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Introduction / Per Andersen, Mia Münster-Swendsen and Helle Vogt Were the English ecclesiastical tribunals courts of law? / Richard H. Helmholz The Apostolic Penitentiary and domestic violence : the Apostolic Penitentiary in the Middle Ages and its historical records / Kirsi Salonen Marital economy and female naming practices in late medieval Germany / Christof Rolker Canonical legislation on incest and excommunication in sixth-century Gaul / Frederik Keygnaert Privates on parade : impotence cases as evidence for medieval gender / Frederik Pedersen School of life : learned law and the scholastic habitus / Helge Dedek Prosecuting and proving sexual infidelity at the court of King Arthur : the case of Guinevere v. Lanval / Stephen D. White Private life in canon law collections attributed to Bishop Ivo of Chartres / Bruce C. Brasington Civil custody as coercive measure in medieval law / Harry Dondorp Canon law and celibacy : the sexual urges of the secular clergy in fifteenth-century Bruges / Hendrik Callewier Sexuality in early church laws in Norway and Iceland / Bjørn Bandlien Voremunde hebben : children, elderly and impaired people in Eike von Repgow's Sachsenspiegel / Chiara Benati Family from a perspective of dying : evaluating the power of testaments / Jakub Wysmułek Private citizens between law and politics in a Tuscan town : Siena from the early thirteenth century to the early fourteenth century / Mario Ascheri Marital cases of town inhabitants in the church courts of medieval Poland / Łukasz Truściński.