Law as profession and practice in medieval europe essays in honor of james a brundage kindle edition by melodie harris eichbauer melodie harris ms eichbauer kenneth professor pennington download it once and read it on your kindle device pc phones or tablets use features like bookmarks note taking and highlighting while reading law as profession and practice in medieval europe . This volume brings together a set of papers by international scholars distinguished in their own right in honor of james brundage each contribution corresponds to an important focus of brundages own work the connection between the development of medieval legal thought and constitutional ideas is the theme that marks the first section while the second centres on the growth of the legal . The authors present the complex field of medieval canon law in a way that is accessible to a general audience a fitting tribute to a scholar who has tried to make medieval canon law accessible to historians with little background in law lawyers with little background in history and even to undergraduates. Get this from a library law as profession and practice in medieval europe essays in honor of james a brundage kenneth pennington melodie harris eichbauer james a brundage this volume brings together papers by a group of scholars distinguished in their own right in honour of james brundage the essays are organized into four sections each corresponding to an . The contributions of jonathan riley smith and robert somerville in the fourth section round out the volume and are devoted to brundages path breaking work on medieval law and the crusading movement the volume also includes a comprehensive bibliography of brundages work
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