By Auguste Demmin
Иллюстрированная история оружия и доспехов.
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The Properties of Marriage in Late Medieval Europe 31 North Americans) during the early modern period in a context of continued economic, legal, political, and religious change, all associated with the continuing commercialization of the European economy and society. By the time of the French Revolution, the companionate marriage would exist throughout the West as the middle class ideal and the norm against which all marriages would hereafter be measured. In the century to come, as Europe colonized other parts of the world, this model, with all its inconsistencies and ambiguities, would serve as the mark of Western ‘modernity’ to which the colonized were instructed to aspire.
Hence, rather than ‘property’ tout court, I am interested in the forms property took in this age, the significance of the differences among them, and the ways that each form was transferred, claimed, or owned. Specifically, I am interested in movable wealth and I want to propose that the proliferation of this kind of property put new pressure on conjugality, subtlely eroding the bond that had once tied husband to wife, parents to children, and nuclear core to kin. Marriages that had once been secured by immovable property now became tools for securing property, and to perform that role they had to be based on something more reliable than the movable assets that were the very source of the new instability.
28 For representative studies, see R. J. Faith, ‘Peasant Families and Inheritance Customs in Medieval England’, Agricultural History Review, 14 (1966), 77–95; Eleanor Searle, Lordship and Community: Battle Abbey and its Banlieu, 1066–1538 (Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 1974); Maryanne Kowaleski, Local Markets and Regional Trade in Medieval Exeter (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995); Richard H. Britnell, The Commercialisation of English Society, 1000–1500 (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1996); for the Low Countries, especially Flanders, see Adriaan E.
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