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The Legal Triads of Medieval Wales

The law manuscripts of medieval Wales not only explain the historically unique Welsh legal system, but they also stand as works of surprising literary merit. The Legal Triads of Medieval Wales is the first full-length study devoted to the exploration of the legal triads—educational and mnemonic sentences for almost every aspect of medieval Welsh law that collect things in groups of three.  A must for any reader interested in the workings of medieval law, this volume offers a fully edited and translated text of the triads, as well as their literary and legal context.

352 pages | 6 1/4 x 9 1/4 | © 2007

History: British and Irish History

Law and Legal Studies: Legal History


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Table of Contents

Preface
 
Abbreviations and Conventions
 
Introduction
 
The Triads in X, Cotton Cleopatra Bv
 
Triads in Other Cyfnerth Manuscripts
 
The Triads in Q, NLW Wynnstay 36
 
Notes
 
Appendix 1. Triads in the Additional Collection in K and S
 
Appendix 2. Triads from the Latin Texts
 
Appendix 3. Additional Triads from Other Law Manuscripts
 
Conspectuses
 
List of Triads
 
Glossary
 
Bibliography
 
Index to the Triads
 
Index to the Notes

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