Law and Authority in the Early Middle Ages

Conflict in medieval Europe (Aldershot, 2003) and W. Davies and P. Fouracre (
eds.), Property and power in the early Middle Ages (Cambridge, 1995). 5 C.
Wickham, Framing the early Middle Ages: Europe and the Mediterranean 400–
800 ...

Law and Authority in the Early Middle Ages

Law and Authority in the Early Middle Ages

An examination of the barbarian laws in Carolingian Europe, contributing to debates concerning written law, kingship and ethnic identities.

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