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12C-Chivalry-bib - 1/18/00

"12th Century bibliography - Chivalry" by HL Elaine de Montgris (known as

NOTE: See also the files: 12thC-Hole-art, ships-bib, p-weddings-bib, ivory-bib,
p-falconry-bib, p-animals-bib, courtly-love-bib, clothing-bib, tools-bib.


This article was submitted to me by the author for inclusion in this set
of files, called Stefanšs Florilegium.

These files are available on the Internet at:

Copyright to the contents of this file remains with the author.

While the author will likely give permission for this work to be
reprinted in SCA type publications, please check with the author first
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Thank you,
Mark S. Harris
AKA: Stefan li Rous

This is a bibliography from a set of bibliographies centering on 12th Century
Medieval Europe put together by HL Elaine de Montgris (known as 'Lainie).

This set of bibliographies includes:

12C-Art-Arch-bib....Art and Architecture
12C-Britain-bib.....The British Isles
12C-Crusades-bib....The Crusades
12C-Europe-bib......Continental Europe
12C-Feudalism-bib...Government and Feudalism
12C-Margins-bib.....On the Margins (Women, sex, minorities, etc.)
12C-Movies-bib......Movies from 12th c. texts
12C-Must-Read-bib...Must Read List
12C-Normans-bib.....The Normans
12C-Philo-Edu-bib...Philosophy and Education
12C-Pop-Lit-bib.....Popular Literature


CALL # HN11 .D78 1977.
TITLE The chivalrous society / Georges Duby ; translated by Cynthia
AUTHOR Duby, Georges.
PUBLISHER London : Arnold, 1977.
DESCRIPTION viii, 246 p. ; 24 cm.
NOTES Collection of articles originally published separately.
NOTES Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
NOTES Medieval society.--The evolution of judicial institutions.--
Lineage, nobility and knighthood.--The history and sociology
of the medieval west.--The origins of a system of social
classification.--The nobility in medieval France.--Youth in
aristocratic society.--Laity and the peace of God.--The
structure of kinship and nobility.--French genealogical
literature.--The origins of knighthood.--The diffusion of
cultural patterns in feudal society.--The transformation of the
aristocracy.--The manor and the peasant economy.--The history
of systems of values.
SUBJECT Europe -- Social conditions.

CALL # GT3520.J34 1985.
TITLE The origins of courtliness : civilizing trends and the
formation of courtly ideals, 939-1210 / C. Stephen Jaeger.
AUTHOR Jaeger, C. Stephen.
PUBLISHER Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, c1985.
DESCRIPTION xiv, 326 p. ; 24 cm.
NOTES Bibliography: p. [297]-315.
NOTES Includes index.
SUBJECT Courts and courtiers.
SUBJECT Courtly love.
SUBJECT Chivalry.

Copyright 2000 by Laura C. Minnick, 5700 NE 26th Ave., Portland, Oregon 97211.
<lcm@efn.org>. Permission is granted for republication in SCA-related
publications, provided the author is credited and receives a copy.

If this article is reprinted in a publication, I would appreciate a notice in
the publication that you found this article in the Florilegium. I would also
appreciate an email to myself, so that I can track which articles are being
reprinted. Thanks. -Stefan.

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