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Tales of the marriage bed from medieval France (1300-1500)

R. C. Famiglietti

Tales of the marriage bed from medieval France (1300-1500)

by R. C. Famiglietti

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Published by Picardy Press in Providence, RI .
Written in English

    Places:
  • France
    • Subjects:
    • Marriage customs and rites, Medieval -- France -- History.,
    • Social history -- Medieval, 500-1500.,
    • Sex in marriage -- France -- History.,
    • Courtship -- France -- History.,
    • France -- Social life and customs -- 1328-1600.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 209-234) and index.

      StatementR.C. Famiglietti.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGT2749.A2 F36 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationi, 324 p., 68 p. of plates :
      Number of Pages324
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1746726M
      ISBN 100963349422
      LC Control Number92060733

        Marriage among the Medieval Aristocracy. Further complicating the issue is the fact that marriage was often not voluntary in the Middle Ages. Part of the fight over marriage (wherein the church asserted its authority over it) in the high-middle ages was about the idea of consent; prior to this, it was quite common for a person to be married to Author: Paul B. Sturtevant.   During the Victorian Era (), romantic love became viewed as the primary requirement for marriage and courting became even more formal — almost an art form among the upper interested gentleman could not simply walk up to a young lady and begin a conversation. Even after being introduced, it was still some time before it was considered .

      Medieval English Literature Resources Websites. Luminarium: Medieval Literature Think of this site as the Big Book O' Medieval Stuff. It's got all your major authors and genres, plus a truly righteous links section that leads you to many more resources on . The major feature of marriage, for the Wife, is the marriage debt, or sex, which seems to be why she's so strongly in favor of marriage. Another reason she's pro-marriage appears to be the ability to gain property, wealth, and a comfortable living situation through a husband.

      Social relations, too, are idealized, and imbued with the conventions of medieval courtly love. The Decameron has not just one frame—the young people in the countryside—but : Joan Acocella.   The notion that infanticide was "rampant" in the Middle Ages has been used to bolster the equally erroneous concept that medieval families had no affection for their children. A dark and dreadful picture has been painted of thousands of unwanted babies suffering horrible fates at the hands of remorseless and cold-hearted : Melissa Snell.


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