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This index of the book Six Centuries of Criminal Law presents a list of terms and concepts relevant to the discussion of the history of Belgian criminal law in the six centuries between 1400 and 2000. Several models explain the development of criminal law in Europe and the rest of the world during the period. The basic principle of these models is that throughout Europe (and its colonies) a very important change in the punishment of anti-social behaviour occurred while the seventeenth century shaded into the nineteenth.

Keywords: anti-social behaviour; Belgian criminal law; Europe

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