Amalfian Laws

The Amalfian Laws are a code of maritime laws compiled in the 12th century in Amalfi, a town in Italy.

They took the form of the Tabula Amalfitana (Amalfi's Board), and were for centuries the international mercantile code accepted and taken as a model.


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