1 edition of old Norwegian general law of the Gulathing according to codex Gl. k. s. 1154 folio. found in the catalog.
old Norwegian general law of the Gulathing according to codex Gl. k. s. 1154 folio.
|Series||[Illinois. University] Illinois studies in language and literature., vol. 20 no. 3-4|
|Contributions||Flom, George T. 1871-1960., Copenhagen (Denmark). Kongelige bibliotek.|
|LC Classifications||PT7321 .G8 1937|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||204|
|LC Control Number||37027813|
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Compilation of Early Norwegian Laws. "The oldest Norwegian laws, those of Gula and Frosta, go back to a time when the culture of the Middle Ages was still a somewhat novel experience in Northern Europe.
Though the copies that have survived seem to date from the twelfth century and later, the codes must, in considerable part, have taken form in the eleventh century, or as early as the first.
The old Norwegian general law of the Gulathing according to codex Gl. folio edited by George T. Flom （Iinois studies in language and literature, Vol. 20, no. ） The University of Illinois, Old Norwegian General Law of the Gulathing: According to Codex Gl.k.S.
Folio () The Morphology of the Dialect on Aurland in Sogn, Norway () Bjornson's Synnove Solbakken Alma mater: University of Wisconsin-Madison (). This entry about The earliest Norwegian laws: being the Gulathing law and the Frostathing law has been published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY ) licence, which permits unrestricted use and reproduction, provided the author or authors of the The earliest Norwegian laws: being the Gulathing law and the Author: Carla Miller.
The old Norwegian general law of the Gulathing according to codex Gl. folio Flom, George T. (George Tobias), [ Book, Government publication: ]. The Old Norwegian General Law of the Gulathing According to Codex Gl.k.S. Folio, Illinois Studies in Language and LiteratureUrbana Ill.
Landsl29 Holm perg 29 4° Flom. Flom, ed., The Old Norwegian General Law of the Gulathing according to Codex Gl.k.S. folio. Diplomatic edition with linguistic-paleographic introduction and four facsimile pages. Urbana: University of Illinois, Cloth. +4 facsimile pages. $ the frostathing law translated from the old norwegian by laurence m.
larson professor of history, university of illinois new york: morningside heights columbia university press m.
c m. xxxv. contents introduction 3 the older law of the gulathing the church law 35 the merchant law 62 the law of tenancy 89 the inheritance law miscellaneous.
- The Old Norwegian general law of the Gulathing, according to codex Gl.k.S. folio. Diplomatic stic-paleographic intr.& 4 facs. FLORENCE, P. - Mallarmé, Manet and Redon. Visual and aural signs and the generation of meaning. I would highly recommend that you purchase Einar Haugen's "Norwegian- English Dictionary".
You can order this book either through your local bookstore or from the Ancestors from Norway bookstore (operated in association with ). The first section of this dictionary shows various old. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Gulaþingslög hin eldri. Old Norwegian general law of the Gulathing according to codex Gl.
folio. Norway has not introduced definitions of international crimes into its domestic law. However, article of the Norwegian General Civil Penal Code (Criminal Code) enables the prosecution of. The old Norwegian general law of the Gulathing according to codex Gl. folio. (Book, )  Get this from a library.
The old Norwegian general law of the Gulathing according to codex Gl. folio. Translated medieval Nordic laws in English. The earliest Norwegian laws. Being the Gulathing law and the Frostathing law, translating from the old Norwegian by Lawrence M. Larson (Records of civilization 20), New York: Morningside Heights Laws of early Iceland: Grágás.
Scandinavian law, in medieval times, a separate and independent branch of early Germanic law, and, in modern times, in the form of codifications, the basis of the legal systems of Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Iceland, and Finland. Historical development of Scandinavian law.
Before the Scandinavian states emerged as unified kingdoms in the 9th century, the several districts and provinces were. Compilation of Early Norwegian Laws Larson, Laurence. The Earliest Norwegian Laws: Being the Gulathing Law and the Frostathing Law. Translated from the Old Norwegian.
Originally published: New York: Columbia University Press, ix, pp. Reprinted by the Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN ISBN X. Paperback. Norwegian people reside in the northwestern Scandinavian country of Norway (Norge), bordered by land on eastern and southern edges by Sweden, Finland, and Russia, and across water from Denmark.
The Norwegian language is in the North Germanic family and is closely related to Swedish and Danish. The Earliest Norwegian Laws; Being the Gulathing Law and the Frostathing Law Hardcover – January 1, by Laurence M.
Translated Larson (Author) out of 5 stars 1 ratingReviews: 1. *symbol used in many bygdebøker to indicate marriage † symbol used in many bygdebøker to indicate death A ald. abbr. for "alder" - ageantfam abbr. for number in family auk. abbr. for "auksjon" - auction B b. abbr. for "barn" - childrenbeststed abbr for "bestemmelsessted" - place of destination bg.
abbr. for "bondegods" - land owned by the farmers themselves, not by the king or the church. Augustana Book Concern.
Englisches Handw?rterbuch in genetischer Darstellung auf Grund der Etymologien und Bedeutungsentwicklungen. Vol. xix. 2, C. K., April,Gleerup, Lund. Flom, George T, The Old Norwegian General Law of the Gula thing According to the Codex Gl.
Folio. Diplomatic Edition, with Linguistic. Other articles where Gulathing’s law is discussed: Scandinavian law: Historical development of Scandinavian law: of this period are the Gulathing’s law (written in the 11th century, Norwegian); the law of Jutland (, Danish); and the laws of Uppland () and Götaland (early 13th century), both Swedish.
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