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

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Abbreviations

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ACAAberdeen City Archive
ACRAberdeen Council Register
Adv. Libr.Advocates Library (Edinburgh, now part of the collection of the NLS)
AHLArchiv der Hansestadt Lübeck
APGArchiwum Państwowe Gdańsk
APSThe Acts of the Parliaments of Scotland, eds T. Thomson and C. Innes, 12 volumes (Edinburgh 1814–75)
ASAAltes Senatsarchiv (Lübeck)
BRWBijdragen tot Regtsgeleerdheid en Wetgeving
Cod. Ord. Lub.Codex ordaliorum Lubecensium
Cod. Ord. Rev.Codex ordaliorum Revaliensis
GAKGemeentearchief Kampen
HGbllHansische Geschichtsblätter
HR 1Hanserecesse 1256–1430 (Leipzig 1870–97)
HR 2Hanserecesse 1431–1476, ed. Goswin Freiherr von der Ropp (Leipzig 1876–90)
HR 3Hanserecesse 1477–1530, eds Dietrich Schäfer and Friedrich Techen (Leipzig and Munich 1881–1913)
HUBHansisches Urkundenbuch, eds Konstantin Hohlbaum et al., 11 volumes (Halle etc. 1876–1939)
KBKoninklijke Bibliotheek (Bibliothèque Royale) Brussels
LECUBLiv-, Esth- und Curländisches Urkundenbuch, ed. Friedrich Georg von Bunge, 15 volumes (Reval 1853–1914)
LQBLeges Quatuor Burgorum (Scotland); APS, 1, 333–56
LRULübecker Ratsurteile, ed. Wilhelm Ebel, 4 volumes (Göttingen 1955–67)
LUBLübeckisches Urkundenbuch, 11 volumes (Lübeck 1843–1905)
NKWouter Nijhoff and M. E. Kronenberg, Nederlandsche bibliographie van 1500 tot 1540 (The Hague 1923–71)
NLSNational Library of Scotland
NStBNiederstadtbuch (Lübeck)
OAOud Archief (Kampen)
RARechterlijk Archief (Kampen)

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Table of contents

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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