Liber Horn

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Liber Horn is a book completed in 1311 by Andrew Horn. The National Archives (the official archive of the UK government) describes it as "a compilation of charters, statutes and customs".[1] It is thought to have been a compilation of two separate books: De Veteribus Legibus Angliae and De Statutes. The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography describes it as "the most comprehensive of all statute collections".[2][3] Portions of Liber Horn were reproduced in Statutes of the Realm, Volume 1.[4]

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  1. ^ https://search.lma.gov.uk/scripts/mwimain.dll/144/LMA_OPAC/web_detail/REFD+COL~2FCS~2F01~2F002?SESSIONSEARCH#?c=0&m=0&s=0&cv=0&z=-0.6708%2C-0.0248%2C2.163%2C1.5426
  2. ^ The National Archives
  3. ^ Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
  4. ^ Gwen Seabourne (2003). Royal regulation of loans and sales in medieval England: monkish superstition and civil tyranny. Boydell Press. p. 76. ISBN 978-1-84383-022-1. Retrieved 12 February 2012.

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