Issue 1 2020

The Annals of Legal History. 2020. Volume 4. Issue 1. Issue Theme: “The History of Medical and Pharmaceutical Law”. 94 p.

ISSUE CONTENT

MA in History Vladyslav Kiorsak (Lviv, Ukraine). Concepts of body and health in the context of Scandinavian sagas.The Annals of Legal History. 2020. Volume 4. Issue 1. Issue Theme: “The History of Medical and Pharmaceutical Law”. pp. 10-22. https://doi.org/10.38129/Ann.Yur.Ist.2020.4.1.10

Dr. habil. Prof. Olga Keller (Tubingen, Germany). Reflection of lepra in the medieval sources of the church (canonical) and public lawThe Annals of Legal History. 2020. Volume 4. Issue 1. Issue Theme: “The History of Medical and Pharmaceutical Law”. pp. 23-28. https://doi.org/10.38129/Ann.Yur.Ist.2020.4.1.23

MA in History Oksana Obukhovs’ka (Lviv, Ukraine). Wounds and methods for their treatment in the Middle Ages and early Renaissance. The Annals of Legal History. 2020. Volume 4. Issue 1. Issue Theme: “The History of Medical and Pharmaceutical Law”. pp. 29-44. https://doi.org/10.38129/Ann.Yur.Ist.2020.4.1.29

MA in History Dmуtrо Kopylov (Lviv, Ukraine). Sickness and Death of a Ruler of the State: The Case of Henry V of LancasterThe Annals of Legal History. 2020. Volume 4. Issue 1. Issue Theme: “The History of Medical and Pharmaceutical Law”. pp. 45-60. https://doi.org/10.38129/Ann.Yur.Ist.2020.4.1.45

Dr. habil. Prof. Julia Gavrilchenko (Minsk, Belarus). Improving the legal regulation of adaptive sports movement in the Republic of Belarus.The Annals of Legal History. 2020. Volume 4. Issue 1. Issue Theme: “The History of Medical and Pharmaceutical Law”. pp. 61-71. https://doi.org/10.38129/Ann.Yur.Ist.2020.4.1.61

Dr. habil. Prof. Mariiam Arpentieva (Kaluga, Russia). History and directions of the religious, social and psychological work in the criminal-executive system. The Annals of Legal History. 2020. Volume 4. Issue 1. Issue Theme: “The History of Medical and Pharmaceutical Law”. pp. 72-87. https://doi.org/10.38129/Ann.Yur.Ist.2020.4.1.72