If he riserise again and walk abroad upon his staff, he that struckstruck him shall be quit, yet so that he make restitution for his work, and for his expenses upon the physicians.
He that striketh his bondman or bondwoman with a rod, and they diedieunderunder his handshands, shall be guilty of the crime.
But if the party remain alive a daya day or twotwo, he shall not be subject to the punishmentpunishment, because it is his moneymoney.
If men quarrel, and one strike a womanwomanwith childwith child, and she miscarry indeed, but live herself: he shall be answerable for so much damage as the womanwoman's husband shall require, and as arbiters shall award.
But if her death ensue thereupon, he shall render life for life.
Also if he strike out a toothtooth of his manservant or maidservantmaidservant, he shall in like manner make them free.
If an ox gore a manman or a womanwoman, and they diedie, he shall be stonedstoned: and his fleshflesh shall not be eateneaten, but the owner of the ox shall be quit.
But if the ox was wont to push with his horn yesterday and the day before, and they warned his master, and he did not shut him up, and he shall kill a manman or a womanwoman: then the ox shall be stonedstoned, an his owner also shall be putput to death.
And if they set a price upon him, he shall givegive for his life whatsoever is laid upon him.
If he have gored a sonson, or a daughter, he shall fall under the like sentence.
If he assault a bondman or a bond woman, he shall givegivethirtythirty sicles of silversilver to their mastermaster, and the ox shall be stonedstoned.