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|Notes:||Translation of: Mâle Moyen Age.
Reprints of essays originally published 1967-1986.
|Description:||ix, 231 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Part 1 Love and marriage: marriage in early medieval society; what do we know about love in 12th-century France?; the matron and the mismarried woman; on courtly love; "Le Roman de la Rose"; towards a history of women in France and Spain - conclusion of a colloquium. Part 2 Family structures: family structures in the West during the Middle Ages; an examination of aristocratic family structures in 11th-century France in relation to State structures; Philip Augustus' France - Social changes in aristocratic circles. Part 3 Culture, values and society: problems and methods in cultural history; the history of value systems; the Renaissance of the 12th century - audience and patronage; observations of physical pain in the Middle Ages; memories without historians; heresies and societies in pre-industrial Europe between the 10th and 18th centuries.|
|Other Titles:||Mâle Moyen Age.|
|Responsibility:||Georges Duby ; translated by Jane Dunnett.|
- Marriage -- France -- History.
- Families -- France.
- France -- Social conditions -- 987-1515.
- Marriage customs and rites, Medieval.
- Middle Ages.
- Marriage -- history.
- Social Conditions.
- Social conditions
- Love -- History
- Marriage -- History
- Western Europe