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“Lacus est quod perpetuam habet aquam”: i laghi dell’Insubria dall’età romana alla fine del medioevo. La disciplina giuridica

digital “Lacus est quod perpetuam habet aquam”: i laghi dell’Insubria dall’età romana alla fine del medioevo. La disciplina giuridica
Articolo
rivista AEVUM
fascicolo AEVUM - 2010 - 2
titolo “Lacus est quod perpetuam habet aquam”: i laghi dell’Insubria dall’età romana alla fine del medioevo. La disciplina giuridica
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editore Vita e Pensiero
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online da 02-2010
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The article aims at giving a general view of the legal regulation of the lakes of Insubria from antiquity to the end of the Middle Ages. The survey include the definitions of lakes, rivers and other sorts of public waters given by Roman jurists; the Notitia dignitatum is examined. For the early Middle Ages main sources are Capitularia of the Frankish kings and German emperors. In the age of the Communes, the most important issues are the Diet of Roncaglia (1158) and the Peace of Constance (1183), when the Emperor acknowledged the rights of the Lombard Communes on the lakes of the region. Statutes and dispatches provide information on the lakes Verbano, Lario, Ceresio under the Visconti-Sforza rule.