Chapter 13 Dilectissimae filiae: emperatrices y reinas en el epistolario gregoriano

In: Mujeres imperiales, mujeres reales

Purchase instant access (PDF download and unlimited online access):

Abstract

The episcopate of Gregory the Great is a turning point in pontifical relations with the eastern Roman Empire and the western Germanic kingdoms, in which empresses and queens played a prominent role that has not been fully recognised by historiography. Through his epistles, the Gregorian attitude towards women with power and their political transcendence is analysed.

Mujeres imperiales, mujeres reales

Representaciones públicas y representaciones del poder en la Antigüedad tardía y Bizancio

Series: 

Metrics

All Time Past Year Past 30 Days
Abstract Views 43 43 5
Full Text Views 1 1 0
PDF Views & Downloads 2 2 0