judicium Dei

judicium Dei
/jadis(h)(i)yam diyay/ In old English and European law, the judgment of God; otherwise called "divinum Judicium," the "divine judgment." A term particularly applied to the ordeals by fire or hot iron and water, and also to the trials by the cross, the Eucharist, and the corsned, and the duellum or trial by battle (q.v.), it being supposed that the interposition of Heaven was directly manifest, in these cases, in behalf of the innocent

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • judicium Dei — /jadis(h)(i)yam diyay/ In old English and European law, the judgment of God; otherwise called divinum Judicium, the divine judgment. A term particularly applied to the ordeals by fire or hot iron and water, and also to the trials by the cross,… …   Black's law dictionary

  • judicium Dei — The judgment of God,–the judgment which was the culmination of a trial by ordeal of fire or water, and was sometimes called vulgaris purgatio common purgation to distinguish it from the canonical purgation which was by the oath of the party. See… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Dei — See Dei gratia; judicium Dei …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • JUDICIUM — vox Monachorum, de multa, quae Capituli iudicio Monacho delinquenti infligitur, in Decretis Lanfranci, pro Ord. Bened. c. 20. Alias Disciplina. Item depurgatione vulgari, crebro apud medii aevi Scriptores, s. per duellum, s. per ferrum candens;… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Judicĭum — (lat.), 1) Gericht; so nach dem Gegenstand des Gerichts. J. civīle, Civilgericht u. J. crimināle (J. publĭcum, J. poenale, J. capitale), Criminalgericht; J. feudale, Lehnsgericht; J. equestre Ehrengericht; nach dem Richter J. camerale, das… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • JUDICIUM aquae — Dei, ferri, vide in vocibus Ordalium, Purgatio, etc …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Dei judicium —    judgement of God ; trial by ordeal …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • dei judicium — /diyay juwdish(iy)am/ The judgment of God. The old Saxon trial by ordeal, so called because it was thought to be an appeal to God for the justice of a cause, and it was believed that the decision was according to the will and pleasure of Divine… …   Black's law dictionary

  • dei judicium — /diyay juwdish(iy)am/ The judgment of God. The old Saxon trial by ordeal, so called because it was thought to be an appeal to God for the justice of a cause, and it was believed that the decision was according to the will and pleasure of Divine… …   Black's law dictionary

  • Dei judicium — The judgment of God. The ancient trial by ordeal was so called …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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