Saxon and Medieval Antecedents of the English Common Law
Edwin Mellen Press, 2000 - 250 trang
This volume provides an interdisciplinary approach to legal history, utilizing law, linguistics, cultural anthropology and social history to document and analyze the slow but steady growth of the English common law from Anglo-Saxon times to the 19th century.
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