6 edition of Marriage Litigation in Medieval England found in the catalog.
March 26, 2007
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
Cambridge Studies in English Legal History
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
concluding marriages, basic marriage values, duties of a married woman and possibilities of divorce. Attention is paid to the areas in which the seventeenth-century reality was different from today’s. In seventeenth-century England, marriage and sexual morals played a far more important social role than nowadays. Same-sex marriage is making the headlines, with Stephen Fry’s wedding and the US supreme court soon to decide on its legality. It seems like a quintessentially 21st-century issue. In fact such.
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Divorce in medieval England | Megan's Medieval Museum says: Sun 18 Jun at pm Even after the Reformation, Church jurisdiction over marriage disputes continued until 1 Within the E series, which I have been cataloguing as part Author: Cbishop. sam worby refers to charles donahue jr.‘s Law, Marriage, and Society in the Later Middle Ages as “magisterial” and there’s no hyperbole in that i can assure you. at a mere pages(!), it’s a very thorough examination of marriage litigation in fourteenth and fifteenth century england and, what donahue calls, franco-belgia. donahue himself describes the book .
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Marriage Litigation in Medieval England. This book tells one part of the long history of the institution of marriage. Questions concerning the formation and annulment of marriage came under the exclusive jurisdiction of the church courts during the Middle Ages.3/5(2).
Very few lawsuits in Medieval England, concerning marriage, were for divorce; in fact, most lawsuits were actually Marriage Litigation in Medieval England book that the two people in question were married and not by: Marriage Litigation in Medieval England.
This book tells one part of the long history of the institution of marriage. Questions concerning the formation and annulment of marriage came under the exclusive jurisdiction of the church courts during the Middle Ages. Cambridge Core - British History - Marriage Litigation in Medieval England - by R.
It covers the entire medieval period, and engages with a wide range of primary sources, both legal and by: This book is about marriage in medieval England, the ways in which marriage is represented in medieval English legal and literary texts, and the relationship of these representations to actual practice.
Both legal and literary texts have a great deal to say on the subject of marriage, and therefore provide us with a rich source of evidence. Marriage Litigation in Medieval England. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Haskell, Ann S. "Marriage in the Middle Ages, 3: The Paston Women on Marriage in Fifteenth Century England.” Viator 4 (): Helmholz R.H.
Marriage Litigation in Medieval England. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Hill, Rosalind. Marriage in Medieval England: Law, Literature, and Practice. Medieval marriage has been widely discussed, and this book gives a brief and accessible overview of an important subject.
It covers the entire medieval period, and engages with a 3/5(1). Buy Marriage litigation Medieval Englan (Cambridge Studies in English Legal History) 1 by Helmholz (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1).
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Medieval marriage has been widely discussed, and this book gives a brief and accessible overview of an important subject. It covers the entire medieval period, and engages with a wide range of primary sources, both legal and literary.4/5(6). Intimate details about the personal lives of medieval people are frustratingly rare.
We seldom know what the men and women of the middle ages thought about marriage, let alone about sex. The records of the church courts of the province of York, mainly dating from the fourteenth century, provides a welcome light on private, family life and on individual reactions.
Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner. This book tells one part of the long history of the institution of marriage. Questions concerning the formation and annulment of marriage came under the exclusive jurisdiction of the church courts during the Middle Ages.
Helmholz, Marriage Litigation in Medieval England (Cambridge University Press, ). Additional Information Paperback ed., Cambridge Studies in English Legal by: Rules for Medieval Marriage Posted on J by JuliaH I have been reading a Social History of Women in England by Henrietta Leyser in between finding out about John of Gaunt’s retinue as it is sometimes easy to impose our own views and beliefs on the events of a particular period.
The Book of Common Prayer of the Church of England, long used in various forms through a broad swathe of Anglicanism, included a Table of Kindred and Affinity listing the prohibited degrees of kinship within which one could not marry describing in detail the cases in which marriage was forbidden due to consanguinity or marital affinity.
The list was enacted by the Marriage. Frederik Pedersen has touched on this possibility in an article on marriage litigation in late-medieval England, where he suggests that savvy aggrieved spouses chose strategically from which kind of court, secular or sacred, to seek redress. where (as I note in the book) notarization of marriages fulfilled the role that ecclesiastical.
Legal records show people getting married on the road, down the pub, round at friends’ houses or even in bed. All that was required for a valid, binding marriage was the consent of the two people involved. In England some people did marry near churches. This short book has a large compass, taking in both the Anglo-Saxon era and post-Conquest England through the fifteenth century, and embracing literary as well as legal and historical aspects of the subject of marriage; thus, a certain incompleteness and Author: HA Kelly.
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Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in .General Overviews. General histories of marriage in late medieval and early modern Europe are comparatively rare. Goody and Bonfield are honorable exceptions. D’Avray is a useful introduction to the roots of marriage in medieval church law.
It is more common to find issues relating to marriage and dowries discussed either in books on the history of the family .Marriage in England and Wales is available to both opposite-sex and same-sex couples and is legally recognised in the forms of both civil and religious ge laws in England and Wales have historically evolved separately from marriage laws in other jurisdictions in the United is a distinction between religious marriages, conducted by an authorised .