Amalphitan Code ([schwa]-mal-f[schwa]-t[schwa]n). Hist. A compilation of maritime law made late in the 11th century at the port of Amalfi near Naples. ? The Code was regarded as a primary source of maritime law throughout the Mediterranean to the end of the 16th century. ¡ª Also termed Amalphitan Table; Laws of Amalfi; Tablets of Amalfi.
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