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Kingship And Law In The Middle Ages

by Kern

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“Professor Kern's avowed purpose is to study certain common factors in the constitutional history of Western Europe in the early Middle Ages, roughly from the fifth to the twelfth and early fourteenth centuries. He . . . seeks the common ideas underlying the various national manifestations of the same things, such as monarchy, law, and the constitution in general. In the first of these studies, he devotes himself . . . to the history of the idea of Western monarchy in general, and the same may be said of his treatment of the ideas of law and constitution in the second study. . . . [He] refrains from limiting his attention to merely institutional history and seeks rather the ideas fundamental to the very existence of governmental institutions.”–from the introduction by S. B. Chrimes

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Text: English, German (translation)



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