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Five Euphemias - Women In Medieval Scotland 1200-1420 epub ebook

by Elizabeth Sutherland

Five Euphemias - Women In Medieval Scotland 1200-1420 epub ebook

Author: Elizabeth Sutherland
Category: Europe
Language: English
Publisher: St. Martin's Press; 1st edition (1999)
Pages: 288 pages
ISBN: 0094782504
ISBN13: 978-0094782501
Rating: 4.5
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Through the lives of these five women, all r elated, all called Euphemia, and one of them Queen of the Sc ots, Elizabeth Sutherland covers 200 years of Scottish . This book casts new light on the Scots'' fierce fight for freedom.

Through the lives of these five women, all r elated, all called Euphemia, and one of them Queen of the Sc ots, Elizabeth Sutherland covers 200 years of Scottish histo ry. Recently added by. lynkbaines, wgsuva, guthries, antisyzygy, hradschin, kellycd, sophielandon, MorwenP.

Euphemia Women Scotland Albany Bruce Brus Duffus Dunbar Freskin Leslie Lindsay Man Moray Randolph Ross Stewart Promoting the study of medieval genealogy and prosopography. Five Euphemias - Women in Medieval Scotland 1200-1420. Author: Sutherland, Elizabeth Publisher: Constable. Cover Type: Hard Year published: 1999 ISBN: 0094782504.

For the earlier ones, it seems to be not enough information about them. This is actually rather maddening, since there seems to be plenty of information about the first Ephemia's sister, who, frankly, seems to have led a more interesting life anyways. But I guess the title couldn't be "The Four Euphemia's and One Euphemia's Sister. It was interesting to see the proof of social mobility in Medieval Scotland, and basically the rise of a family, and then the annhiliation of a particular branch due to circumstances beyond anyone's control.

This book about five women named Euphemia in medieval Scotland, all related to the earldom of Ross, does an outstanding job of extrapolating from the very limited biographical information on its subjects to explain clearly, lucidly, and entertainingly the social and political context o. .

This book about five women named Euphemia in medieval Scotland, all related to the earldom of Ross, does an outstanding job of extrapolating from the very limited biographical information on its subjects to explain clearly, lucidly, and entertainingly the social and political context of their lives. I especially enjoyed the portrayal of 13th century Gaelic culture in the first chapter and the treatment of the handicapped "fifth" Euphemia. Those not closely familiar with Scottish history may become lost in the wilderness of relationships and names, but the view of the flowers, forest.

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Five Euphemias: Women in Medieval Scotland 1200-1420. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999. Pp. 7, 282. ISBN: 0-312-22284-X. In fairness to Sutherland, and as she herself admits, the limited nature of the contemporary sources makes it extraordinarily difficult to successfully write the story of the five Euphemias "as fact than fiction".

Using this book for tidbits of women's lives and those around them in early Medieval Scotland, (despite the dates even pre 1200, too) and political overview as it affects each of the five women. My sincerest thanks to Jody Allen for recommending this great book of women's personal histories. FIVE EUPHEMIAS: Women in Medieval Scotland 1200-1420 Elizabeth Sutherland.

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Shipped from UK, please allow 10 to 21 business days for arrival. Very Good, A very good, clean and sound copy in blue cloth boards, silver title on spine with a very good dust jacket.
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