6 edition of Letters of the queens of England, 1100-1547 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -240) and index.
|Statement||edited by Anne Crawford.|
|LC Classifications||DA170 .C73 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||250 p. :|
|Number of Pages||250|
|LC Control Number||93033709|
Letters to Literary Ladies. Attention is drawn to the contradiction that saw members of a monastic order embracing poverty while owning valuable books. NY: Palgrave Macmillan, Holy Anorexia.
The Regularis Concordia of gave the queen a powerful position in the supervision of the English Church, specifically nunneries, and alternates between the notions of the queen sharing royal lordship and her status as a wife and a woman. Jutta and Hildegard: The Biographical Sources. Women's daily involvement with writing is explored by means of four case studies. The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.
Cooper, Anna Julia. Jordan, Bruce McNab, T. See also PR —25, p. Wheeler, Bonnie and John C.
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London: Penguin, PR —25 pp. Heaney, Seamus, trans. In some cases, these advowsons could be purchased separately from the acquisition of a manor.
Julian of Norwich. Paris, Brie, F. To attract qualified men to enter her service, a queen needed to demonstrate the ability to reward their talent.
Rowland, Beryl, ed. Edward Thompson London, Adams, N. Wood, eds.
Brewer, Crawford immediately demonstrates intelligence and passion concerning the topic. In Wheeler and Parsons, Jesch, Judith. Encomium Emmae Reginae. Angus J. Louis, finding her forceful personality intimidating, had the marriage annulled in and she immediately married Henry of Anjou son of Empress Matilda.
Babcock and A. Sandra M. In the subsequent war, Eleanor continued to be actively involved both politically and militarily, even though she was now frail and of ill-health at the age of eighty. Earl Jeffrey Richards, trans. Back to context Butler, 1100-1547 book. While using similar source material and agreeing on the central importance of the family, Krug, unlike 1100-1547 book, has a thesis to propound on the subject of 'women's engagement with the written word Letters of the queens of England late medieval England'.
Trask, Willard, trans. Samuel Fanous and Henrietta Leyser, eds. Caley, F. The trustworthy men of Wilton. The Crusades. Huneycutt, Lois L. We sincerely trust that you will effect this desire of ours, whereby you will greatly deserve our special thanks, to be recalled in connection with any reasonable desires of your own concerning your well-being or that of your office in time to come.
Bullough, Vern L.Book Sources: England, Wales, Scotland & Ireland Letters of the Queens of England, by Anne Crawford Call Number: DAC73 ISBN: The Lisle Letters by Muriel St. Clare Byrne (Editor) Call Number: DAL5 L ISBN: "The Lisle Letters consist of the personal, official, and business correspondence of.
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Letters of the queens of England, [Anne Crawford;] -- The discussion of royalty in medieval and Tudor England has traditionally centred on the role and character of the king.
By contrast, surprisingly little regard has been paid to their frequently.Anne Crawford was formerly an Ebook Keeper at the Public Record Office and is now archivist to Wells Cathedral. She is the editor of Letters of the Queens of England, () and Letters of Read more.