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Insularité -altérité La place de l'étranger dans l'Irlande du haut Moyen Âge

Abstract : In a politically fragmented Gentile society like that of early Ireland, foreigners do not take part in the firmly established family solidarity system. That is, in any case, what legal tracts suggest, underlining their legal incapacity. This incapacity, however, does not prevent them from being absorbed by a kinship and ultimately tolerated. From the end of the 8th century onwards, things changed when the hostile North men arrived in large numbers. It can then be observed that even if they manage to establish themselves permanently, they end-up never integrating into the Irish society.
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Christophe Archan, Olivier Viron. Insularité -altérité La place de l'étranger dans l'Irlande du haut Moyen Âge. Droit et Cultures - Revue internationale interdisciplinaire, CHAD (UPN), Association Droit et Cultures, L'Harmattan, 2018, L'étranger et le droit. ⟨hal-02332324⟩



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