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Bases de dades: Sciència.cat
Mott, Lawrence, "Sailing through the Black Death: the Crown of Aragon fleet ordinances of 1354", Imago temporis: Medium Aevum, 5 (2011), 215-225.
- When a medieval fleet in the Mediterranean was mustered, it created a situation where men were first crowded together on land and then aboard galleys at sea. These conditions necessitated a body of law to maintain order and deal with the inevitable crimes that would arise. The Ordinacions sobre lo fet de la mar of 1354, ordered by Pedro IV, was one of the first military codes of justice for a fleet. The unique political and social circumstances following the Black Death necessitated the recruiting crews from outside the Crown of Aragon and of criminals. The Ordinacions were an attempt at a uniform code of justice formed from several traditions and was not simply a codification of existing Aragonese naval custom.
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