The beguines of medieval paris examines these religious communities and their direct participation in the citys commercial intellectual and religious life drawing on an array of sources including sermons religious literature tax rolls and royal account books tanya stabler miller contextualizes the history of parisian beguines within a . The beguines of medieval paris gender patronage and spiritual authority by tanya stabler miller publication year 2014 in the thirteenth century paris was the largest city in western europe the royal capital of france and the seat of one of europes most important universities in this vibrant and cosmopolitan city the beguines women who wished to devote their lives to christian . The beguines of medieval paris gender patronage and spiritual authority by tanya stabler miller review the catholic historical review volume 100 number 4 autumn 2014. The beguines and beghards in medieval culture with special emphasis on the belgian scene new york octagon books 1969 miller tanya stabler the beguines of medieval paris gender patronage and spiritual authority philadelphia university of pennsylvania press 2014. The beguines of medieval paris gender patronage and spiritual authority tanya stabler miller series enjoyed a level of patronage and esteem that was uncommon among like communities elsewhere some parisian beguines owned shops and played a vital role in the citys textile industry and economy french royals and nobles financially supported the beguinages and university clerics looked
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