Women and religion in medieval England

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Oxbow, 2003 - History - 185 pages
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CONTENTS: - Anglo-Saxon Women, Furnished Burial, and the Church- Unveiling Anglo-Saxon Nuns- Women and the Word of God- English Medieval Nunneries: Buildings, Precincts, and Estates- Women, Childbirth, and Religion in Later Medieval England- Piety in Question: Noblewomen and Religion in the Later Middle Ages- Will the Real Margery Kempe Please Stand Up!- Lollard Women

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2003 / 185p / 61E

Contents

Unveiling AngloSaxon Nuns Sarah Foot
13
Women and the Word of God Henrietta Leyser
32
Buildings Precincts and Estates
46
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Diana Wood is Senior Research Fellow in History, University of East Anglia, and Associate Tutor in Local History, Oxford University Department for Continuing Education. Her publications include Clement VI: the Pontificate and Ideas of an Avignon Pope (Cambridge University Press, 1989).

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