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'A Great Effusion of Blood?': Interpreting Medieval Violence

by Mark D. Meyerson (Editor), De Blumenthal, Daniel Baraz, Oren Falk (Editor), Daniel Thiery

Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division
Hardcover
ISBN: 9780802087744






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Synopsis of 'A Great Effusion of Blood?': Interpreting Medieval Violence

Medievalists from several countries offer accounts of Medieval violence at is related to identity formation and the testament of the body, examining such topics as the murder of Pau de Sant Marti in 15th-century Valencia; London, Gower, and the 1381 rising; an intercultural perspective; and violence in the early Robin Hood poems. Most of the 13 essays are from a 1998 conference in Toronto. They are not indexed. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

About the Author, Mark D. Meyerson

Mark D. Meyerson is an associate professor of History and Medieval Studies at the University of Toronto.

Daniel Thiery received his doctorate in Medieval Studies at the University of Toronto in 2002.

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