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Women in the middle ages

Highlights women's participation in the period c.1150-1400. This is an analytical work which dispels some popular myths about women's roles in a variety of different contexts. Utilizes manuscript illuminations and wood cuts to illustrate various elements of daily life.

Corporate Author: University of Toronto. Media Centre.
Other Authors: University of Toronto. Centre for Medieval Studies.
Format: Video VHS
Language: English
Published: Toronto, Ont. : Media Centre, University of Toronto, 1992
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Summary: Highlights women's participation in the period c.1150-1400. This is an analytical work which dispels some popular myths about women's roles in a variety of different contexts. Utilizes manuscript illuminations and wood cuts to illustrate various elements of daily life.
Item Description: Closed captioned.
Physical Description: 1 videocassette (VHS) (22 min.) : sd. (stereo.), col. ; 1/2 in.
Format: VHS.
Production Credits: Narrator, Gale Garnett ; camera, Ernie Lopez, Milan Podsedly ; editor, Ernie Lopez.