Leges Henrici

Leges Henrici

[Latin, Laws of Henry.] A book written between 1114 and 1118 containing Anglo-Saxon and Norman law. It is an invaluable source of knowledge of the period preceding the full development of the Norman law.

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The effect of these arguments is to put the Leges Edwardi back at the centre of interpretation of twelfth-century law, a position from which they have been excluded by the accusations of weakness levelled against other sets of Leges, notably the Leges Henrici Primi.