This selection of essays focuses awareness on how medieval gender intersects with different different types of distinction, relatively faith and ethnicity. It treats the interval c.800-1500, with a specific concentrate on the period of the Gregorian reform stream, the 1st campaign, and its associated assaults on Jews at domestic.
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13, col. 622 emphasises quality rather than quantity in penance. Contrary to the views of McNamara, ‘Herrenfrage’ at pp. 5–7, and R. N. Swanson (1999) ‘Angels Incarnate: Clergy and Masculinity from Gregorian Reform to Reformation’, in D. M. ) Masculinity in Medieval Europe (London: Longman), pp. 160–177. On the Gregorian Reform movement as a conflict between lay men and clerics, rather than between men and women (as McNamara argues), see M. C. Miller (2003) ‘Masculinity, Reform, and Clerical Culture: Narratives of Episcopal Holiness in the Gregorian Era’, Church History, 72, pp.
10 Centred on marriage and the production of heirs, Apollonius provides a secular model for temperate rule, especially the moderation of sexual and political potency. This model suggests an alternative to the more prolific reproductive practices of the kings of England, traditional to the Germanic elite but at odds with a much chaster masculinity being preached by the Church and suppressed in the rhetoric of this codex. The codex works in a wider context relating to European debates concerning priestly celibacy.
H. Smith (1998) ‘Gender and Ideology in the Early Middle Ages’, in R. N. ) Gender and Christian Religion. Papers Read at the 1996 Summer Meeting and the 1997 Winter Meeting of the Ecclesiastical History Society (Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell), pp. 51–73 at pp. 56–59. 5 out of 10 uses of ‘muliebriter’ in Carolingian texts in the Patrologia Latina database are from Biblical commentaries; 48 out of 60 for ‘effeminatus’ and cognates. ), Commentariorum in Apocalypsin libri quinque (PL 100, col. -H. Jullien, and F.