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Bracton Online

If you are not a student of medieval law, you might not be familiar with the work of Henry of Bratton (Henricus de Brattona or Bractona). Bratton was a judge of the court known as coram rege, which later became known as the King's Bench, in the 1250's. He is best known for writing the extended treatise, "De legibus et consuetudinibus Angliae", which translated means, "On the Laws and Customs of...
The Making of Charlemagne's Europe

For researchers and instructors of medieval European history, the Making of Charlemagne's Europe is a database of primary source material that provides insight into Europe under the rule of Charlemagne (768- 814 AD). This database, which was created by the Department of History and the Department of Digital Humanities at King's College London, has two main aims. The first is to "offer a single,...