The Crimes of Women in Early Modern Germany

Oxford University Press, UK, 1999 - 304 sider
This fascinating study is the first to investigate the crimes of women living in Germany during the time of the Reformation and the Thirty Years War. Ulinka Rublack uses court records to examine the lives of shrewd cutpurses, quarelling artisan wives, and soldiers' concubines, and explores women's experience of communities and courtship, marriage, the family, and the law.

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REENACTORS NOTES: 1500-1700 Highly recommended as it gives a great insight into the role that women played in their society - from the underside. Gives a lot of great background for ladies who may have 'fallen from grace' and ended up in the armies. Can be a little depressing at times. Les hele vurderingen

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