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The laws of Ethelbert of Kent

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Laws were first written down by Christian scribes. It was the king's power that enforced them. These are the laws of Ethelbert of Kent, drawn up about 602AD. This copy dates from the 12th century.

20th Aug 2006 by Diane Earl


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