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Author: L Napran,E. Van houts
Publisher: Brepols (distributed) (December 31, 2004)
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This volume of essays explores the diverse meanings of exile in medieval Europe as an historical and legal phenomenon. Exile in the Middle Ages took many different forms

This volume of essays explores the diverse meanings of exile in medieval Europe as an historical and legal phenomenon. Exile in the Middle Ages took many different forms. As a literary theme it has received much scholarly attention in the Latin, Greek and vernacular traditions. The historical and legal phenomenon of exile is relatively unexplored territory.

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Elisabeth van Houts (born 1952) is a historian specializing in medieval European history. She is an Honorary Professor of Medieval European History in the Faculty of History and a Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge

Elisabeth van Houts (born 1952) is a historian specializing in medieval European history. She is an Honorary Professor of Medieval European History in the Faculty of History and a Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Van Houts was elected a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society in 1983. She has published and lectured on Anglo-Norman history, medieval historiography and literature and the history Elisabeth van Houts (born 1952) is a historian specializing in medieval European history.

(en) Elisabeth van Houts : Married Life in the Middle Ages, 900-1300, Oxford University Press, 2019 ; Author Information , sur global.

A Social History of England 900-1200 (avec J. Crick), Cambridge, 2011. Medieval Writings on Secular Women (avec P. Skinner), Penguin Classics, London, 2011. (en) Elisabeth van Houts : Married Life in the Middle Ages, 900-1300, Oxford University Press, 2019 ; Author Information , sur global. (en) Professor Elisabeth Van Houts , sur ca. c. (en) Professor Elisabeth Van Houts , sur emma.

It draws together work from various disciplines - historical, art-historical and literary - with their very different source materials and from a broad geographical area, including some countries - such as Croatia and Poland - which are not usually considered in standard text books on the medieval family. This volume considers the various affective relationships within and around the family and the manner in which those relationships were regulated and ritualized in more public arenas

A Social History of England 900-1200, e. (Cambridge, 2011). Medieval Writings on Secular Women, trans. Penguin Classics (London, 2011).

A Social History of England 900-1200, e. Conversations amongst monks and nuns, 1000-1200,' Understanding Monastic Practices of Oral communication (Western Europe, tenth-thirteenth centuries, ed. S. Vanderputten (Turnhout, 2011), 267-92. Intermarriage in eleventh-century England', Normandy and its Neighbours.

Further, medieval scientific knowledge and enquiry was based on the foundations of Ancient learning in Greek and .

Hill, Islamic Science and Engineering (Edinburgh, 1993) and . Reynolds, Texts and Transmission: a survey of the Latin Classics (Oxford, 1983)

The article is published in the anthology Travels and Mobilities in the Middle Ages: From the .

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International Medieval Society-Paris is a non-profit association that welcomes international scholars of the Middle Ages in France and promotes international exchange with French colleagues. International Medieval Society, Paris.

Although exile or banning was a widespread customary punishment in the Middle Ages, there does not exist a modern study for Europe of this phenomenon for the period before c. 1300. The relative dearth, therefore, of historical and legal studies of exile is in stark contrast to the abundance of studies on exile as a literary or theological theme. This volume fills a gap in existing scholarship, and provides a notable contribution to our understanding of exile in the medieval period. This collection of 15 papers deals with a juxtaposition of documentary, literary, and ecclesiastical sources. Various forms of exile are examined, including political banishment, spiritual exile, exclusion, the vocabulary of outlawry, and voluntary exile through pilgrimage or marriage. Approximately half of the contributions concentrate on instances of exile as a form of punishment or political necessity for secular persons. The other half concerns the exile of ecclesiastics, mostly bishops and abbots, where the close link between excommunication and exile is explored, as well as exile in hagiography and exclusion as spiritual punishment.