By Eleonora d’Arborea
In una prestigiosa riproduzione dell'edizione del 1805, los angeles fondamentale Costituzione in lingua sarda emanata nel 1392 dalla Giudicessa Eleonora d’Arborea, uno dei più importanti personaggi della storia sarda.
La Carta de Logu è una raccolta di leggi in lingua sarda destinata ai Giudicati sardi. los angeles più notevole e famosa è stata quella del Giudicato d'Arborea che fu promulgata, nella sua prima versione, da Mariano IV d'Arborea, poi aggiornata ed ampliata dai figli Ugone III ed Eleonora verso los angeles advantageous nel XIV secolo, e rimasta in vigore fino a quando venne sostituita dal Codice feliciano nel 1827.
È stata scritta in sardo volgare, in particolare nella variante arborense della lingua sarda, in modo che tutti potessero capirla appieno.
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