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Title: Maria de Portugal, una dona amagada per la història
Author: Cantarell, Elena
Comas, Mireia
Keywords: Rol social
Estudis de dones
Història de la dona
Història medieval
Social role
Women's studies
Women's history
Medieval history
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: Universitat de Barcelona
Abstract: The points of departure of this article are our own researches which talked about Maria of Portugal and widowhood during the 14ht century, respectively. We were interested in the figure of Maria of Portugal as example of all that kind of people, mostly women but also children who were treated as change currency by their relatives. They were used to guaranty peace treaties and other agreements, but also as hostages in war times. This article is based on the study of Maria's will, which is preserved in the Arxiu de la Coroan d'Aaragó. however we also thought necessary to present the figure of Maria of Portugal in order to grasp, not only the events that marked her life, but also the way they influenced in her thoughts an feelings.
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It is part of: Acta Historica et Archaeologica Mediaevalia, 2002, num. 23/24, p. 557-574
ISSN: 0212-2960
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