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She compares the relevant passage of several sixth- and eighth-century editions of the original law code of the Salian Franks, none of which mention the crown.
7) Like all classical law codes, the new French code emphasized the nature of the crime, not the criminal.
It came down to us through Las Siete Partidas, the great law code of Spain, and Mestas Ordinanzas of Spain and Mexico, which established the land-use law that governs in the western United States today.
The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) believed Di Canio's controversial gesture during Lazio's 3-1 win over the Giallorossi on January 6 was a breach of Article One of Italian sporting law code.
Ironically, Hammurabi is depicted being given his famous law code by Shamash, the Babylonian sun god, meaning that the sole depiction of a deity at the high court is a Pagan god.
He unites all the city-states under one kingdom and introduces his own law code.
Another example is from India where secularism has been interpreted by Hindu fundamentalists as requiring all citizens to abide by a uniform state law code (which is in fact based on Hindu norms); the protection of minority (here Muslim) rights is dismissed as appeasement and violation of the constitution.
She urged the government to adopt a law code that would protect them from abuse and regulate adoptions to eliminate trafficking in children.
those who will not acknowledge Jehovah as the ultimate authority behind the civil law code which the magistrate is enforcing would be punished and repressed," wrote Bahnsen.
In the Louvre, a slab of black diorite presents the law code of King Hammurabi of Babylon (1792-1750 BCE).
He ended exclusive aristocratic control of the government, substituted a system of control by the wealthy, and introduced a new and more humane law code.