I've been reading about the (Frankish) Salic law, that code that the Capetians and their lawyers used to deny Edward III's claim to the French throne back in the fourteenth century. What the nascent French nation didn't want was an English king, even if he was a grandchild of a French king. The result was the Hundred Years' War, which the English very nearly won.
I came across this part of the Laws having to do with magicians, which I thought was interesting.
Title XIX. Concerning Magicians.
1. If any one have given herbs to another so that he die, he shall be sentenced to 200 shillings (or shall surely be given over to fire).
2. If any person have bewitched another, and he who was thus treated shall escape, the author of the crime, who is proved to have committed it, shall be sentenced to 2500 denars, which make 63 shillings.