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Love, marriage, and family in the Middle Ages : a reader

Author: Jacqueline Murray
Publisher: Peterborough, Ont. : Broadview Press, 2001.
Series: Readings in medieval civilizations and cultures, 7.
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Love, marriage, and family in the Middle Ages.
Peterborough, Ont. : Broadview Press, 2001
(OCoLC)654261135
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jacqueline Murray
ISBN: 1551111047 9781551111049
OCLC Number: 46769714
Description: xiv, 524 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Foundations and influences. The biblical foundations ; The Germanic foundations ; Theological foundations : Augustine, On the good marriage ; Theological foundations : Augustine on marriage as a social institution ; Legal foundations : The Burgundian laws ; Legal foundations : Anglo-Saxon laws ; Pastoral foundations : The penitential of Theodore --
Love and its dangers. A biblical celebration of love ; The biblical regulation of sexual behavior ; The marriage of Thorsteinn and Spes ; Charlemagne's daughter and her lover ; The ideology of courtly love ; Troubadour love poetry ; Goliardic love songs ; Vernacular songs of love ; Adulterous love : the story of Equitan ; A debate about love and marriage : The owl and the nightingale ; Abelard and Heloise ; Paolo and Francesca ; Edward III's love for the Countess of Salisbury (1342) ; The Paston family on love and marriage ; Prosecutions and punishments for sexual misconduct --
Marriage and the church. The theology of marriage : Peter Lombard's Sentences ; A woman's view of marriage: Hildegard of Bingen's Scivias ; The good of marriage: Etienne de Fougères ; Ecclesiastical legislation: the Fourth Lateran Council (1215) ; Episcopal legislation: the statues of Salisbury (1217-19) ; The parish priest and the rules of marriage ; How to dissolve a marriage ; Marriage litigation in fifteenth-century London --
Marriage ceremonies, rituals, and customs. Pope Nicholas's letter to a Bulgarian king (866) ; The legend of St. Nicholas and the three dowries ; A bad courtship and a good : Ruodlieb ; The liturgy of marriage ; Popular customs and marriage celebrations --
Husbands and wives. An early Christian view of husbands and wives ; Tertullian: To his wife (ca. 200) ; An anti-matrimonial diatribe ; A grieving husband: the death of Einhard's Emma ; The marriage of Guibert of Nogent's parents ; Cautionary tales ; A sermon on the ideal husband ; A popular view of marriage: The vision of Piers the plowman ; St. Bernardino on marriage ; The fifteen joys of marriage --
Marriage and family. Marriage among the Franks ; Counting families in the ninth century ; Spiritual marriages ; A rebellious wife ; An unhappy marriage: Godelieve of Ghistelle ; A lord asserts his rights: Gerald of Aurillac ; Duplicitous wives and illegitimate heirs ; The legitimation of children ; Feudal marriage ; A fraudulent marriage agreement (1280) ; Marriage cases in village courts ; Housing and households ; Domestic violence --
Childbirth. Gregory the Great in sex, childbirth, and purity ; A medical discussion of childbirth ; Description of a birthing chamber ; Prayers for women in childbirth ; Rejoicing for a safe delivery --
Parents and children. Biblical advice on parent/child relations ; Jerome on the education of girls ; Frankish parents' grief ; An unhappy childhood: Guibert of Nogent ; The ideals of childhood ; Intrafamilial conflict ; Parents, children, and child-rearing ; A happy childhood: Jean Froissart ; The instruction of children ; The care of orphans --
Beyond Christendom. Laws regulating contact between Jews, Muslims, and Christians ; Marriage cases in the Jewish community ; A Jewish merchant's letter ; A Jewish father's advice : Eleazar of Mainz ; Islamic teachings on marriage and the family ; Christian misunderstanding of Islamic teachings on marriage ; The Cathar's rejection of marriage.
Series Title: Readings in medieval civilizations and cultures, 7.
Responsibility: edited by Jacqueline Murray.

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