Du pagarque au cadi : ruptures et continuités dans l’administration judi­ciaire de la Haute-Égypte (ier-iiie/viie-ixe siècle)

  title={Du pagarque au cadi : ruptures et continuit{\'e}s dans l’administration judi­ciaire de la Haute-{\'E}gypte (ier-iiie/viie-ixe si{\`e}cle)},
  author={Mathieu Tillier},
Selon les sources litteraires de l’histoire egyptienne, dont la redaction remonte, pour les plus anciennes, au iiie/ixe siecle, l’institution du cadi serait apparue en Egypte des les lendemains de la conquete. Des historiens comme Emile Tyan ont a l’inverse presente le cadi comme le successeur des juges byzantins. La documentation papyrologique permet de nuancer ces deux approches. Fonde sur un corpus de papyrus judiciaires relatifs a la Haute-Egypte du viie au ixe siecle, cet article suit l… Expand
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