Valante, Mary

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“Ek Skal Hér Ráða”: Themes of Female Honor in the Icelandic Sagas 2011 10114 There was a separate and unique code of honor and ethics for women living in Iceland during the Viking Age. What was female honor? Were Icelandic women expected to abide by a code of honor just like men? What were some main themes in this female c...
Humble Queen Of England: An Analysis Of Eleanor Of Aquitaine’s Role In The Governance Of The Angevin Empire 2017 2857 Many historians have tackled the subjects of Eleanor of Aquitaine as well as the Angevin Empire. However, few have studied her role in the governance of the Plantagenet lands. This work is an attempt to remedy this situation through the study of Elea...
Conquest From Behind These Walls: The Role Of Castles And Fortified Towns In The Anglo-Norman Occupation Of Wales 2018 179 From the Norman Conquest to the reign of King Edward I, the Anglo-Norman marcher lords carried out a gradual and improvised conquest of the Welsh princedoms through the usage of castles and fortifications. This paper will seek to uncover the militar...
Ethnopoiesis In Early Normandy 2018 221 This paper intends to explore the emergence of the Norman ethnicity during the first three generations of their settlement in Francia. Primarily through analysis of the Gesta Normannorum of Dudo of St. Quentin, the paper will track the deliberate mea...