'Of Laws of Ships and Shipmen': Medieval Maritime Law and Its Practice in Urban Northern Europe

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Aberdeen City Archive (ACA)

ACR, Ms. Council, Bailie and Guild Court Book I Michaelmas 1398 to 18 April 1407.

ACR, Ms. Council, Bailie and Guild Court Book II Michaelmas 1408 to September 1414.

ACR, Ms. Council, Bailie and Guild Court Book IV 11 January 1433/4 to 28 February 1447/8.

ACR, Ms. Council and Bailie Court Register V.i. 1 April 1448 to 27 August 1468.

ACR, Ms. Guild Court Register V.ii. 30 September 1441 to 26 April 1465. ACR, Ms. Council, Bailie and Guild Court Register VI 14 November 1466 to 30 December 1486.

ACR, Ms. Council, Bailie and Guild Court Register VII 1 February 1486/7 to 25 September 1501.


Archiv der Hansestadt Lübeck (AHL)

Hs. 753, Copiarius.

ASA Kanzlei, NStB (Urschrift) 1430–1451 Pantaleonis.

ASA Kanzlei, NStB (Urschrift) 1451–1465 Palmarum.

ASA Kanzlei, NStB (Urschrift) 1465–1475.

ASA Kanzlei, NStB (Reinschrift) 1481–1488.

ASA Kanzlei, NStB (Reinschrift) 1489–1495.

ASA Kanzlei, NStB (Reinschrift) 1496–1500.


Archiwum Państwowe Gdańsk (APG)

300, 27/2, Missivarum liber 1431–1438.

300, 27/3, Missivarum liber 1436–1449.

300, 27/4, Missivarum liber 1440–1448.

300, 27/6, Copie literarum missilium 1455–1470.

300, 27/7, Liber missivarum 1489–1508.

300, 59/1, Ksiegi miejskie i libri memorandorum 1422–1424.

300, 59/2, Stadtbuch 1294, 1375–1427.

300, 59/3, Stadtbuch 1380–1402.

300, 59/4, Stadtbuch 1402–1415.

300, 59/4a, Stadtbuch 1425–1426.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Tables and Maps vi
  • Abbreviations vii
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1- A History of Maritime Law in Northern Europe 6
  • 2- Shipwreck, Jettison and Ship Collision in Maritime Law 27
  • 3- The Five Towns Introduced 53
  • 4- Written Law- Urban Collections of Sea Law 81
  • 5- Written Law- Local Developments in Lawmaking 110
  • 6- Legal Practice- The Administration of Maritime Justice 144
  • 7- Legal Practice- Maritime Proceedings at the Urban Courts 166
  • Final Conclusions 199
  • Bibliography 202
  • Index 216
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