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Roman, provincial, and Islamic law

the origins of the Islamic patronate

by Patricia Crone

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge [Cambrigeshire], New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Islamic law -- Roman influences.,
  • Roman law.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPatricia Crone.
    SeriesCambridge studies in Islamic civilization
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLAW
    The Physical Object
    Pagination178 p. ;
    Number of Pages178
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2735532M
    ISBN 100521322537
    LC Control Number86029916

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The Roman provinces (Latin: provincia, pl. provinciae) were the lands and people outside of Rome itself that were controlled by the Republic and later the province was ruled by a Roman who was appointed as governor.

Although different in many ways, they were similar to the states in Australia or the United States, the regions in the United Kingdom or New Zealand, or the prefectures.

Showing that Islamic law is the key to understanding the essence of one of the great world religions, this book explores how it still influences the laws of contemporary Islamic states, and is in itself a remarkable manifestation of legal : Samet Tatar.

Patricia Crone's God's Rule is a fundamental reconstruction and analysis of Islamic political thought focusing on its intellectual development during the six centuries from the rise of Islam to the Mongol invasions.

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ISLAMIC LAW. Islamic law is designated in Arabic by the term shar ī ‘ a, the original sense of which is a place resorted to for drinking, and by extension, a way of conduct leading to eternal life. islam is a lay theocracy.

God is head of the Islamic community. God alone legislates, and His will is carried out by the community of believers. The law is what God has made known to the.

Dr Crone tests the Roman hypothesis with reference to one institution, the patronate, which does indeed appear to owe something to Roman law.

He concludes that Roman law contributed only in so far as it was part and parcel of the rather different legal practice of the Near Eastern provinces, and that provincial law would repay further. The word mawla is derived from the root w-l-y They continued to pay a similar tax that was required from the people of the book and were generally excluded from government and the military until the end of the Umayyad Caliphate.

Roman, Provincial and Islamic Law: The Origins of the Islamic Patronate, P. Crone, Cambridge University Press. A study of Islamic law and political power in the Ottoman Empire’s richest provincial city. What did Islamic law mean in the early modern period, a world of great Muslim empires.

Often portrayed as the quintessential jurists’ law, to a large extent it was developed by scholars outside the purview of the state. Roman, Provincial and Islamic law: The Origins of the Islamic Patronate Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, Special Issue Australian Journal of Asian Law (Leichhardt, NSW: Federation Press) devoted to "Islamic Law in South-east Asia." 3.

Jewish Law Essential Facts. Review of Roman, Provincial and Islamic Law: The Origins of the Islamic Patronate. This book of Patricia Crone is an expansion of a chapter in her PhD thesis, which thesis was called “The Mawali in the Umayyad Period”.

It attempts to revive the thesis of Goldziher and Schacht about Islamic law, that it had borrowings from (provincial. This was followed by work that closely related to her doctoral thesis, resulting in two books—Slaves on Horses: The Evolution of Islamic Polity (Cambridge University Press, ) and Roman, Provincial and Islamic Law (Cambridge University Press, )—in which Crone deftly explores tribes and tribal culture in early Islam and investigates.

Roman law, the law of ancient Rome from the time of the founding of the city in bce until the fall of the Western Empire in the 5th century remained in use in the Eastern, or Byzantine, Empire until As a legal system, Roman law has affected the development of law in most of Western civilization as well as in parts of the East.

“The argument about Greco-Roman law having influenced the sharia rules about women could have some basis if one thinks in terms of Middle Eastern adaptations —. At first she commuted from London to the Oriental Institute in Oxford, and we continued to see each other, but later she moved to Cambridge and began work on Roman, provincial and Islamic law.

Patricia Crone was Mellon Professor of Islamic History at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton. She wrote several books including Pre-industrial Societies: Anatomy of the Pre-modern World (), Roman, Provincial and Islamic Law (), Meccan Trade and the Rise of Islam () and Slaves on Horses: the Evolution of Islamic Polity ().

The Comparative Law component features books that compare more than one legal system. Comparative Law Scholars do not agree on how many types of legal systems exist in the world, but the major types are common law, civil law, Talmudic, Islamic, and indigenous legal systems.

The archive also includes Roman and canon law in various languages. The Role of Non-Arab Converts in the Development of Early Islamic Law has attached considerable importance to the role played by scholars of non-Arab descent in the formative period of Islamic law and jurisprudence.

no support to the assumption that jurists of non-Arab descent brought solutions from their natal legal systems — Roman Cited by: On the authoritativeness of Sunni consensus; The use and abuse of evidence: the question of provincial and Roman influences on early Islamic law; Notes on the term Qarîna in Islamic legal discourse; The primacy of the Qur’an in Shatibi’s legal theory; Usul al-Fiqh: beyond tradition; Index of.

His publications include Crises and the Roman Empire () and Cultural Messages in the Graeco-Roman World (). Ted Kaizer is Senior Lecturer in Roman Culture and History at Durham University.

His publications include The Variety of Local Religious Life in the Near East () and Kingdoms and Principalities in the Roman Near East (). The Social History of Roman Art; Literature Pockets, Greek & Roman Myths; An Imperial Possession: Britain in the Roman Empire, 54 BC - AD ; Myths of the Greeks and Romans; Read & Understand Myths & Legends, Grades ; A Companion to the Roman Army; Roman, Provincial and Islamic Law: The Origins of the Islamic Patronate; Myths to Live by.

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