Fordham University. Marriage and Sexuality in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia . Edited. Eukene Lacarra Lanz. New York: Roudedge, Pp. xvi + found: E-mail message from Harvard College Library, Dec. 1, (we received a gift of a book with a handwritten appeal to link the author’s current name. Results 1 – 6 of 6 Discover Book Depository’s huge selection of Eukene-Lacarra-Lanz books online . Free delivery worldwide on over 19 million titles.
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They had to make sure also that the women did not leave the premises to work outside, and be vigilant that Jews and Muslims stayed away from them. The houses were divided into private chambers, called boticas. In and Of the Mediterranean Michelle M. Vida licenciosa en la Murcia Bajomedieval.
Approaching the Fifth Centenary, ed. Occasionally the man agreed to marry the woman himself. With the Counter Reformation, however, a significant number of theologians and moralists attacked the basic tenets that had originally justified legalization. Streetwalkers cantoneras lahz wayward women mugeres erradas were compelled to join the public brothel or be banished, while procuresses lacara to be flogged, fined, and banished if found plying the trade.
This became a real problem for the aldermen of Murcia in when it became fashionable to cover up so that eukenee could not be recognized: Book ratings by Goodreads. The Economics of Prostitution From the late fifteenth to the last years of the sixteenth century prostitution was a prosperous business and many institutions and individuals were willing to profit economically from its regulation.
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The orders had to be repeated often because women did not comply. Bishop Diego de Covarrubias also replicated Medina and argued that a woman was the owner of her body and she could sell it because it was a marketable commodity. However, if she eukenw a free woman, the punishment was to give her a dowry and marry her or face the death penalty VII.
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In Vitoria the municipal ordinances prohibited all prostitution and prescribed fines for prostitutes and for whoever rented rooms to them. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. The Best Books of Dispatched from the UK in 4 business days When will my order arrive?
Coloquio sobre la literatura del siglo XV, ed. Pascual Aguilar, ; reprint. Others, like demographic changes and venereal diseases should probably be discarded. University of Toronto Press, They viewed concubinage as a type of temporary marriage, and accepted it with ambivalence.
All women caught soliciting in the city or working as procuresses could meet severe punishment if they did not comply with the regulation. Other books in this series. Prostitution was not mentioned after the Council of Elvira until this penitential.
In contrast to prostitutes, panderers, called in Spanish alcahuetas, were severely punished. Iand marriage was completed by a promise of present marriage por palabras de presente followed eykene the wedding and Church blessing Partida, IV.
This contradictory and perverse logic served the prevailing misogynist ideology. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.
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When a woman is a publicly known whore in the city, if it is proved that she received many times many men shamelessly, that woman must be detained by the lord of the city and punished with lashings in front of all the people, and afterwards should not be accused if she does not relapse.
Many of these men had known trades and did not live exclusively from procuring. As we can see, the boundaries between licit and illicit sexual unions were very tenuous. Sometimes, a brothel occupied one or more streets, and often a wall surrounded it. Manuel Da Costa Fontes, “Un engano a los ojos”: English Choose a language for shopping.
The Church advised them to make their decision public, but they were not obligated to do so. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty.
Taxation was an important step toward legalization, since the tax licensed a prostitute to ply the trade,35 and when in the last third of the fifteenth century the Catholic kings took up the task of legalizing prostitution, the tax was kept.
What could not be defined in higher spheres laws, theology, or the royal chamber was to be manifested on the street level: Municipalities issued sumptuary laws dictating the attire each group was to wear.
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