Lex ribuaria et Lex Francorum Chamavorum : ex Monumentis Germaniae historicis recusae / edidit Rudolphus Sohm.

Hannoverae : Impensis Bibliopolii Hahniani, 1883.

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Other Title Lex Ripuaria.
Lex Francorum Chamavorum.
Notitia vel commemoratio de illa Euua, quae se ad Amorem habet.
Euua quae se ad Amorem habet.
Other Authors Sohm, Rudolf, 1841-1917.
Subjects Law, Germanic.
Series Monumenta Germaniae historica. Fontes iuris Germanici antiqui in usum scholarum separatim editi ; 6.
Description 146 p. ; 23 cm.
Notes The Lex ribuaria is given in two versions, the first being the older, and having more linguistic barbarisms, the other being later, and having many corrections. Cf. Praefatio.
The so-called Lex Francorum Chamavorum, or Notitia vel commemoratio de illa Euua, quae se ad Amorem habet, is a brief memorandum of a special code in force in the ninth century in a region called Hamalant (Amore) north of the territory of the Ripuarians and belonging to the Chamavi. It shows influences of the Ripuarians, Friesians, and Saxons. Cf. Praefatio.
"Capitulare Legi ribuariae additum. 803. ex editione Alfredi Boretti repetitum": p. 108-109.
"Index rerum et veborum. Scripsit K. Zeumer." p. [124]-146.
Includes bibliographical references.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)03323639
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