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Last modified date:2024.06.03

Professor / Department of History / Faculty of Humanities

1. Takashi ADACHI, Documents of Dispute Settlement in Eleventh-Century Aragón and Navarra: King’s Tribunal and Compromise, Imago Temporis. Medium Aevum, 1, 71-85, 2008.01.
2. Takashi ADACHI, Documents of Dispute Settlement in Eleventh Century Aragón: A Genetic Approach, Genesis of Historical Text: Text / Context, 127-136, 2005.03.
3. Takashi ADACHI, Charters and Community: A Study of Charter Production in Medieval Society., Journal of Studies for the Integrated Text Science, 1, 1, 53-61, 2003.12.
4. Aliala and Rural Society in Eleventh Century Aragon : An Analysis of Land Sale Charters
In eleventh century Aragon, the banquet called aliala used to be held by buyers at the confirmation of land sale charters.The author intends to reveal a form of social relationship between free peasants and great lords, by investigating the role of aliala and the personal organization of aliala participants who consisted of sellers, firmes and testes. It is unusual for the early medieval Iberian Peninsula that in Aragon two-thirds of land sale charters were written on the side of buyers, most of whom were monasteries or secular lords.From a diplomatic point of view, it is suggested that their scribes wrote such charters post facto in order to register acquired lands systematically, extracting the primary part of charters drawn up by sellers at the conclusion of contracts.Aliala was, indeed, confirmation that strengthened the judicial validity of charters, and its actual effects covered both of them.Aliala participants consisted of the inhabitants from villages connected with monasteries or secular lords, and the requirement to participate in aliala was conditioned neither by their juridical status nor socioeconomic position.Aliala that publicly secured judicial validity of charters was based upon personal relationships between lords and free peasant, while, their relationships were more and more strengthened by participation in aliala. This case is thought to be useful in reexamining the well-known paradigm of mutation de l'an mil, in which lords and free peasants are supposed not to have coexisted in the eleventh century..
5. Castrum, settlement and the structure of power in the Eastern Aragonese frontier (2).
6. Ecclesial Documents or Family Documents ? - A "Genetic" Study of the Cathedral Archive of Urgell from the Ninth to the Eleventh Century.
7. Frontiéres omnipresentes: l'an mil reconstruit d'après l'Espagne frontalière. I.
8. Frontiéres omnipresentes: l'an mil reconstruit d'après l'Espagne frontalière. II.
9. Adachi Takashi, Charters, Cartulary and Family Lineage Re-created: A Genetic Study of the Cathedral Archive of Huesca from the Twelfth to the Mid-Thirteenth Century, Configuration du texte en histoire, 1, 95-107, 2012.03.
10. Center or Frontier?: Feudal Expansion and the Articulation of Space in the Twelfth- and Thirteenth-Century Lower Aragón.
11. Between the Subsidy and Seigneurial Aids: Fogatges of the Barony of Arenas in the Late 14th Century.