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6. Legal and constitutional history

ANDERSEN, E., The renaissance of legal science after the middle ages. The German historic school no bird Phenix. 16 essays. Copenhagen (The Hague) 1974

BOS, M., Old German law analogies in international law of the state, in: Melanges Ferand Dehousse. Paris-Bruxelles 1979, vol. I. 25-30

— Commercial Law and the American Volk: a note on Llewellyn’s German sources for the Uniform Commercial Code, 97 The Yale Law Journal 156-75, 1987

DU BOULAY, F.R.H., Law enforcement in Medieval Germany. 63 History 395-455 (1978)

GALE, S.G., A very German legal science: Savigny and the historical school. 18 Stanford Journal of International Law 123-146 (1982)

HERTZ, K.H., Luther and the law. 29 Hastings Law Journal 1505-1534 (1978)

HOUGHES, M., The Imperial Aulic Council (“Reichshofrat”) as guardian of mediate estates in the later Holy Roman Empire: some suggestions for further research, in: Herrschaftsverträge, Wahlkapitulationen, Fundamentalgesetze. Studies presented to the International Committee for the History of Representative and Parliamentary Institutions, 59. Göttingen 1977, 205-219

HUCKO, ELMAR M. (ed.) The democratic tradition: four German Constitutions, Leamington Spa (Warks.) 1987

KIRSCH, G., The jews in medieval Germany. A study of their legal and social status. 2nd ed. New York, N.Y., 1970

LANGBEIN, J.H., Prosecuting crime in the renaissance. England, Germany, France. Cambridge, Mass. 1974

— Torture and the law of proof: Europe and England in the ancien regime. Chicago 1977

LUIG, K., The institutes of national law in the seventeenth and eighteenth century. 17 Juridical Review (New Series) 193-226 (1972)

MITTEIS, H., The state in the Middle Ages. A comparative constitutional history of feudal Europe. Translated by H.F. ORTON. Amsterdam-Oxford-New York 1975 6 (North-Holland Medieval Translatitions, vol. 1)

MURRAY, A.C., Germanic kinship structure: studies in law and society in antiquity and the early Middle Ages. Toronto 1983

RAEFF, M., The well-ordered police state: social and institutional change through law in the Germanies and Russia. 1600-1800. New Haven 1983

REIMANN, M., Nineteenth century German legal science, 31 Boston College Law Review 837-97, 1990

ULLMANN, W., Law and politics in the Middle Ages. An introduction to the sources of medieval political ideas. Ithaca 1975

WEILL, H., Frederick the Great and Samuel von Cocceji. A study in the reform of the Prussian judicial administration 1740-1755. Madison, Wisc. 1961