La loi ripuaire, ou Ripuaria Lex, est un recueil de droit germanique datant du VIIe siècle, qui est supposé être la loi des Francs ripuaires, mais qui est en fait un code du royaume d'Austrasie. Il est en grande partie à l'origine de la loi saxonne (en) que Charlemagne édicta pour les Saxons en 802.

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  • La loi ripuaire, ou Ripuaria Lex, est un recueil de droit germanique datant du VIIe siècle, qui est supposé être la loi des Francs ripuaires, mais qui est en fait un code du royaume d'Austrasie. Il est en grande partie à l'origine de la loi saxonne (en) que Charlemagne édicta pour les Saxons en 802. La loi ripuaire apparait vers 630 à Cologne et est décrite comme un développement tardif des lois franques connues sous le nom de loi salique.
  • De Lex Ripuaria of Ripuarische wet is een Germaans wetboek uit de zevende eeuw.
  • Рипуарская правда — одна из так называемых варварских правд, памятник обычного права рипуарских франков (одно из германских племен). Создавалась с VI по VIII век и отражает древние судебные обычаи для установления истины — ордалии, судебный поединок и некоторые другие, архаический суд, а также королевское законодательство (в основном в период правления короля Дагоберта (629—639), а также начавшееся имущественное расслоение, появление частной собственности на землю и установление зависимости крестьян, укрепление королевской власти и усиление позиций церкви.
  • The Lex Ripuaria is a 7th-century collection of Germanic law, the laws of the Ripuarian Franks. It is a major influence on the Lex Saxonum of AD 802. The Lex Ripuaria originated about 630 around Cologne and has been described as a later development of the Frankish laws known from Lex Salica.The 35 surviving manuscripts, as well as those now lost which served as the basis of the old editions, do not go back beyond the time of Charlemagne. In all these MSS. the text is identical, but it is a revised text - in other words, we have only a lex emendata. On analysis, the law of the Ripuarians, which contains 89 chapters, falls into three heterogeneous divisions. Chapters 1-31 consist of a scale of compositions; but, although the fines are calculated, not on the unit of 15 solidi, as in the Salic Law, but on that of 18 solidi, it is clear that this part is already influenced by the Salic Law. Chapters 32-64 are taken directly from the Salic Law; the provisions follow the same arrangement; the unit of the compositions is 15 solidi; but capitularies are interpolated relating to the affranchisement and sale of immovable property. Chapters 65-89 consist of provisions of various kinds, some taken from lost capitularies and from the Salic Law, and others of unknown origin.The compilation apparently goes back to the reign of Dagobert I (629-639), to a time when the power of the mayors of the palace was still minimal, since we read of a mayor being threatened with the death penalty for taking bribes in the course of his judicial duties. It is probable, however, that the first two parts are older than the third. Already in the Ripuarian Law the divergences from the old Germanic law are greater than in the Salic Law. In the Ripuarian Law a certain importance attaches to written deeds; the clergy are protected by a higher wergild: 600 solidi for a priest, and 900 for a bishop; on the other hand, more space is given to the cojuratores (sworn witnesses); and the appearance of the judicial duel is noted, which is not mentioned in the Salic Law.
  • Ley de los francos ripuarios, escrita y promulgada en el siglo VII (similar a la lex sálica de los francos sálicos). En esta "Ley" se tipifican los delitos de la época y la cuantía de la pena en "sueldos" (solidi).
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  • La loi ripuaire, ou Ripuaria Lex, est un recueil de droit germanique datant du VIIe siècle, qui est supposé être la loi des Francs ripuaires, mais qui est en fait un code du royaume d'Austrasie. Il est en grande partie à l'origine de la loi saxonne (en) que Charlemagne édicta pour les Saxons en 802.
  • De Lex Ripuaria of Ripuarische wet is een Germaans wetboek uit de zevende eeuw.
  • Ley de los francos ripuarios, escrita y promulgada en el siglo VII (similar a la lex sálica de los francos sálicos). En esta "Ley" se tipifican los delitos de la época y la cuantía de la pena en "sueldos" (solidi).
  • Рипуарская правда — одна из так называемых варварских правд, памятник обычного права рипуарских франков (одно из германских племен).
  • The Lex Ripuaria is a 7th-century collection of Germanic law, the laws of the Ripuarian Franks. It is a major influence on the Lex Saxonum of AD 802. The Lex Ripuaria originated about 630 around Cologne and has been described as a later development of the Frankish laws known from Lex Salica.The 35 surviving manuscripts, as well as those now lost which served as the basis of the old editions, do not go back beyond the time of Charlemagne. In all these MSS.
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