This work sheds light on the evolution of maritime law in the Mediterranean Sea between 800 and the 1050s, a period in maritime legal history whose gaps contemporary scholars have not attempted to bridge. It may allow scholars a better appreciation of the contribution which Islamic jurisprudence made to the development and internationalization of the law of the sea.Judicial authorities on land, rather than the captain or ship owner, judged the case and imposed punishment at the port of ... Byzantine documentary evidence shows that ship owners allocated spaces in supercargoes and cruisers for liturgical services.176 Similarly, ... 1/5 Article 111:3; Ashburner, op. cit., 83, Justice, General Treatise, 88; Freshfield, Manual of Later Roman Law, 196; Dareste, aquot;Lex Rhodiaanbsp;...
|Title||:||Admiralty and Maritime Laws in the Mediterranean Sea (ca. 800-1050)|
|Author||:||Hassan Salih Khalilieh|
|Publisher||:||Brill Academic Pub - 2006|