Women in Early Medieval Europe, 400-1100

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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.
 

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GENDER AND LANDSCAPES
13
INVASIONS MIGRATIONS AND BARBARIAN QUEENS
46
THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF RELIGION
95
SURVIVAL BY KINSHIP MARRIAGE AND MOTHERHOOD
154
THE TAKEOFF MOBILITY AND ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY
200
CONCLUSION CONCERNING FAMOUS WOMEN BEFORE AND AFTER 1100
266
BIBLIOGRAPHY
297
INDEX
324
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Sayfa 4 - By God! if wommen hadde writen stories, As clerkes han withinne hire oratories, They wolde han writen of men moore wikkednesse Than al the mark of Adam may redresse.

Yazar hakkında (2002)

Lisa M. Bitel is Professor of History, University of Southern California. She studied at Harvard University, the National University of Ireland and the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies. Her books include Isle of the Saints: Christian Settlement and Monastic Community in Early Ireland (1990) and Land of Women: Tales of Sex and Gender from Early Ireland (1996), winner of the Byron Caldwell Prize and the James Donnelly Prize.

Lisa M. Bitel is Professor of History, University of Southern California. She studied at Harvard University, the National University of Ireland and the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies. Her books include Isle of the Saints: Christian Settlement and Monastic Community in Early Ireland (1990) and Land of Women: Tales of Sex and Gender from Early Ireland (1996), winner of the Byron Caldwell Prize and the James Donnelly Prize.

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