Ancient laws and institutes of England comprising laws enacted under the Anglo-Saxon kings from Aethelbirht to Cnut: with an English translation of the Saxon; the laws called Edward the Confessor's, the laws of William the Conqueror and those ascribed to Henry the First; also, Monumenta ecclesiastica Anglicana from the seventh to the tenth century, and the ancient Latin version of the Anglo-Saxon laws, with a compendious glossary, &c, Volume 2 (Google eBook)
Printed under the direction of the Commissioners of the public records of the kingdom, 1840 - Law
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It's an old translation and I think modern Anglo-Saxon scholars would want something new. The good Mr. Thorpe was a scholar in the 19th century and ideas in history tend to be cyclical. But it's such ... Read full review
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John J. Antel, Ph.D. Richard A. Armstrong, Ph.D. Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Department of Modern & Classical. Department of Economics ...