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La prise en compte médiévale de la victime dans quelques traités criminels et statuts urbains

Abstract : The word “victim” does not appear in mediaeval sources. The victim was referred to as the persona offensa or pars laesa. Like Roman law, mediaeval law allowed no consideration of the human body and reparation consisted solely in estimating the damage to the assets of the victim. In this article, we will begin by seeking to understand how the individual was recognised by law as a persona offensa, before showing that the reparation provided by law could be private or public in nature.
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Marie-Clotilde Lault. La prise en compte médiévale de la victime dans quelques traités criminels et statuts urbains. Histoire de la justice, Documentation française ; Association française pour l'histoire de la justice, 2015, pp.107-122. ⟨10.3917/rhj.025.0107⟩. ⟨hal-02409045⟩

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