Book mirror the everyday legal practice of the late Sasanian times and are, therefore, suitable to offer a comprehensive survey of how people tried to solve their disputes in Sasanian Persia.

Studies in Zoroastrian Family Law: A Comparative Analysis. Cognizance of Sin and Punishment in the Babylonian Talmud and Pahlavi Literature: A Comparative Analysis. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press, 2003. Oqimta: Studies in the Talmudic and Rabbinic Literature 1 (2013): 319–367.

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The source material of the book is translated from the only existent Sasanian law text and two Rivâyats from the first half of the ninth and the first half of the tenth century, at which time the Zoroastrians survived only in minority communities. The original text is presented in photocopy with a transcription. The analysis is concerned with four institutions in the sphere of family law: guardianship, marriage of levirate, marriage of a woman in order to provide her father or brother with an heir, and marriage between close relatives (incest taboo did not exist). The research shows how the social conditions and internal family economy with its power balance is reflected in the rules of the Sasanian law, and that the differences apparent in the later texts are not accidental but form a pattern caused by the changing social conditions, and that the law was changed in order to help preserve the Zoroastrian minority in adversity under Arab rule.

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