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Fuero juzgo en lat?n y castellano, cotejado con los m?s antiguos y preciosos c?dices por la Real Academia Espa?ola.

Visigoths. Laws, statutes, etc.

Published by Por Ibarra, Madrid, 1815
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The best pre-20th century edition: Edited by scholars of the Spanish Royal Academy. The Fuero juzgo (in Latin, Forum judicum) is, basically, the customary law of the Visigoths of Spain that existed and was maintained outside of and in parallel with the Leges romanae, the Fuero juzgo being the code to which German-origin Spaniards were liable and the Leges roman? that to which inhabitants of pre-Visigothic origin had to answer. The Visigoths achieved the code in written form during the high middle ages. As a social and historical document of medieval Spain, the Fuero juzgo is of outstanding importance, but its significance does not stop there, for the code continued unrepealed into the 19th century and, indeed, was an important element in the formation of the legal status of the Indians of America under the Spanish rule. The verso of the seventh unnumbered leaf at the beginning of this edition has an engraved facsimile of a page from the Codex murcianus of the Fuero juzgo. Folio (34.2 cm, 13.5"). [7] ff., pp. [iii], iv?liv, [2] ff., X, 162 pp., [2] ff., XVI, 231, [1] pp. Palau 95528. Original printed wrappers with a little tattering and a small chip from the base of the spine; light waterstaining in the outside margins of some leaves and title-page with some staining in the inside margin, not affecting printed area. Wrappers, edges, first and last leaves with smoke discoloration; many upper margins with intrusion of same. Bookseller Inventory # 3312

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Title: Fuero juzgo en lat?n y castellano, cotejado ...

Publisher: Por Ibarra, Madrid

Publication Date: 1815

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