Session336
TitlePublic Notaries and Medieval Society: Identity, Culture, and Social Groups, III
Date/TimeMonday 3 July 2017: 16.30-18.00
 
SponsorProjecte 'El notariado en Cataluña, siglos XIII-XIV: práctica y actividad (NOTCAT)', MINECO (HAR2015-65146-P)
 
OrganiserMireia Comas-Via, Departament d'Història i Arqueologia, Universitat de Barcelona
Daniel Piñol-Alabart, Departament d'Història i Arqueologia, Universitat de Barcelona
 
Moderator/ChairDaniel Piñol-Alabart, Departament d'Història i Arqueologia, Universitat de Barcelona
 
Paper 336-a Escribanos de lo arábigo en el Reino de Granada durante el tránsito a la Modernidad
(Language: Español)
Lorena Barco Cebrián, Departamento de Ciencias Históricas, Universidad de Málaga
Alicia Marchant, Departamento de Ciencias Históricas, Universidad de Málaga
Index Terms: Charters and Diplomatics; Manuscripts and Palaeography; Social History
Paper 336-b Fuentes notariales para el estudio de la educación en la Barcelona bajomedieval
(Language: Español)
Oriol Murall Debasa, Departament d'Història i Arqueologia, Universitat de Barcelona
Index Terms: Charters and Diplomatics; Manuscripts and Palaeography; Social History
Paper 336-c Requests to Widows: An Example of Notarial Activity in Barcelona in the 14th Century
(Language: English)
Mireia Comas-Via, Departament d'Història i Arqueologia, Universitat de Barcelona
Index Terms: Charters and Diplomatics; Manuscripts and Palaeography; Social History
 
AbstractThe large presence of notaries in Mediterranean countries entails a considerable variety of authorities that nominated them and the diversity of notaries' offices. However, the process of implementation and development of the notariat differed from one country to other. In this sense, it is important to analyse the practice and the activity of these notaries, but also to study the notaries as a social group. Moreover, notarial records can be a good source to study otherness, identities, gender, education, etc.