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Authoritative Works on Storish Law

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Your High Holiness,

 

The most authoritative works on Storish Law are:

 

"Commentaries on the Laws and Customs of Stormark" by Lady Astrid Sólareyjarsdottir, Bloodroyal and Ærkejarla of the Rose Cape;

 

"Reflections on the Storish Constitution" by Vilhjálm Kormak, Jarl of the Longships Islands;

 

"Institutes of the Laws of Stormark" by Lady Aoife the Celt, Krónjarla of Stormark;

 

"Treatise on the Ancient Rights of Man" by (the late) Sir Raudúlfr Bloodhelm, the Jarl of Old Haldarsvik;

 

"Treatise on the Laws and Customs of the High Realm of Stormark" by Lady Gudrun Eriksdottir, the Jarla of the Vesterålen; and

"Treatise on the Laws and Customs of Ancient Valtia" by Harald Freyjugjöf the Generous Giver, the High King of Stormark.

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Your High Holiness,

 

The most authoritative works on Storish Law are:

 

"Commentaries on the Laws and Customs of Stormark" by Lady Astrid Sólareyjarsdottir, Bloodroyal and Ærkejarla of the Rose Cape;

 

"Reflections on the Storish Constitution" by Vilhjálm Kormak, Jarl of the Longships Islands;

 

"Institutes of the Laws of Stormark" by Lady Aoife the Celt, Krónjarla of Stormark;

 

"Treatise on the Ancient Rights of Man" by (the late) Sir Raudúlfr Bloodhelm, the Jarl of Old Haldarsvik;

 

"Treatise on the Laws and Customs of the High Realm of Stormark" by Lady Gudrun Eriksdottir, the Jarla of the Vesterålen; and

 

"Treatise on the Laws and Customs of Ancient Valtia" by Harald Freyjugjöf the Generous Giver, the High King of Stormark.

 

A High Priestess wonders which of the above authoritative works on Storish Law Jarl Vilhjálm should like to read?

 

(Of course, except for Reflections on the Storish Constitution.) ;)

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