The Lady in Medieval England, 1000-1500
A study of the role of the lady in 11th and 12th century society, how she related to predominant male culture, interacted with gentlemen, and suffered at the hands of rogues of her own class. The text is illustrated by contemporary drawings from manuscripts and documents.
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Anne Duchess of Bedford at prayer British Library Additional Ms 18850 fo 257v
Judgment of Solomon Westminster Abbey capital early twelfth century
Gentility and Social Position
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