This section is from the book "Popular Law Library Vol1 Introduction To The Study Of Law Legal History", by Albert H. Putney. Also see: Popular Law-Dictionary.
1. Whoever shall chant a magic spell. . . .
2. If a man maim another, and does not compromise with him, there shall be retaliation in kind.
3. If with the fist or club a man break a bone of a freeman, the penalty shall be three hundred asses; if of a slave, one hundred and fifty asses.
4. If he does any injury to another, twenty-five asses; if he sing a satirical song let him be beaten.
5. . . . If he shall have inflicted a loss ... he shall make it good.
8. Whoever shall blight the crops of another by incantation . . . nor shalt thou win over to thyself another's grain. . . .
12. If a thief be caught stealing by night and he be slain, the homicide shall be lawful.
13. If in the daytime the thief defend himself with a weapon, one may kill him.
15. . . . with a leather girdle about his naked body, and a platter in his hand. . . .
16. If a man contend at law about a theft not detected in the act...
21. If a patron cheat his client, he shall become infamous.
22. He who has been summoned as a witness or acts as libripens, and shall refuse to give his testimony, shall be accounted infamous, and shall be incapable of acting subsequently as witness.
24. If a weapon slip from a man's hand without his intention of hurling it . . .
(No fragments of this table are extant.)