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A Late Medieval Jury

Following the Norman Conquest of 1066, there was considerable overlap between the laws and customs of medieval Normandy and England. Medieval collections of the customary laws of Normandy are therefore especially valuable for understanding the history of English law. One custom that was widely practiced on both sides of the English Channel was the use of a grand jury, as illustrated in this fifteenth-century manuscript.
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