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The film relates a blood feud between two families in Northern Albania, focusing primarily on how dugagjiniy feud affects the children of one family. Dardania magazine for history, culture, literature and politics, No. The books and their subdivisions are the following:. According to Serbian authors T.
The criminal law in the “Kanun of Lekë Dukagjini”
Castles Clock towers Mosques Churches Lighthouses. The honor of the woman was a property-part of the honor of the man. The vow was extremely rarely granted to that person, who implemented the murder. We will illustrate this distinction in two examples:.
If it happened something to Y in the house of the X, then X was obliged to revenge for him, because the act of violence at Y was considered as an injury of the house right.
Archived from the original PDF on Tribal also held that thieves would need to pay fines to the relative amount that was stolen. In the Kanun a wound under peace, which was caused by the weapon, fell. As a court, it was considered the advice of the oldest ones Kanuni i pleqnis.
This page was last edited on 3 Novemberat The public honor covers the question of the guest in the house, hospitality and house dugagjunit. Kosovo A short history. Arbnesha Kryeziu Goga rated it did not like it Aug 07, Albanie, duaggjinit Bible contre la vendetta” video.
Open Preview See a Problem? Rusha rated it really liked it May 31, An injury of the honor by weapon robbery was in two different kinds: The fight in the public as well as that fight, which arrived at ears of the public, produced a rising hate.
The punishment for such assistance and acceptation of stolen goods was different. The Celebration Commissionwhere Kadare literally describes the Monastir massacre of as the struggle between two empires: The sanction for the secret weapon robbery was moderated. Hardcoverpages. Monday, 31 December It is interesting that the public weapon robbery for the robbing was a dishonor.
Elvira Dones ‘s Sworn Virgin  refers to Kanun and women’s practice of swearing celibacy in return to being accepted as men by all local villagers.
The following 2 pages uses this file: When the Turkish invaders conquered the medieval Serbian state many customary laws of social life amongst the Balkan peoples were dugagjjinit back to use, this included the Albanians.
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If someone added further wounds with a measurer after the death at the body of the victim, the author was charged with double murder, i. Before one began with the process, the oldest ones had an oath that they would not judge with underhandedly and party manners, and the fact that they will not rotate the rules of Kanun abusesbut a fair judgement after best knowledge and certain to fall.
Michael Dunlap rated it it was amazing Oct 24, Introduction The Albanian expression for the customary law of the Albanians is Kanun. During the period of vow, no revenge could be exercised. Fights between the adults on the one hand and the children on the other hand, were treated differently.
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Journal on moving communities. Das albanische Gewohnheitsrecht aus der Perspektive der rechtlichen Volkskunde. Background of the north Albanian way of life, in: Unintentional mutilating was measured with more indulgence. For the robbing the public weapon robbery was immediately also a shame. Albanian tribes from the Dibra region known as the “Tigers of Dibra” governed themselves according to the Law of Skanderbeg, named after a fifteenth century le, who fought the Ottomans.