The Assise Sur La Ligece and the Commune of Acre

@article{RileySmith1971TheAS,
  title={The Assise Sur La Ligece and the Commune of Acre},
  author={Jonathan Simon Christopher Riley-Smith},
  journal={Traditio},
  year={1971},
  volume={27},
  pages={179 - 204}
}
No law of the Kingdom of Jerusalem and few incidents in its constitutional history have received so much attention from recent historians as the Assise sur la ligece and the establishment of the Commune of Acre. But perhaps for the reason that a great achievement of the last few years has been the delineation of the twelfth-century monarchy, the later history of the Assise and its practical application in a series of disputes between the government and the baronage have not received much… 
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