The Leges Henrici Primi or Laws of Henry I is a legal treatise, written in about 1115, that records the legal customs of medieval England in the reign of King Henry I of England. Although it is not an official document, it was written by someone apparently associated with the royal administration. It lists and explains the laws, and includes explanations of how to conduct legal proceedings. Although its title implies that these laws were issued by King Henry, it lists laws issued by earlier monarchs that were still in force in Henry's reign; the only law of Henry that is included is the coronation charter he issued at the start of his reign. It covers a diverse range of subjects, including ecclesiastical cases, treason, murder, theft, feuds, assessment of danegeld, and the amounts of judic

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  • El Leges Henrici Primi, también llamadas Leyes de Enrique I, es un tratado legal, escrito alrededor de 1115, que registra las costumbres legales de la Inglaterra medieval en el reinado del rey Enrique I. Aunque no es un documento oficial, fue escrito por alguien aparentemente asociado con la administración real. Enumera y explica las leyes e incluye explicaciones sobre cómo llevar a cabo procedimientos legales. Aunque su título implica que estas leyes fueron emitidas por el rey Enrique, enumera las leyes emitidas por monarcas anteriores que aún estaban vigentes en el reinado de Enrique; la única ley de Enrique que se incluye es la «carta de coronación» que emitió al comienzo de su reinado. Cubre una amplia gama de temas, incluidos casos eclesiásticos, traición, asesinato, robo, enfrentamientos, evaluación denegadas y las cantidades de multas judiciales. La obra está dispuesta en seis manuscritos que abarcan desde alrededor del año 1200 hasta alrededor del 1330, pertenecientes a dos tradiciones diferentes de manuscritos. Además de los seis manuscritos supervivientes, otros tres fueron conocidos por los estudiosos en los siglos XVII y XVIII, pero no han sobrevivido hasta nuestros días. Otras dos copias separadas también pueden haber existido. El trabajo completo se imprimió por primera vez en 1644, pero una edición parcial anterior apareció en 1628. El Leges es el primer tratado legal en la historia de Inglaterra, y se le atribuye el mayor efecto sobre las opiniones de la ley inglesa antes del reinado del rey Enrique II que cualquier otro trabajo de este tipo. (es)
  • The Leges Henrici Primi or Laws of Henry I is a legal treatise, written in about 1115, that records the legal customs of medieval England in the reign of King Henry I of England. Although it is not an official document, it was written by someone apparently associated with the royal administration. It lists and explains the laws, and includes explanations of how to conduct legal proceedings. Although its title implies that these laws were issued by King Henry, it lists laws issued by earlier monarchs that were still in force in Henry's reign; the only law of Henry that is included is the coronation charter he issued at the start of his reign. It covers a diverse range of subjects, including ecclesiastical cases, treason, murder, theft, feuds, assessment of danegeld, and the amounts of judicial fines. The work survives in six manuscripts that range in date from about 1200 to around 1330, belonging to two different manuscript traditions. Besides the six surviving manuscripts, three others were known to scholars in the 17th and 18th centuries, but have not survived to the present day. Two other separate copies may also have existed. The complete work itself was first printed in 1644, but an earlier partial edition appeared in 1628. The Leges is the first legal treatise in English history, and has been credited with having the greatest effect on the views of English law before the reign of King Henry II than any other work of its kind. (en)
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  • El Leges Henrici Primi, también llamadas Leyes de Enrique I, es un tratado legal, escrito alrededor de 1115, que registra las costumbres legales de la Inglaterra medieval en el reinado del rey Enrique I. Aunque no es un documento oficial, fue escrito por alguien aparentemente asociado con la administración real. Enumera y explica las leyes e incluye explicaciones sobre cómo llevar a cabo procedimientos legales. Aunque su título implica que estas leyes fueron emitidas por el rey Enrique, enumera las leyes emitidas por monarcas anteriores que aún estaban vigentes en el reinado de Enrique; la única ley de Enrique que se incluye es la «carta de coronación» que emitió al comienzo de su reinado. Cubre una amplia gama de temas, incluidos casos eclesiásticos, traición, asesinato, robo, enfrentam (es)
  • The Leges Henrici Primi or Laws of Henry I is a legal treatise, written in about 1115, that records the legal customs of medieval England in the reign of King Henry I of England. Although it is not an official document, it was written by someone apparently associated with the royal administration. It lists and explains the laws, and includes explanations of how to conduct legal proceedings. Although its title implies that these laws were issued by King Henry, it lists laws issued by earlier monarchs that were still in force in Henry's reign; the only law of Henry that is included is the coronation charter he issued at the start of his reign. It covers a diverse range of subjects, including ecclesiastical cases, treason, murder, theft, feuds, assessment of danegeld, and the amounts of judic (en)
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