The article discusses the secular and ecclesiastical justice in Late Anglo-Saxon England, highlighting the understanding homilist and legislator Wulfstan, archbishop of York. Topics include objectives behind judicial punishment, secular and ecclesiastical justice and episcopal participation in lawmaking.
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University of Chicago Press
Marafioti, N. (2019). Secular and ecclesiastical justice in late Anglo-Saxon England. Speculum: A Journal for Medieval Studies, 94(3), 774–805. doi: 10.1086/703556
Speculum: A Journal for Medieval Studies
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