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The Earliest Expression for Outlawry in Anglo-Saxon Law
In this article, I seek to define the difficult legal phrase utroque iure caruerunt (“and they have been deprived of both laws”), which appears in capitulum XII of the Legatine Capitulary of 786 (aExpand
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The source of the Prologue to the Laws of Alfred
This paper considers what source(s) king Alfred used for the translation of Exodus that prefaces his legal code. Over a century ago, Fournier identified the Hiberno-Latin Liber ex lege Moysi asExpand
The Earliest Expression for Outlawry in Anglo-Saxon Law
In this article, I seek to define the difficult legal phrase utroque iure caruerunt (“and they have been deprived of both laws”), which appears in capitulum XII of the Legatine Capitulary of 786 (aExpand
Asser’s Bible and the Prologue to the Laws of Alfred
In this article, I compare the Biblical citations in the Prologue to Laws of King Alfred with those in Asser’s De rebus gestis Ælfredi to see if the author(s) of these documents quoted from a similarExpand
Charters of St Albans (Anglo-Saxon Charters XII)
Julia Crick’s edition of the Charters of St Albans is the twelfth of thirteen volumes to appear so far in the series Anglo-Saxon Charters, a joint project sponsored by the British Academy and theExpand
Alcuin and the Legatine Capitulary of 786: The Evidence of Scriptural Citations
The question of Alcuin’s possible involvement in drafting the Legatine Capitulary of 786, a collection of twenty canons composed in Northumbria under the direction of a legation sent by Pope Hadrian,Expand
Alcuin and Alfred: Two Anglo -Saxon legal reformers
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