Dr. Michele Pedone

Fields of interest

  • Roman law
  • Juristic papyrology
  • Late Antique history

Michele is a legal historian. He obtained his master’s degree in law at the University of Pisa (2013) and Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna (2014). His doctorate in law was awarded by the Universities of Siena and the Saarland in cotutelle (2017).

He taught Roman law and the Roman foundations of European Law at the University of Pisa and was employed as a post-doc in the ERC Platinum project (University of Naples ‘Federico II’) and the PAROS project (University of Münster). In 2020, he obtained the Italian National Scientific Habilitation (ASN) for the position of Associate Professor of Roman Law.

Employed since February 2022 in the ERC Consolidator Grant "AntCoCo," Michele is the jurist and legal historian in the research team.

Education and Career

  • 2007–2013: Master’s Degree in Law, University of Pisa
  • 2007–2014: Master in Law, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna
  • 2014-2017: Doctorate in Law, University of Siena – Saarland University
  • 2017-2021: Post-doc Fellow, ERC project PLATINUM – University of Naples ‘Federico II’
  • 2019: Post-doc Fellow, Project PAROS – University of Münster
  • seit 2022: Post-doc Fellow, ERC Project ANTCOCO – University of Bamberg

Awards

  • 2007-2014: Scholarship, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna 
  • 2015-2016: DAAD short-term Grant, Saarland University
  • 2018-2019: Scholarship, ‘Giuliano Crifò’ Seminars of the Accademia Storico Giuridico Costantiniana, University of Perugia
  • 2022: scholarship, CEDANT College of Roman Law, University of Pavia

Publications

a) Books

  1. Per argentarium solvere. Ricerche sul receptum argentarii, Giappichelli, 2020
  2. Apud acta. Studi sul processo romano alla luce della documentazione papirologica (IV-VI sec. d.C.), 1, Giappichelli, 2020

b) Articles

  1. Lo ius controversum di D. 13.5.27: alcune osservazioni a margine di un'antica disputa, Quaderni Lupiensi di Storia e Diritto 7 (2017)
  2. Quod argentarius solvi recepit (sed numquam scripsit?). Alla ricerca delle testimonianze epigrafiche di receptum argentarii, Minima Epigraphica et Papyrologica 22 (2017)
  3. Satisfactio pro solutione est, in: Ayasch, E., Bemmer, J., Tritremmel, D. (eds.), Wiener Schriften. Neue Perspektive aus der jungen Romanistik, MANZ 2018
  4. A proposito delle nuove acquisizioni testuali in tema di «manumissio inter amicos», Index 47 (2019)
  5. Intorno ad alcune voci di lessicografia giuridica romea, Teoria e Storia del Diritto Privato 13 (2020)
  6. (with A. Petrucci) Lib. 33 Titt. 1, 8, 9, 10; Lib. 35 Titt. 1, 3; Lib. 36 Titt. 2, 4, in: Petrucci, A., Saccoccio, A. (eds.), Iustiniani Augusti Digesta seu Pandectae, V.2 33–36, Giappichelli 2021
  7. Small Remarks on Latin-Greek-Egyptian Multilingualism in a Late Record of Court Proceedings from Aphrodito, in: Scappaticcio, M. C. (ed.), Latin and Coptic. Languages, Literatures, Cultures in Contact, FedOA Press, in press
  8. ChLA XLIV 1291 and SPP XIV 4, Tyche, in press

c) Reviews

  1. Cassarino, A., Il vocare in tributum nelle fonti classiche e bizantine», Quaderni Lupiensi di Storia e Diritto 8 (2018)

d) Reports

  1. Documenti antichi tra storia e diritto, Index 45 (2017)
  2. «Plus ratio quam vis»: la LXXIIa Sessione della SIHDA a Cracovia, Index 46 (2018)
  3. Seneca Padre e la storiografia riemersa, in Quaderni Lupiensi di Storia e Diritto 8 (2018)
  4. Prassi e normazione nell'esperienza giuridica romana, Legal Roots online (2019)
  5. Diritti e prassi commerciali nel Mediterraneo Antico, Iura 68 (2020)