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

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Index
Aachen, 121
abandon, 29–30, 31, 52, 122, 159–60, 169, 171–3, 177
Abel of Denmark, 58
Åbenra, 11
Aberdeen, xiii, 3, 5, 53–8, 75–80, 81–8, 108–9, 145–6, 154–7, 164, 166, 167–8, 175–6, 177–8, 182–4, 186–8, 194–8, 199–201
alderman, 56
arbitration, 155
assize, 145, 154–7, 167–8, 175, 182, 183, 187
bailie court, 56, 145, 155, 157, 164, 175, 182, 183, 188, 199
bailies, 56, 80, 85
burgh court, 56, 64, 156
council, 56, 80, 119, 145
dean of guild, 56, 57
guild, 56, 175–6
guild court, 56, 145
head court, 56
provost see alderman
sheriff, 80
statutory rights, 80
town community, 56
see also Old Aberdeen
Adolf II of Schauenburg, count of Holstein, 61
Adolf III, count of Holstein, 62n
Albert I, bishop of Riga, 66
Alt-Lübeck, 61; see also Lübeck
Alt-Stettin, 147, 149, 153–4; see also Stettin
Amsterdam, 4, 61n, 144n, 146–7, 173
anchor, 10, 31, 35, 45, 48, 121–2, 123, 186, 194
Anklam, 64
Antwerp, 58
Aquitaine, 11–12
Arnemuiden, 156, 175
average
general, 3, 13, 15, 18, 20, 25, 31–46, 51, 178–87; see also cutting of mast, jettison
particular, 31, 32
petty, 31, 32
Balfour, James, 82n, 87
Bannatyne, John, 84
Bardewik, Albrecht von, 18, 45, 93, 95, 129–32, 136, 142, 195
beach robbery, 145n
Belt, Little or Great, 178
Bergen, 9, 146, 168
Bergen op Zoom, 58
Bergen Town Law, 9–10, 30, 36, 38, 44, 47
Berwick, 54
bills of exchange, 8
Bjarkeyjar réttr, 9
Bjärköarätten, 10, 40, 44
Bohemia, 70, 100
Boizenburg, Jordan von, 18
Bolsward, 179
Bordeaux, xiii, 112
Borgarthing, 9
Bornholm, 173
bottomry, 15
Bourgneuf, Bay of, 7
Braunsberg, 74
Braunschweig, 170
Bremen, 19, 95n, 144n
Brielle, 61n
Brittany, 11
Bruges, 12, 17, 57, 58, 65, 74, 76, 77, 80
Burgundy, duke of, 61
Byczyna, Konrad of, 104
carelessness, 33, 47n, 48, 185–6
Charles V, emperor, 61
ordinance of (1551), 31n
Charles V of France, 12n
charter party, 8, 9, 10, 86, 156, 168, 174
Christopher I of Denmark, 68, 97
Codex Hammurabi, 46n
collision see ship collision

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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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