Within the study on "The transformation of the Roman world" quite little realization has been paid to the transformation of early medieval peoples and the improvement in their groups into kingdoms, and we lack a comparative learn in this topic. the purpose of this quantity is, for that reason, to check the connection among gens and regnum through systematically evaluating the "Germanic" and non-Germanic successor states of the Roman Empire, a question that ends up in vital effects concerning the position of ethnic tactics and of political advancements within the formation of the recent kingdoms.
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23–39; but also Collins, Early Medieval Spain, pp. 115–29, for more crudely political motivations. H. Lynch, Saint Braulio, Bishop of Saragossa (631–51). His Life and Writings (Washington DC 1938) pp. 137–40. 58 Lex Vis. 1,2,2; 2,1,4; cf. 2,1,2: Quod tam regia potestas quam populorum universitas legum reverentie sit subiecta. 59 Cf. Codex Theodosianus 8,1,1,6 (Gesta Senatus). 60 Nor was Romanization all that was involved. Some clauses in Rothari’s Edict already look like ad hoc responses to particular pressures; with much of his successors’ legislation, this is quite clear.
200 solidi [. ] But if anyone kill him who is in the lord’s trust [truste dominica] [. ] let him be liable for [. ] 600 solidi [. ] But if a Roman man, a guest of the king [Romanus homo, conviva regis] should have been killed, let him be liable for [. ] 300 solidi. But if a Roman man, a landholder [Romanus homo, possessor] should have been killed, let him who is proved to have killed him be liable for [. ] 100 solidi. If anyone kill a Roman tributary [tributarium] [. ] let him be liable for [.
Constitutiones Extravagantes 20, ed. R. von Salis, MGH LL nationum Germanicarum 2,1 (Hannover 1892) [henceforth: Const. ]. Lib. Const. 42; 52; 62; 76; 79 and Const. Extr. 20 bear their own dates, Lib. Const. 42; 76 and 79 being apparently laws of Gundobad. Among topics covered in n. 10, cf. on injustice: Lib. Const. 1 and Cod. , pp. 28; 31–2 for probable fragments of the Codex Euricianus, with Lex Visigothorum, ed. K. Zeumer, MGH LL nationum Germanicarum 1 (Hannover 1902) pp. : Cod. Eur. 276–277; 312; Lib.
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