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Examining women's estate rights in numerous societies around the whole medieval and early smooth Mediterranean, this quantity introduces a distinct comparative viewpoint to the complexities of gender kinfolk in Muslim, Jewish, and Christian groups. via person case reviews in keeping with city and rural, elite and non-elite, spiritual and secular groups, Across the non secular Divide offers the single nuanced background of the area that includes peripheral components equivalent to Portugal, the Aegean Islands, Dalmatia, and Albania into the important narrative.

By bridging the present-day notional and cultural divide among Muslim and Judeo-Christian worlds with geographical and thematic coherence, this selection of essays via best overseas students specializes in ladies in courts of legislation and assets resembling notarial documents, testaments, felony commentaries, and administrative documents to supply the main complex study and remove darkness from actual connections throughout obstacles of gender, faith, and culture.

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44. Bellomo, Ricerche sui rapporti patrimoniali, 64; Maria Teresa Guerra Medici, L’aria di città: Donne e diritti nel comune medievale (Naples, 1996), 121–122. 45. During the Council of Trent, Charles de Guise—Cardinal of Lorraine, superdelegate from France—demanded the abolition of clandestine marriages because they facilitated informal separations. Clandestine marriages were particularly widespread in early modern Portugal. , Concilium Tridentinum: Diariorum, Actorum, Epistularum, Tractatuum Nova Collectio: Concilii Tridentini Actorum, vol.

1250–1300: Christians, Jews, and Enslaved Muslims in a Medieval Mediterranean Town (Burlington, VT, 2006), 94; McKee, “Households in Fourteenth-Century Venetian Crete,” 37. 25. Winer, Women, Wealth, and Community, 79. 26. Kenneth Stow, Theater of Acculturation: The Roman Ghetto in the Sixteenth Century (Seattle, 2001), 78, 80. 27. Shatzmiller, Her Day in Court, 35; Rapoport, “Matrimonial Gifts,” 32. 28. Peirce, Morality Tales, 152. 29. Stanley Chojnacki, “Dowries and Kinsmen in Early Renaissance Venice,” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 5 (1975): 571–600, esp.

Peirce, Morality Tales, 222. Karin Gottschalk, Eigentum, Geschlecht, Gerechtigkeit: Haushalten und Erben im frühneuzeitlichen Leipzig (Frankfurt am Main, 2003). Rapoport, Marriage, Money, and Divorce, 62–63. Peirce, Morality Tales, 238; Powers, “The Maliki Family Endowment,” 385, 394; Shatzmiller, Her Day in Court, 73. ” Introduction 23 41. Kalliopi Papakonstantinou, Die collatio dotis: Mitgift und Miterben-Auseinandersetzung im römischen Recht (Cologne, 1998). 42. Laurent Mayali, Droit savant et coutumes: L’exclusion des filles dotées XIIème–XVème siècles (Frankfurt am Main, 1987).

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