Redes de justiça e conhecimento da cidade medieval portuguesa: O exemplo de Lisboa (séculos XII-XV)

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This work aims to characterize the judicial system in medieval Lisbon. The analysis of its creation and development process illustrate how the latter owes to the evolution of the royal and municipal jurisdictions existing in the city, from a period of formation and consolidation in the twelfth-fourteenth to its late medieval transformation into the soon-to-be capital of the Portuguese Empire.
Original languagePortuguese
Pages (from-to)1-31
Number of pages30
JournalE-legal History Review
Publication statusPublished - 2015


  • Municipal and royal justice
  • Royal and municipal officialdom
  • Medieval courts
  • Urban elites
  • Medieval Lisbon

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