How Nordic are the Nordic Medieval Laws
- proceedings of the First Carlsberg Academy Conference on Medieval Legal History 2007af Per Andersen, Ditlev Tamm, Helel Vogt Eds.
The articles are based on papers given at the conference "How Nordic are the Nordic Medieval Laws?" which was held at the Carlsberg Academy 22nd to 24th May 2003. The main theme of the conference was the Nordic medieval laws seen in a European context which again raised the question about just how Nordic these laws were. The problem was presented both through studies inthe Nordic laws as well as parallel studies.Thus, we return to the starting point for much of the work done on placing the medieval Nordic laws in an international legal tradition in the last decade. We do it in the hope that it may still be worth knowing more about the tradition of departure.IndholdsoversigtIntroductionPer Andersen, Ditlev Tamm and Helle VogtHow Nordic are the Old Nordic Laws?Ditlev TammThe Importance of Classical Canon Lawin Scandinavia in the 12th and 13th CenturiesPeter LandauThe Germanic Character of the Oldest Lawsof the Low CountriesDirk HeirbautSome Dark Aspects of Ius CommuneMario AscheriThe Nordic Medieval Laws in the Legal Historyof the 17th and the 18th CenturiesLars BjörnePope Alexander III and the Danish Laws of InheritanceMichael H. GeltingThree Kingdoms, Three Laws, One IdeologyA Starting Point RevisitedPer AndersenProperty and Land Tenancy in Norwegian Medieval Lawsand the European Learned LawTore IversenThe Concept of KinshipAccording to the West Nordic Medieval LawsLars Ivar HansenOn Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction and the Reception of Canon Lawin the Swedish Provincial Laws Mia KorpiolaNordic Medieval Laws RevisitedKjell Å. ModéerContributors
- 11. Maj 2011