Welsh noblewomen in the thirteenth century : an historical study of medieval Welsh law and gender roles
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Includes bibliographical references (p. -262) and index.
Introduction: Languishing in the footnotes : women and Welsh medieval historiography -- Negotiating behind the scenes : Senana ferch Caradog -- The daughters of Llywelyn Fawr -- Margaret of Bromfield -- Abduction and rape of the King's baroness : Maud Clifford -- Legitimising the conquest of Wales : Anglo-Norman noblewomen who married Welsh noblemen -- The Welsh laws of women -- Certain Welsh nuns -- South and central Wales : Native Welsh noblewomen in the historical and literary record -- Conclusion -- Genealogical tables.