Women in the Piast Dynasty
A Comparative Study of Piast Wives and Daughters (c. 965–c.1144)
Liczba stron: 572
Rok wydania: 2022
Wydania: Brill, East Central and Eastern Europe in the Middle Ages, 450-1450, Volume: 80
This book analyses the role of women in the Polish Piast dynasty from c. 965 to c.1144. It discusses gender expectations and the literary topoi employed to describe rulers’ wives and daughters as well as showing their importance in religious donations, the creation of dynastic memory, and naming patterns, as well as examining Piast women’s involvement in female monasticism. Pac takes a comparative approach to these themes, analysing Polish sources alongside sources from other areas of early and high medieval Europe.
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