Mariage et parenté à travers les actes dotaux roumains (1700-1865)

  title={Mariage et parent{\'e} {\`a} travers les actes dotaux roumains (1700-1865)},
  author={Constanţa Vintilă-Ghiţulescu},
A partir des regles prescrites par la loi et la coutume, on se propose d’analyser la relation entre mariage, parente et dot en partant du principe que l’absence de veritables contrats matrimoniaux ne saurait empecher de retrouver par des voies indirectes les clauses qui n’ont ete portees sur aucun acte formel. L’acte dotal se trouve en effet au cœur de notre recherche et son evolution est liee au processus engage par la societe roumaine de l’oralite vers l’ecriture, de la tradition vers la… Expand
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  • A. Jianu
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • Journal of family history
  • 2009
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