Spanish Jurists Alfonso X of Castile, Siete Partidas, Primitivo Gonzï¿½lez Del Alba, Juan Bravo Murillo, Joaquï¿½n Rubio Y Muï¿½oz
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 24. Chapters: Spanish notaries, Alfonso X of Castile, Siete Partidas, Primitivo Gonzalez del Alba, Manuel Azana, Juan Bravo Murillo, Joaquin Rubio y Munoz, Luciano Varela, Javier Martinez-Torron, Gonzalo Garcia Gudiel, Manuel Garcia Pelayo, Diego de Covarubias y Leyva, Federico Trillo, Marcelino Sanz de Sautuola, Manuel Duran y Bas, Antonio Agustin y Albanell, Francisco Martinez Marina, Florencio Garcia Goyena, Jose Castan Tobenas, Alvaro Gil-Robles, Gumersindo de Azcarate, Felipe Clemente de Diego y Gutierrez, Felix Maria Falguera Puiguriguer, Ramon Llatzer de Dou de Bassols, Manuel Alonso Martinez, Federico de Castro, Gregorio Lopez de Tovar, Valenti Marin, Alonso Diaz de Montalvo. Excerpt: The Siete Partidas (Spanish pronunciation: , "Seven-Part Code") or simply Partidas was a Castilian statutory code first compiled during the reign of Alfonso X of Castile (1252-1284), with the intent of establishing a uniform body of normative rules for the kingdom. The codified and compiled text was originally called the Libro de las Leyes (Old Spanish: Livro de las legies) (Book of Laws). It was not until the 14th century that it was given its present name, referring to the number of sections into which it is divided. The Partidas had great significance in Latin America as well, where it was followed for centuries, up to the 19th century. Although the code concentrates on legislative issues, it has also been described as a "humanist encyclopedia," as it addresses philosophical, moral and theological topics as well, including the Greco-Roman, Judeo-Christian and Islamic viewpoints. Alfonso X of Castile and the Siete PartidasAccording to one of the oldest versions of the Partidas, it was written between June 26, 1256 and August 28, 1265 by a commission of the principal Castilian jurists of the day, under the personal direction of Alfonso X. H...