Leibeigenschaft sentence example

leibeigenschaft
  • the German Leibeigenschaft) and the villein or roturier, who is only bound to perform certain duties and ought not to be further oppressed by the landowners on whose soil he is settled (Beaumanoir, Coutume de Beauvaisis).
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  • Personal serfdom (Leibeigenschaft) was abolished first, hereditary subjection (Erbunterthanigkeit) followed next.
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  • Waitz, Deutsche Verfassungsgeschichte (1844, ff.); P. Viollet, Histoire du droit francais (3rd ed., 1905); Engelmann, Geschichte der Leibeigenschaft Russland; Kluchevsky, Lectures on the History of Russia (in Russian), ii.
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  • Hansen, Die Aufhebung der Leibeigenschaft in Schleswig and Holstein (1861); G.
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