Love and Marriage is the theme of this week’s issue, as we take a look at love-letters from the 12th-century, and defining marriage in the 13th. Read about the dangers of weddings in Italy, and the possibility of mixed-religious unions in Poland.
Inside this issue:
L is for Love, V is for Vendetta, and M is for Marriage in Medieval and Renaissance Italy
Defining Marriage in the 13th-century
Love Letters from the 12th-century
Were mixed Christian-Jewish marriages possible in Medieval Poland?
Reading the banns: How the Church tried to perfect the institution of marriage
Book Excerpt: Edward IV & Eilsabeth Woodville: A True Romance
Tales from Sacchetti: Arranging a Marriage
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