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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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There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Private owners also had lucrative benefits from the lease of their brothels. Penalties differed according to their classification. Prostitution is included in the chapter entitled On various fornications De diuersis fornicationibus: This money was to be used as a settlement to compensate the woman.

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Revelation and “Moral Pornography” 8. Concubinage for clerics was legal in Spanish secular law until the thirteenth century but continued being tolerated by society throughout the medieval period. They usually received 90 percent of the amount paid daily by the prostitutes for the rent of the botica. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web.

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Afraid of ruining his good name, he requested release and permission to make a legal appeal. This required first and foremost the prohibition of all prostitution by public or secret women outside of the brothel.

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Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. This led to the question of whether prostitutes should pay tithes.

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Concubinage and Prostitution Eukene Lacarra Lanz Cohabitation and Concubinage I, Sancha de Bolea, resident of Daroca and previously resident of Zaragossa, became by chance a wayward woman, because a man there, in Zaragossa, took my maidenhood and dishonored me, and I was on the verge of going to the brothels.

In contrast to prostitutes, panderers, called in Spanish alcahuetas, were severely punished. Customers had to be unmarried. Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link.

Marriage and Sexuality in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia

The documents rarely shed light on the time the couple lived together, but they usually provided lanx conditions for separation. Spanish legal codes fueros contained provisions about prostitutes from a very early date. Other books in this series. Coloquio sobre la literatura del siglo XV, ed.

On Sundays, prostitutes could laczrra receive clients or eat before Mass. Popularity Popularity Featured Price: VIPartidas IV. Death was the punishment met by those who procured honest women and pimped their wives. However, in the Jesuit discourse all sins were equally grave because they indicated an inner habit to violate sacred precepts.

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Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Dawn Bratsch-Prince, Pawn or Player?: Juan, allegedly a cleric, was accused of having a concubine, and Leonor of being his concubine. The canon addressed to consenting husbands might also be related to prostitution. Many of these men had known trades and did not live exclusively from procuring. The general state of the economy in Spain at the end of the sixteenth century was bordering chaos, and this affected all businesses, including prostitution.

Once the Reconquest Reconquista ended and the monarchy had no free land left to give their vassals as fiefdoms, the king and queen granted them instead the privilege of owning a bordello, or even the right to exploit all the brothels of a kingdom.

Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Women were accused more frequently of this offense, but men did not escape the law either.