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... Henrietta Leyser in between finding out about John of Gaunt's retinue as it is sometimes easy to impose our own views and beliefs on the events of a particular period ... Love and marriage in medieval England - HistoryExtra ... . Under medieval Church law, there were only a few, very specific reasons which could allow men and women to ask for a divorce. These included: where one party had a pre-contract of marriage with another individual Medieval marriage has been widely discussed, and this book gives a brief and accessible overview of an important subject. It covers the entire medieval period, and engages with a wide range of primary sources, both legal and literary. In a longish introduction, McCarthy presents the the ... Marriage law - Wikipedia ... . It covers the entire medieval period, and engages with a wide range of primary sources, both legal and literary. In a longish introduction, McCarthy presents the thesis that marriage in medieval England was over-regulated, and therefore subject to unexpected contradictions. Part of the conflict arose from the clash of jurisdictions in the Church courts and the secular courts, which were respectively subject to the codes of canon and common law, both influenced by Roman civil law. Law and marriage in medieval and early modern times: Responsibility: Per Andersen, Kirsi Salonen, Helle Møller Sigh, and Helle Vogt. Reviews. User-contributed reviews Tags. Add tags for "Law and mariage [sic] in medieval and early ... Marriage, Family, and Law in Medieval Europe Book Description: A collection of essays by Michael Sheehan, whose work and interpretation on medieval property, marriage, family, sexuality, and law has insprired scholars for 40 years. Amazon.com: Law and Marriage in Medieval and Early Modern Times: Proceedings of the Eighth Carlsberg Academy Conference on Medieval Legal History 2011 (9788757426892): Andersen, Per, Salonen, Kirsi, Moller Sigh, Helle, Vogt, Helle: Books Common-law marriage, marriage undertaken without either a civil or religious ceremony. In a common-law marriage, the parties simply agree to consider themselves married. The common-law marriage is a rarity today, mainly because of the legal problems of property and inheritance that attend it in Interestingly, the idea of common law marriage actually dates back to medieval England. It simply came about due to transportation difficulties and limitations. Clerics and justices who officiated at marriages were not always able to travel to couples in rural locations. In such cases, the couple could establish a marriage by "common law." Law and Marriage in Medieval & Early Modern Times Af Per Andersen,Kirsi Sionen, Helle Møller Sigh & Helle Vogt red. I denne engelsksprogede antologi præsenteres diskussionsemner og konklusioner fremlagt på den 8. Carlsberg Academy konference i 2011, der samlede de fremmeste forskere inden for middelalderemner....