Eleanor of Aquitaine: Lord and Lady by John Carmi Parsons

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Author
John Carmi Parsons
Publisher
Palgrave Macmillan
Date of release
Pages
506
ISBN
9780230602366
Binding
Paperback
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Eleanor's patrilineal descent, from a lineage already prestigious enough to have produced an empress in the eleventh century, gave her the lordship of Aquitaine. But marriage re-emphasized her sex which, in the medieval scheme of gender-power relations relegated her to the position of Lady in relation to her Lordly husbands. In this collection, essays provide a context for Eleanor's life and further an evolving understanding of Eleanor's multifaceted career. A valuable collection on the greatest heiress of the medieval period.


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