Aristocratic women in medieval France
Were aristocratic women in medieval France little more than appendages to patrilineal families, valued as objects of exchange and necessary only for the production of male heirs? Such was the view proposed by the great French historian Georges Duby more than three decades ago and still widely accept...
|Format:||Electronic Online Resource eBook|
Philadelphia [Pa.] :
University of Pennsylvania Press,
|Series:||Middle Ages series.
|Online Access:||Ebook Central Academic Complete|
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