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    Lex Frisionum

    The Lex Frisionum is the Frisian book of law. It was recorded 12 centuries ago, during the reign of Charlemagne.

    This site offers information about the contents and the origin of the Lex.
    Four webpages contain the full original text of Lex Frisionum (in Latin) plus a translation into English (© Kees Nieuwenhuijsen).

    The conversion of fine amounts into silver pennies has been done by Dr. D.J. Henstra.

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    Lex Frisionum: The Frisian Book of Law

    The Lex Frisionum is the Frisian book of law. It was recorded 12 centuries ago, during the reign of Charlemagne.

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