HIST 123 - Origins of Modern LawSemester Hours: 3
Roman, Canon, Germanic Customary, Feudal and English Common Law. Moved by the needs of an expanding and evolving society, Europeans of the 11th through 13th centuries created new legal systems. They drew on the legal wisdom of the ancient Romans and on the written and unwritten traditions of the early middle ages. The legal systems they created gave shape and direction to the society of early Europe, still observable in the modern world, especially in Europe and America.
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