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Political theory and law in medieval Spain

Author: Marie R Madden; Visigoths.; Barcelona (Spain); Tortosa (Spain)
Publisher: New York Fordham University Press, 1930.
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Madden, Marie R. (Marie Regina), b. 1887.
Political theory and law in medieval Spain.
New York Fordham university press, 1930
(OCoLC)602141958
Online version:
Madden, Marie R. (Marie Regina), b. 1887.
Political theory and law in medieval Spain.
New York Fordham university press, 1930
(OCoLC)609993752
Named Person: Isidore, of Seville Saint; Isidore, de Séville saint; Isidore, of Seville Saint
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marie R Madden; Visigoths.; Barcelona (Spain); Tortosa (Spain)
OCLC Number: 1874032
Notes: Illustrated lining-paper.
Principles of the theory: Doctrines of St. Isidore of Seville which influenced Spanish legal thought. The Lex Visigothorum or the Forum iudiciorum. Principles of the Forum iudiciorum, the Usatges of Barcelona and the Costumbres of Tortosa. Las siete partidas and the influence of the Roman Justinian law.-Administrative machinery: The kingship. The councils of the king. The municipalities. The Cortes. Conclusion: Summary of the Spanish and Roman Justinian principles.
Description: xv, 198 pages including frontispiece (portrait) illustrations 24 cm
Contents: Principles of the theory: Doctrines of St. Isidore of Seville which influenced Spanish legal thought. The Lex Visigothorum or the Forum iudiciorum. Principles of the Forum iudiciorum, the Usatges of Barcelona and the Costumbres of Tortosa. Las siete partidas and the influence of the Roman Justinian law.-Administrative machinery: The kingship. The councils of the king. The municipalities. The Cortes. Conclusion: Summary of the Spanish and Roman Justinian principles.
Other Titles: Siete partidas.
Lex Romana Visigothorum.
Responsibility: [by] Marie R. Madden ... foreword by Moorhouse I.X. Millar ...
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