salic law

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Bruce S

 

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November 4, 2013

 

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If he did not follow this procedure then he had to pay 2500 denarii. If the man fulfilled the tasks according to the law then he would give three solidi and one denarius to whoever the ring money belonged to. First it would go to the nephew and if there was no nephew then it would be given to the eldest son of the niece...
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If there was no niece's son then it would be passed down to the son of an aunt. This process of finding a man to receive the money followed until the sixth generation. If there was no man beyond the sixth generation then the ring money was confiscated by the public treasury. This idea of the ring money only going to the men of the family portrayed that women were not seen as financially responsible...
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