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Published on July 9, 2009

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Presentation for Leeds International Medieval Congres, July 2009, session 326: 'Wounds II: Judicial, Religious, and Surgical Sources'.

Categorising Wounds in the Old Frisian Compensation Tariffs Han Nijdam

9. Festslek: fiower penningar. 27. Tua are of: tuelef merk. 28. En are of: sex merk. 40. Nose al ofesnithen: en thrimen lif. 45. Oppa thet haud eslein, thettet blot et sinne nosem vtrenne: eider nosterlen thre scillingar.

Lex Frisionum Compensation Tariffs 1 sipido 1 inseptha 2 smelido 2 smelinge 3 liduwagi 3 lithwei 4 wlitivam 4 wlitewemmelse 5 si manus abscisa terram cadens tetigerit 5 gersfel / gersfellich 6 ut nec frigus nec calorem pro vulneris impatientia suffere possit 6 hete and kelde 7 ossa de vulnere 7 benis utgong

Embodied Honour or Mund and Were • 1. Physical Body • 2. Social Body – Land, House, Siblings, Gold • 3. Political Body – Wife, Cattle, Servants, Textile, Silver

Types of wounds • 1 slek • 1 simple blow • 2 blodresne • 2 drawing blood • 3 metedolch • 3 flesh wound • 4 kerf / skredene • 4 cut • 5 inreth / • 5 penetrating wound thruchgungand dolch • 6 damage to bones • 6 benbreke and lithwei and joints • 7 lamethe • 7 paralysis • 8 gersfel • 8 amputation

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