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Prostitution in the medieval world

by Leo Markun

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Published by Haldeman-Julius Co. in Girard, Kan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Prostitution,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLeo Markun
    SeriesLittle blue book -- no. 1111
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ114 .M37 1926
    The Physical Object
    Pagination63, [1] p. ;
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24952548M
    OCLC/WorldCa11017176

    Common Women: Prostitution and Sexuality in Medieval England (Studies in the History of Sexuality) eBook: Karras, Ruth Mazo: : Kindle Store/5(7). Prostitution in France (the exchange of sexual acts for money) was legal until April , but several surrounding activities were illegal, like operating a brothel, living off the avails (), and paying for sex with someone under the age of 18 (the age of consent for sex is 15).. On 6 April , the French National Assembly voted to punish customers of prostitutes by a fine of €1,

    This groundbreaking book challenges many stereotypical views about the historical practice of prostitution. Based on twenty years' research, and organized by region, it charts the history of sex for sale in those chief centres of the late antique and medieval East, whether in Arabia, Egypt, Syria or Anatolia.   A: In your current research on prostitution in late medieval Germany and Switzerland have you come to any unexpected conclusions? JP: I would have to say that I’m constantly surprised by the sheer ambiguity of prostitution in the material that I look at, which deals primarily with individuals (the book I’m writing is a bit like microhistory.

    Common Women deals not only with the realities of late medieval prostitution, but also with "how various people and groups in medieval culture understood what it meant to be a whore" (p. 4). Karras notes that medieval understandings of whoredom were not class-based imposi-tions of middle-class morality on those farther down the social.   While prostitution is often labeled the oldest profession in the world little is known about women like Cristiana and less still about why she ended up working in prostitution. There were multiple reasons why women in the medieval period could end up working as prostitutes, motives which no doubt varied from person to person.


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By the midth century an institution that had been characteristic of late medieval urban life had vanished, one into which the testimony of the Nördlingen women offers a brief yet vital glimpse.

Jamie Page is a research fellow at the University of Tübingen. He is writing a book on prostitution and subjectivity in late medieval Germany. "Ruth Karras's new book will become a standard text on medieval prostitution, but it will also be required reading for anyone interested in gender, sexuality, and women in the middle ages.

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Girard, Kan: Haldeman-Julius Co. MLA Citation. Markun, Leo. Prostitution in the medieval world / Leo Markun Haldeman-Julius Co Girard, Kan Australian/Harvard Citation. Markun, Leo.Prostitution in the medieval world / Leo Markun Haldeman-Julius Co Girard, Kan.

Wikipedia Citation. In the Europe of the Middle Ages, there was the paradox of universal tolerance on the one hand and conviction regarding prostitution on the other. Although technically a sin (because it revolves around the act of fornication), prostitution was recognized by the Church and other sectors as a ‘necessary evil’.

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