Readings in early legal institutions / edited with introductions by William Seal Carpenter and Paul Tutt Stafford ...
- The meaning of justice. L. T. Hobhouse, Morals in evolutions, ch. III -- Religion and early law. Fustel de Coulanges, Ancient city, bk. I, chs. III, IV; bk. II, ch. I; bk. III, chs. XI, XVII -- Roman law and procedure: The twelve tables. W. A. Hunter, Roman law, p. 17-22; Roman civil procedure. R. Sohm, Institutes of Roman law, p. 225-257 -- Germanic law and procedure: The lex salica. E. F. Henderson, ed., Select historical documents of the middle ages, p. 176-189; The king of early civil justice. H. S. Maine , Early law and custom, ch. VI -- The blood feud and the wager of law. G. W. Dasent, ed., The story of Burnt Njal -- The ordeal. H. C. Lea, Superstition and force, ch. III -- The wager of battle. G. Neilson, Trail by combat, p. 1-73 -- The jury. J. Fortescue, De laudibus legum Angliae, chs. 25, 26, 27.
- "Notes" at end of each chapter except chapter V.
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