[KINDLE] ❧ Matilda of Scotland: A Study in Medieval Queenship ❤ Lois L. Huneycutt – Thomashillier.co.uk Matilda of Scotland was the daughter of Malcolm III of Scotland and his Anglo Saxon queen Margaret Matilda s marriage to Henry I of England in brought Henry, son of William the Conqueror, a direct an Matilda of Scotland was the daughter Scotland: A MOBI õ of Malcolm III of Scotland and his Anglo Saxon queen Margaret Matilda s marriage to Henry I of England inbrought Henry, son of William the Conqueror, a direct and politically desirable link to Matilda s ancestor Alfred the Great Matilda was educated in the exclusive convents of Romsey and Wilton, a grounding which enabled her to further the literate court culture of the twelfth century, and under her control was a Matilda of PDF/EPUB or substantial demesne that allowed her to exercise both lay and ecclesiastical patronage In the matter of ruling, she was an active partner in administering Henry s cross channel realm, served as a member of his curia regis, and on occasion acted with what amounted to vice regal authority in England while Henry was in Normandy Chroniclers of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries often refer to her as Mathilda bona regina, or Matildis beatae memoriae, and for a time of Scotland: A PDF È she was popularly regarded as a saint Huneycutt s study shows how Matilda achieved such acclaim, both because the political structures of her day allowed her the opportunity to do so and because she herself was skilled at manipulating those structures This study will be valuable to those interested in not only English political history, but also to historians of women, the medieval church, and medieval culture.
- 207 pages
- Matilda of Scotland: A Study in Medieval Queenship
- Lois L. Huneycutt
- 02 June 2019 Lois L. Huneycutt