Royal spell

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The king's ban ( Latin bannus , more rarely bannum , from ahd. Ban ) is the government of a king in the Middle Ages .

The term denotes ban

  • the command and the prohibition itself
  • the penalties set for breaking the ban
  • the district in which the ban was in effect

In legal history, the royal spell is divided into according to its functions

The king transferred (lent) the ban, especially the blood ban , to counts or bailiffs by means of a ban loan .

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