Tair Colofn Cyfraith: The Three Columns of Law in Medieval Wales, Homicide, Theft and Fire (Bangor, 2007)


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Contents

D. Jenkins, ‘Crime and Tort and the Three Columns of Law’, 1-25.

T. M. Charles-Edwards, ‘The Three Columns: A Comparative Perspective’, 26-59.

P. Russell, ‘The Arrangement and Development of the Three Columns Tractate’, 60-91.

T. M. Charles-Edwards, ‘The Galanas Tractate in Iorwerth: Texts and the Legal Development’, 92-107.

T. M. Charles-Edwards, ‘The Welsh Law of Theft: Iorwerth v the Rest’, 108-130.

M. E. Owen, ‘Tân: the Welsh Law of Arson and Negligent Burning’, 131-145.

P. Russell, ‘Y Naw Affaith: Aiding and Abetting in Welsh Law’, 146-170.

M. E. Owen, ‘The Excerpta de Libris Romanorum et Francorum and Welsh Law’, 171-195.

Texts:

D. Huws, ‘The Manuscripts’, 196-212.

P. Russell, ‘Latin D’, 213-237.

M. E. Owen, ‘Cyfnerth Manuscript X’, 238-257.

T. M. Charles-Edwards, ‘Iorwerth Manuscript E (and B)’, 258-307.



      




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