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Benedictine oblation: a study of the rearing of boys in monasteries in the early Middle Ages
Patricia Anne Quinn
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Quinn, Patricia Anne. "Benedictine Child-rearing: Architectural Clues from the St. Gall Plan." Cuyahoga Review 1 (): Quinn, Patricia Anne. "Benedictine Oblation: A Study of the Rearing of Boys in Monasteries in the Early Middle Ages." Ph.D.
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How This Book Is Organized This study of family life in the Middle Ages is organized into two major sections. in the Celtic cultures that persisted into the Middle Ages, all the men and boys in the family—and none of the women and girls—were potential heirs of family property.
As in the early Middle Ages. Monastic Matrix: A scholarly resource for the study of women's religious communities from to CE; Monastic Matrix is an ongoing collaborative effort by an international group of scholars of medieval history, religion, history of art, archaeology, religion, and other disciplines, as well as librarians and experts in computer technology.
Childhood and childrearing in ad status sermons by later thirteenth century friars Jenny Swanson It is difficult to obtain a balanced and accurate picture of medieval views of such topics as child hood, treatment of children, and the nature of fam ily ties, whether of affection or by: 4.
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How did medieval hermits survive on their self-denying diet. What did they eat, and how did unethical monks get around the rules?5/5(1). Both boys and girls were expected to help in the fields and in the home, but gender roles were carefully preserved.
Boys learned their father’s trade or cared for the livestock. Girls were responsible for gleaning the fields after harvest and for keeping the house supplied with water from wells that, in town at least, were usually communal.
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I., K. Haoenbach Die. boys and girls Pius, every one contributed a certain sum. proceeds of these contributions There was expended annually for the were educated. boys 30 denarii (20s.) and for the girls 24 den. (I7s.). The ages of the boys ranged from three to fifteen, and of the girls from three to twelve years.
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