Venetian Statutes

Venetian Statutes

 

collections of civil commercial and naval customs collected in the 13th century in the Venetian Republic, reflecting the demands of developing trade and the interests of merchants.

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The keystone of a married wo man's legal status, in Guzzerti's analysis, was her dowry, her proprietorship of which the Venetian statutes, in marked contrast to those of Florence, carefully protected.