The legislations is a cultural phenomenon that affects mainly normative process of a civilisation and eventually its middle values. it really is a part of and at the same time protector of those values. As such the legislations is in shut relation with identification and with certainly one of its major transmitters - the language. each civilisation has a legislations code that are supposed to be universal to all its elements and contributors and will be in response to a standard lexis. This booklet provides a case learn within the criminal terminology of mediaeval Bulgaria displayed opposed to the wider historical past of the Byzantine civilisation to which the rustic belonged. it truly is observed via a thesaurus of the juridical lexis that's not simply an instance yet varieties the very foundation of the researc undertaking.

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