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The Principle of the Personality of Law in the Germanic Kingdoms of Western Europe from the Fifth to the Eleventh Century


Simeon L. Guterman

Contents: Beginning in the fifth century with a dual system which recognized Roman law for Romans and Germanic law for the ruling people, the principle of personality was extended under Frankish rule until it included the majority of Germanic tribes.
So far as the author is aware, the only study devoted to the subject was published in a French journal in 1894.