Anglo-Saxon law (Old English ǣ, later lagu "law"; dōm "decree, judgement") is a body of written rules and customs that were in place during the Anglo-Saxon period ...
Anglo-Saxon law, Domesday Book the body of legal principles that prevailed in England from the 6th century until the Norman Conquest (1066). In conjunction with ...
The Anglo-Saxon kings were adept at framing laws that reflected their authority. But they had the sense to take local customs into account when doing so.
Anthony D'Amato & Stephen B. Presser Anglo-Saxon Law Anglo-Saxon law is the name generally used to refer to the legal system that prevailed in Britian for ...
Provides modern English translations of excerpts from important legal documents.
Anglo-Saxon Laws . records of the customary laws of the Anglo-Saxons, seventh to ninth centuries. As distinguished from other barbarian laws, which were written in ...
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The Long Arm of the Law. A manuscript image often used to demonstrate the King and his Witan dispensing justice. It was ... Anglo-Saxon law could - and does ...
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176 ANCIENT NEAR EASTERN LAW Rape of a manied (or inchoately manied) woman fell into this category, essentially as an aggravated form of adultery.