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Queenship and Voice in Medieval Northern Europe
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This book examines female lordship and the power of the political voice in medieval Northern Europe, focusing on three prominent, foreign-born queens of medieval Scandinavia - Agnes of Denmark (d. 1304), Eufemia of Norway (d. 1312) and Margareta of Denmark/Sweden (d. 1412) - who acted as cultural mediators and initiators of political change.


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The Royal Families of Denmark, Norway and Sweden Three Nordic Queens Sound, voice and vox : The Acoustics of the Self in the Middle Ages 'You Danes must do as I say...': Queen Agnes and the Regicide of 1286 Voicing and Legacy: Queen Eufemia of Norway Margareta of Denmark and the Voice of Identity Afterword: The Queen's Two Voices


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ISBN-13: 9781349289271
Publisher: Macmillan Education (Palgrave Macmillan)
Publication date: October, 2010
Pages: 237
Weight: 379g
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Subcategories: Psychology

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