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By Ivan Biliarsky

The legislation is a cultural phenomenon that affects most of the time normative procedure of a civilisation and at last its middle values. it truly is a part of and concurrently protector of those values. As such the legislations is in shut relation with identification and with considered one of its major transmitters - the language. each civilisation has a legislations code that are supposed to be universal to all its components and contributors and may be in accordance with a typical lexis. This booklet provides a case examine within the felony terminology of mediaeval Bulgaria displayed opposed to the wider heritage of the Byzantine civilisation to which the rustic belonged. it's followed by means of a thesaurus of the juridical lexis that isn't merely an instance yet varieties the very foundation of the researc undertaking.

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160-1; Vasmer, I, p. 326). : "To dominate, to rule", Gr. E~OU

Subst. : Transliteration of the Greek word ~ap~apo<; with signification of"foreigner" and then od "barbarian" (BER, I, p. 119; Vasmer, I, p. : "Pagan", "Barbarian". Related to the status of the person. R~T~;x:rz.. (subst. )-Virg. : The word has its Turkic origins and come from the peoples of the Eurasian steppe. In the (Old) Russian speech "eamaza" = "tent", "home", "family", "clan" From this derives the meaning "head of the clan or of some group in general", "leader, commander". (Miklosich, Turkischen Elemente, II, p.

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