Marriage, the Family and the Law, ca. 1250 - ca. 1450
James Brundage, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (Emeritus)
This course began with a thorough introduction to the law and its sources, including discussions of canon law, civil law, national and regional laws, and municipal and local law. With this background participants considered the formation of marriage, marital sexuality, marriage and property, and marriage litigation in England and on the Continent from ca. 1250 - ca. 1450.
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