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2009 (EN)
Τα μη νόμιμα τέκνα στο Βυζαντινό δίκαιο
Illegitimate offspring in byzantine law

Τσιάντα, Γιαννούλα Χρήστου

Το αντικείμενο της παρούσας εργασίας είναι τα μη νόμιμα τέκνα στο Βυζαντινό Δίκαιο. Εξετάζονται οι ειδικότερες κατηγορίες αυτών, οι περιουσιακές και προσωπικές σχέσεις αυτών και των προγόνων τους, καθώς και οι τρόποι με τους οποίους μπορούσαν να καταστούν νόμιμα από το γεννήτορά τους. Στο τέλος γίνεται μια κοινωνική προσέγγιση του θέματος.
The subject of the current dissertation is the illegitimate offspring as part of the Byzantine Law. The respective categories of those, their states of fortune and interpersonal relations between them and their ancestors, will be researched in depth, as also the ways through which they could be named legal under their bearer. At the end, a more social approach of the matter is presented, as well.

Postgraduate Thesis / Μεταπτυχιακή Εργασία

Εξώγαμο τέκνα
Family law
Βυζαντινό δίκαιο
Νόθα τέκνα
Illegitimate children
Γνήσια τέκνα
Μη νόμιμα τέκνα
Byzantine law

Αριστοτέλειο Πανεπιστήμιο Θεσσαλονίκης (EL)
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (EN)



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