Califes, émirs et cadis : le droit califal et l’articulation de l’autorité judiciaire à l’époque umayyade

@inproceedings{Tillier2015CalifesE,
  title={Califes, {\'e}mirs et cadis : le droit califal et l’articulation de l’autorit{\'e} judiciaire {\`a} l’{\'e}poque umayyade},
  author={Mathieu Tillier},
  year={2015}
}
Resume : Le present article s’interroge sur le role juridique et judiciaire des califes au premier siecle de l’hegire. Des l’epoque sufyānide, l’idee d’une jurisprudence califienne etait admise par certains. Ce n’est neanmoins qu’avec les Marwānides que l’autorite juridique du calife commence a etre invoquee de maniere frequente, et dans la premiere moitie du viiie siecle, un droit umayyade etait accepte par beaucoup. L’intervention du calife umayyade dans le domaine de la justice se… Expand
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