After taking his doctorate in in Roman law , he spent two years at the universities of Oxford, Cambridge, and Paris. In , Bachofen was offered the chair in Roman law at the University of Basel, and a year later he was appointed a judge of the criminal court at Basel. In he resigned his professorship to devote himself to legal and anthropological research. In he also gave up his position as a judge. He traveled widely and lived for long periods in Greece, Italy, and Spain.
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Volume 82 Issue 2 Decpp. Das Mutterrecht work by Bachofen His work eventually inspired several generations of ethnologistssocial philosophers, and writers: Madeira marked it as to-read May 05, Roman lawanthropology. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Volume 16 Issue 3 Seppp. By using the comment function on degruyter. Views Read Edit View history. Bachofen is buried at the Wolfgottesacker cemetery in Basel.
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Bachofen verstarb in diesem Haus und wurde auf dem Friedhof Wolfgottesacker beerdigt. Die Ausrichtung auf die Rechtsgeschichte war dem Einfluss Savignys zu verdanken. Einzig das Richteramt behielt er die folgenden 25 Jahre. In Mitteleuropa hat er nach Auskunft seiner Biografen alle Museen besucht.
Johann Jakob Bachofen
Bachofen, Johann Jakob (1815–1887)