The Lombard Laws

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Here presented for the first time in English are the law codes of the Lombard kings who ruled Italy from the sixth to the eighth centuries. The documents afford unparalleled insight into the structure and values of Germanic society.

A Summary Of The Roman Civil Law

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The law under which a man was born decided that which he should follow ;
hence, if a Lombard became a priest, he adopted the Roman Law, but his
children adhered to the Lombard Law.8 By way of exception, wives adopted the
law of their husbands,9 but resumed their original law on their widowhood,10
and probably these rules applied equally to other Germanic tribes. As marriages
between Romans and Goths were utterly prohibited, this would not apply in that
case, and when ...

A Summary Of The Roman Civil Law

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The north of France before the Carlovingian dynasty was governed by the Frank
and Roman systems, but after this period, the laws of the West Goths,
Burgundians, Alemann, Bavarians, and Saxons, became valid in the kingdom
generally, always excepting the Lombard Law, as Italy had never become a
province of the Frank kingdom ; but after the Franks became conquerors, they
brought with them many of their own laws and customs, and here arises the
difficult point as to the law ...

The History Of Commercial Partnerships In The Middle Ages

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See The Lombard Laws, trans. K. Drew, 167-68. L.K.]. Ariprand turns this into the
trivial phrase that the person who does not benefit from the inheritance is also not
liable as heir for the debts. However, as Pappenheim, Launegild und Garethinx,
p. 70, emphasizes as well, the Lombard Laws refer not to the liability of the heir
after the testator's death but to the heir's liability while that person is still alive. In
the second passage, the Lombard Laws create for the son assets from certain
types ...

Health And Medicine In Early Medieval Southern Italy

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Valerie Flint underlines the choice of care in early medieval Francia: a sick
person might consult a medicus, a saint, or an enchanter, or all three, in search of
a cure." These are only the documented choices; we must also suppose the
existence of others who offered help including, it has been argued, many female
practitioners. What care was available to the southern Italian sick? Doctors
Doctors make an early appearance in the lawcodes of the Lombard kings, dating
from the seventh ...

A History Of Italian Law

Author: Carlo Calisse
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the other hand, the Lombard laws secured to the woman a maximum " guidrigild "
of 1200 " solidi " when killed wrongfully and intentionally ; 1 and in addition they
gave her a large composition, in certain cases as high as 900 " solidi ", whenever
the crime was of the nature of an offense to her honor,2 unless she showed
herself unworthy of this special guaranty, when the general rule obtained by
which she was given a " guidrigild " equal to that of a man.* Other " guidrigilds "
were fixed ...

Patchworkfamilien In Der Sp Tantike

Author: Moritz Schnizlein
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... Saar, Ehe, 2002. 2 Vgl. Fischer Drew, The laws of the Salian Franks, 1991,
5.20 f.. 3 Zur Frage römischer und christlicher Möglichkeiten der Einflussnahme
siehe Mikat, Vo— raussetzungen, 1973, S. 10 ff.. 4 Vgl. Fischer Drew, The laws of
the Salian Franks, 1991, 5.25. © 2012, Vandenhoeck Er Ruprecht GmbH a Co.
KG, Göttingen 5 Vgl. Fischer Drew, The Lombard laws, 1973, S.Xlff.. 6 |SBN Pr1nt
:9783525252994 — |SBN E—Book: 9783647252995 IX. Diversität im
Frankenreich.

Roman Law In European History

Author: Peter Stein
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primarily concerned with Lombard law, as contained in the Liber Papiensis, a
collection of the edicts of the Lombard kings before the Frank1sh conquest and of
Frankish capitularies. In their exposition of this text, the jurists of Pavia were the
f1rst jurists to use the method of the gloss alongside the text. On matters of
substance they formed two groups, the antiquiand the moderni. The former
adhered to the traditional understanding of the Lombard texts, whereas the latter
were ...