Frederic William Maitland (Maitland Frederick William)( English historian.)
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Biography Frederic William Maitland (Maitland Frederick William)
Born May 28, 1850 in London. He was educated at Eton and Trinity College, Cambridge University. Under the leadership of Vinogradov prepared labor Entries Braktona (Bracton's Notebook, 1887), which also included a treatise H. Braktona On the Laws and Customs of England (De legibus et consuetudinibus Angliae, 1250-1256). He became a professor at Cambridge University in 1888. For 20 years, has published over 100 articles and 14 medieval texts, wrote fundamental works such as History of English Law before the time of Edward I (History of English Law before the Time of Edward I, 1895, in collaboration with F. Pollock). Maitland was one of the founders and chairman Seldenskogo Society, a research on the history of law. Of the first 21 volumes, published by the Company, eight belonged to Maitland. Among the major works of Maitland - Domesday book and the fact that outside it (Doomsday Book and Beyond, 1897); Village and Town (Township and Borough, 1898), The Constitutional History of England (The Constitutional History of England, 1908).
Maitland died in Las Palmas in the Canary Islands (Spain) 19 December 1906.