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Anglo-Saxon Law

Updated: Dec 26, 2021


Adultery in early Anglo-Saxon society: Æthelberht 31 in comparison with continental Germanic law Rivers, Theodore John


Alcuin and Alfred: Two Anglo-Saxon Legal Reformers Carella, Bryan J


"An Ald Reht": Essays on Anglo-Saxon Law Hough, Carole



Anglo-Saxon Charters Robertson, A.J.



Anglo-Saxon Law and Scots Law Taylor, Alice


Anglo-Saxon Wills Whitelock, Dorothy



Charters, law and the settlement of disputes in Anglo-Saxon England Wormald, Patrick

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From Lawmen to Plowmen: Anglo-Saxon Legal Tradition and the School of Langland

Book Yeager, Stephen


‘Ge mid wedde ge mid aðe’: the functions of oath and pledge in Anglo-Saxon legal culture


Law and Order in Anglo-Saxon England Lambert, Tom



Law codes and legal norms in later Anglo-Saxon England Roach, Levi


Property rights in Anglo-Saxon wills: a synoptic view Mumby, Julie


Sick-Maintenance in Anglo-Saxon Law Oliver, Lisi


The laws of Cnut and the history of Anglo-Saxon royal promises Stafford, Pauline


The Old English Penitentials and Anglo-Saxon Law Jurasinski, Stefan



The production of the Anglo-Saxon laws : from Alfred to Cnut Ivarsen, Ingrid


Theft, Homicide and Crime in Late Anglo-Saxon Law* Lambert, TB


"Tribal Custom in Anglo-Saxon Law" Seebohm, Frederic



"Whoever Alters This, May God Turn His Face from Him on the Day of Judgment": Curses in Anglo-Saxon Legal Documents Danet, Brenda and Bryna Bogoch


Widows' Rights in Anglo-Saxon Law Rivers, Theodore John


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