Full title is Welsh Medieval Law being a text of The Laws of Howel the Good namely The British Museum Harleian MS. 4353 of the 13th Century, with Translation, Introduction, Appendix, Glossary, Index, and a Map. Main text is written in Welsh and is followed by an English translation. Illustrated with an outline map of Pre-Norman Wales. Pagination: xcvi + 395 pages including index.
Green cloth binding with gilt lettering and publisher's emblem to spine.
Good condition for a book of this considerable age: light slanting to spine, light bumping to hardcover corners, light bowing to front cover along top and bottom edges; page edges rough-cut, front hinge starting to crack, cracking between pages 112 and 113, 192 and 193, and 336 and 337, 2.5cm open tear to page 299/300 top corner, 1cm closed tear to page 315/6 bottom edge, light foxing to endpapers and title page, occasional foxing internally, soiling to top edge of pages, inscription to front free endpaper, page number of Preliminary Page vii inserted by hand, marking to page lv outside margin, light stains to bottom margin of pages 327 and 328 and fore margin of page 329, stain to fore margin of pages 352 and 353, otherwise generally fine internally given age of book.