Women in Early Medieval Europe, 400-1100
Cambridge University Press, 24 Eki 2002 - 326 sayfa
Women in Early Medieval Europe is a history of the early European middle ages through the eyes of women, combining the rich literature of women's history with original research in the context of mainstream history and traditional chronology. Beginning at the end of the Roman empire, the book recreates the lives of ordinary women but also tells personal stories of individuals, using the few documents produced by women themselves, along with archaeological evidence, art, and the written records of medieval men.
Kullanıcılar ne diyor? - Eleştiri yazın
Her zamanki yerlerde hiçbir eleştiri bulamadık.
Diğer baskılar - Tümünü görüntüle
abbess Anglo-Saxon Balthild barbarian became Bede bishops Brynhildr Carolingian Celtic Christian church clerics communities continued crusade culture daughters Dhuoda early medieval Europe early Middle Ages ecclesiastical economic eleventh century empire England European female Frankish Fredegund frontiers Gaul gendered Genovefa Germanic goddesses Gregory of Tours Herlihy Hildegard historians holy household husband Iberia Ibid inheritance invaders invasions Ireland Irish Jewish kingdoms kings kinsmen labor land Land of Women landscape later laws leaders Leoba Liber Historia Francorum lives Lombard lords male marriage married McNamara Medieval Women memory men's Merovingian monastery monastic mother Muslim nuns pagan participation Paul the Deacon penitentials political population practice queens Radegund religion religious women Roman royal rulers rules sagas saints settlement sexual sisters sixth century social Society story territory texts took towns traditional trans tribal University Press virgin Visigoths Vita warriors wife wives woman writers wrote