Product Code: 04709
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This is an examination of the lives of women in England from the coming of the Anglo-Saxons and their conversion to Christianity, up to the eve of the Reformation. It looks at women from all social classes - aristocrats, townswomen and peasants - and their contributions to the worlds of work and faith, literature and learning, as well as sex and marriage, child-care and education. It considers how particular events could change the roles women played - whether religious (the conversion to Christianity), political (the Norman Conquest), or demographic (the Black Death).
- 337 pages
- Published in 1995
Size: Approx. 130 mm (w) x 195 mm (h)
Author: Henrietta Leyser
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- R.O.W.2-6 £18.99
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