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    Patricia Skinner,Elisabeth van Houts
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Featuring many new translations, Medieval Writings on Secular Women is a valuable contribution to the fields of women's and medieval . Elisabeth van Houts (born 1952) is a historian specializing in medieval European history.

Featuring many new translations, Medieval Writings on Secular Women is a valuable contribution to the fields of women's and medieval literature. She is an Honorary Professor of Medieval European History in the Faculty of History and a Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Van Houts was elected a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society in 1983. She has published and lectured on Anglo-Norman history, medieval historiography and literature and Elisabeth van Houts (born 1952) is a historian specializing in medieval European history. She has published and lectured on Anglo-Norman history, medieval historiography and literature and the history Elisabeth van Houts (born 1952) is a historian specializing in medieval European history.

Elisabeth van Houts is a Fellow and lecturer in Medieval History at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, with particular interests in the Anglo-Norman period, Latin historiography and the role of women in medieval society

Elisabeth van Houts is a Fellow and lecturer in Medieval History at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, with particular interests in the Anglo-Norman period, Latin historiography and the role of women in medieval society. Patricia Skinner was Reader in Medieval History at the University of Southampton. Библиографические данные. Medieval Writings on Secular Women. Penguin Books Ltd. Издатель.

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They are arranged to follow the life stages of a Medieval woman living a secular existence, from infancy and girlhood, through marriage and motherhood, to widowhood and old age. Some women are famous or captured in exceptional circumstances, many more are anymous: an abandoned baby in Italy, or an epitaph for the female leader of a Synagogue, speaking across the ages.

Elisabeth van Houts (born 1952) is a Dutch-born British historian specializing in medieval European history. Van Houts was born in Zaandam in the Netherlands. She has published and lectured on Anglo-Norman history, medieval historiography and literature and the history of gender in the Middle Ages

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Medieval Writings on Secular Women. Published: 31/03/2011.

Medieval Writings on Secular Women (avec P. Skinner), Penguin Classics, London, 2011. (en) Elisabeth van Houts : Married Life in the Middle Ages, 900-1300, Oxford University Press, 2019 ; Author Information , sur global. Married Life in the Middle Ages, 900-1300, Oxford, 2019. (en) Professor Elisabeth Van Houts , sur ca. c. (en) Professor Elisabeth Van Houts , sur emma.

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Men, Women and the Past 700-1300, e. Women and Men in History ed. (London, 2001). Medieval Writings on Secular Women, trans. Penguin Classics (London, 2011). A Companion to the Anglo-Norman World, e. (Woodbridge, 2003). A Social History of England 900-1200, e. (Cambridge, 2011).

"Woman, who is equal to the moon in the flower of youth, Is equal to a little old ape after the onset of old age" This remarkable collection brings together a host of writings from across different regions and cultures of the Middle Ages, from the ninth to the fifteenth century. They are arranged to follow the life stages of a Medieval woman living a secular existence, from infancy and girlhood, through marriage and motherhood, to widowhood and old age. Some women are famous or captured in exceptional circumstances, many more are anonymous: an abandoned baby in Italy, or an epitaph for the female leader of a Synagogue, speaking across the ages. This selection contains an introduction discussing the Medieval woman's status, separate introductions to each chapter, notes and a bibliography.For more than seventy years, Penguin has been the leading publisher of classic literature in the English-speaking world. With more than 1,700 titles, Penguin Classics represents a global bookshelf of the best works throughout history and across genres and disciplines. Readers trust the series to provide authoritative texts enhanced by introductions and notes by distinguished scholars and contemporary authors, as well as up-to-date translations by award-winning translators.