5 edition of Youth and age in the medieval north found in the catalog.
Youth and age in the medieval north
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Shannon Lewis-Simpson.|
|Series||The northern world|
|LC Classifications||HQ799.E853 Y68 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008035402|
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The contributors progress definitions of young and old in the north, taking into account changing mentalities as a result of political and cultural transformations such as the Christianisation of the north. This book invites discourse on youth and age amongst medieval archaeologists, historians, and philologists, while introducing Reviews: 2.
The contributors progress definitions of young and old in the north, taking into account changing mentalities as a result of political and cultural transformations such as the Christianisation of the north. This book invites discourse on youth and age amongst medieval archaeologists, historians, and philologists, while introducing.
The contributors progress definitions of young and old in the north, taking into account changing mentalities as a result of political and cultural transformations such as the Christianisation of the north.
This book invites discourse on youth and age amongst medieval archaeologists, historians, and philologists, while introducing. The challenges of quantifying youth and age in the medieval North / Shannon Lewis-Simpson --Forever young: child burial in Anglo-Saxon England / Christina Lee --Constructions of early childhood at the syncretic cemetery of Fjälkinge: a case study / Lotta Mejsholm --Child burials and children's status in medieval Norway / Berit J.
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Youth and age in the medieval north. [Shannon Lewis-Simpson;] -- Following from themes explored during the International Medieval Congress on 'Youth and Age', this volume focuses upon social, cultural and biological aspects of.
Youth in the Middle Ages. Book Description: Moving on from the legacy of Ariès, these essays address evidence for childhood and youth from the sixth century to the sixteenth, but with particular emphasis on later medieval England. God over king, king over subject, man over woman, parent over child, age over youth, noble over commoner, lord.
Youth in the Middle Ages the age at which later medieval English youngsters left home, how far they travelled and where they went, literary sources revealing the politicisation of the idea of the child, and the response of young, affluent females to homiletic literature and the iconography of the virgin martyrs in the later middle ages.
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Like France, many other countries, increased the age of consent to 13 in the 19th century. Nations, such as Portugal, Spain, Denmark and the Swiss cantons, that adopted or mirrored the Napoleonic code likewise initially set the age of consent at years and then raised it to between 13 and 16 years in the second half of the 19th century.
There is a general belief that few people made it past the age of 40 in the Middle Ages, but Christine Cave, a scholar at the Australian National University (ANU), has debunked that myth. ABC News reports that Ms. Cave determined that several of the people buried in three Anglo Saxon cemeteries between and AD were older than 75 when Author: Alicia Mcdermott.
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