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Rachel Stone
Charles West

legal system and sought to uncover it through law codes and other normative sources. 155 Instead, emphasis has turned to law in practice: how disputes were settled flexibly, drawing on a variety of judicial and extrajudicial means of actions and influenced more by general norms than specific laws. 156 De divortio should be interpreted in a similar way: it is not

in The divorce of King Lothar and Queen Theutberga
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Janet Hamilton
Bernard Hamilton
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Yuri Stoyanov

. 4 Death had been a penalty for heresy in the law code of Justinian, the basis of Byzantine law. 5 These five patriarchates, in the view of the Orthodox, made up the universal Church. 6 The councils of Nicaea I (325), Constantinople

in Christian dualist heresies in the Byzantine world c. 650–c. 1450