Rothari


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Rothari

 

Born circa A.D. 606; died 652. King of the Lombards from 636.

Rothari waged war against the Byzantines and conquered Liguria (including Genoa in 641) and territory along the Adriatic Sea. In 643 he published his code of civil and criminal law, known as Rothari’s Edict.

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Hoc si quis mendacium et non rei existimat veritatem, relegat prologum edicti, quem rex Rothari de Langobardorum legibus conposuit, et pene in omnibus hoc codicibus, sicut nos in hac historiola inseruimus, scriptum repperiet.
In these respects the ET is similar to other important legal compilations like the Visigothic Breviary of Alaric (506) and the much later Edict of the Lombard king Rothari (643), which together formed a distinctive western legal culture in the aftermath of Rome's demise.
1) A lingua do edito de Rothari, que data de 643, e muito mais carregado de tracos vulgares.
In 643, the Lombard king Rothari issued a code of law which, although written in Latin, derived from the old Germanic customary laws of the Lombard tribe.
o Edit de Rothari, 186 mulier ipsa licentiam habeat.