Medieval Family Roles: A Book of Essays
Cathy Jorgensen Itnyre
Garland Pub., 1996 - History - 248 pages
An important addition to the literature on the history of the family, this collection of twelve original essays by European and American scholars offers some of the latest research in medieval family roles. Grouped into three broad areas - marriage, children and family ties - the essays examine how family roles were established and played out in a variety of temporal and geographic settings during the Middle Ages.
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