Winter Quarter 2003
HSTAM 340: MEDIEVAL WOMEN
MTWThF 09:30-10:20
SAVERY HALL 239
 
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Final Exam ID Items


  • Enhedu' Anna
  • Paul the Apostle
  • Aristotle
  • Empress (Saint) Helena
  • Saint Perpetua
  • Pius Aeneas
  • The Rape of the Sabine Women
  • The Rape of Lucretia
  • Tacitus
  • Gnostic Gosples
  • Patria Potestas
  • Virgil
  • Jezebel
  • Fedelm of Connacht
  • Queen Medb
  • Clothild (d. 544)
  • Clovis (d. 511)
  • Austreberta (650-703)
  • Balthild (d. ca. 700)
  • Amalasuintha of the Ostrogoths
  • Brunhild (b. 545x550)
  • Childebert I
  • Genesius
  • Merovingian Dynasty
  • Caesareus of Arles
  • St. Caesarea of Arles
  • St. Columbanus
  • Charlemagne
  • Gregory of Tours
  • Eligius, bishop of Noyon
  • The Salic Law
  • Dionysio Hadriana
  • Saint Augustine, bp. of Hippo
  • Louis the Pious
  • Hilda of Widby
  • St. Ethelreda
  • St. Saxburga
  • Isle of Ely
  • Héloïse
  • Paraclete
  • "Theory of Intention"
  • Nominalism & Realism
  • Hildegarde von Bingen
  • Abbess
  • St. Radegundis, of Poitiers
  • Gregorian Reform Movement
  • Matilda of Canossa
  • Virago
  • Tertiary Orders
  • Beguines
  • Poor Clares
  • Albigensians, Catharism
  • Fourth Lateran Council
  • Robert Grosseteste
  • Ancrene Wisse
  • Jacques de Vitry
  • Dower vs. Dowry
  • Merchet
  • Eleanor of Aquitaine
  • Ermengard of Narbonne
  • Raymond V, count of Toulouse
  • Henry II of England
  • La Querelle des Femmes
  • Christine de Pizan
  • Jean de Meun
  • Courtly Love
  • Jacob Burckhardt
  • Caterina Sforza
  • Castiglione's The Courtier
  • The Reformation
  • Margery Stanton (1579)
  • Malleus Maleficarum