Laws of Early Iceland, Gragas I
The laws of Mediaeval Iceland provide detailed and fascinating insight into the society that produced the Icelandic sagas. Known collectively as Gragas (Greygoose), this great legal code offers a wealth of information about early European legal systems and the society of the Middles Ages. This first translation of Gragas is in two volumes.
“An amazing social document…”
– American Journal of Legal History
“Scandinavian scholars will one and all hail the appearance of this work.”
– Scandinavian-American Bulletin
About the Authors
Andrew Dennis taught English at the University of Iceland and both English and Law at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch.
Peter Foote was of Old Icelandic at University College London.
Richard Perkins was a lecturer in Norse Studies at University College London.
- Laws of Early Iceland, Gragas I
- Andrew Dennis (Translator), Peter Foote (Translator), Richard Perkins (Translator)
- Published January 2007, 281 pages
- Paper, ISBN: 9780887556951, 6 × 9, $44.95
- Topic(s): History, Icelandic Studies, Law, Social History, Translation
- Part of the U of M Press series: University of Manitoba Icelandic Studies