Cultural Roots of Indo-European Systems of Law and Equity:

     Modern Constitutional law in large part derived from the following forms of jurisprudence:

Roman “Civil Republic” – a “fixed body of statutes” designed to eliminate crime & secure individual rights.

Royal Scottish Masonic (Eastern Orthodox Byzantine Roman Empire) Confederated State Colonial “Admiralty Law” – international law of commercial maritime trade.

Anglo-Saxon (Germanic) “Common Law” – body of royal decrees, customs, and judicial decisions based on moral reason instead of statutes or constitutions. 

Laws of the Barbarians – customary laws of Germanic tribes during the Middle Ages.

  • Salic Law – principal compilation of early Germanic law known as “laws of the barbarians.”
  • Law of the Visigoths – early 6th century code of Roman law applied to Hispano-Roman and Gallo-Roman peoples ruled by the Germanic Visigoths.
  • Law of the Burgundians – the law of the (Germanic) Burgundians, first published about AD. 495. [1]


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[1]: Black’s Law Dictionary Deluxe Tenth Edition by Henry Campbell Black, Editor in Chief Bryan A. Garner. ISBN: 978-0-314-61300-4


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