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2018
1 Leslie-Jacobsen, Helen Frances.
How Innovative is Innovative? Adaptations of Norwegian Law in New Law Codes in Iceland and Norway from the Tenth to Thirteenth Centuries. European Society for Comparative Legal History; 2018-06-29
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2 Leslie-Jacobsen, Helen Frances.
Mangia godh thing: St. Birgitta at the Beginning of a Norwegian Law Manuscript. Literature and Religion Research Group Seminar; 2018-06-21
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3 Leslie-Jacobsen, Helen Frances.
Perspectives on Translating Medieval Law. I: Tradurre: un viaggio nel tempo. Edizioni Ca’ Foscari 2018 ISBN 9788869692505. s. 131-147
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4 Leslie-Jacobsen, Helen Frances.
St Bridget in a Norwegian Legal Manuscript: Codex Hardenbergensis. International Medieval Congress 2018; 2018-07-04
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5 Leslie-Jacobsen, Helen Frances.
Taking the Law West in the 9th to 13th Centuries. I vesterled – Westward Bound; 2018-10-17 - 2018-10-18
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6 Leslie-Jacobsen, Helen Frances.
The Self-Representation of King Magnus the Law-Mender in the Landslov of 1274. Kings & Queens 7. Ruling Sexualities: Sexuality, Gender & the Crown; 2018-07-10
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7 Leslie-Jacobsen, Helen Frances.
The 1604 Danish Translation of 13th-Century Norwegian Law. 17th International Saga Conference; 2018-08-17
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8 Leslie-Jacobsen, Helen Frances.
Transformations of Medieval Law: Innovation and Application in Early Modern Norwegian Law Books. Project Presentation.. Kakelunsj (LLE); 2018-04-27
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9 Leslie-Jacobsen, Helen Frances.
Transformations of Medieval Law: Ordering, Conveying and Updating Knowledge in Medieval and Early Modern Norwegian and Iceland Law Books, from 1274 to 1687. I vesterled – Westward Bound; 2018-10-17 - 2018-10-18
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