"Mulieres suadentes" – Persuasive Women: Female Royal Saints in Medieval East Central and Eastern Europe By Martin Homza
2017 | 272 Pages | ISBN: 9004314660 | PDF | 12 MB
Translated by Martina Fedorová & al.First published as Mulieres suadentes = Presviedčajúce ženy: Štúdie z dejín ženskej panovníckej svätosti v strednej a vo východnej Európe v 10.-13. storočí. LÚČ – vydavatelské družstvo Bratislava.In "Mulieres suadentes – Persuasive Women", Martin Homza scrutinises the genesis of ruler ideology among the most prominent East Central and Eastern European dynasties from the early and later Middle Ages. At the center of attention are the Přemyslids, the Piasts, the Rurikids, and the Árpáds, but also the main dynasties of the Balkans, namely the Trpimirović and the Nemanjić dynasties, as well as the House of Bogdan, and the Moldova dynasty of the Muṣatins. Unlike previous work, which has focused on narrative sources of male ruler hagiography, Homza studies texts concerning female royal figures. More broadly, this book also attempts to bridge the artificial gap between West and East in Europe.
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