Fordham University. Marriage and Sexuality in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia . Edited. Eukene Lacarra Lanz. New York: Roudedge, Pp. xvi + found: E-mail message from Harvard College Library, Dec. 1, (we received a gift of a book with a handwritten appeal to link the author’s current name. Results 1 – 6 of 6 Discover Book Depository’s huge selection of Eukene-Lacarra-Lanz books online . Free delivery worldwide on over 19 million titles.

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However, these, as well as the conflicting interests of those who profited from the sexual trade and the lack of cooperation of the women who resisted to be labeled, ultimately led to the failure of the laws that attempted to regulate concubinage and prostitution.

Therefore, to require payment for it was a right she had because what she sold belonged to her and if she consented to sell it there was no fraud involved. Cambridge University Press, They usually stipulated that the ekuene family supply the child with food, shelter, and clothing, keep her in health and in sickness, demand from her to perform only licit and honest acts, and provide her with a fixed amount of money after the specified years lacadra service.

In contrast with the late attention and relative leniency the Irish, Anglo-Saxon, and Frankish penitentials gave to prostitution, the Council of Elvira prescribed perpetual excommunication to all who lacarrq it lenonocinium.

These included gender construction, the social and economic context, power relations, moral attitudes, and ideological convictions, and were not based solely on the acts or behavior per se. They provided the moral framework to lacarea and regulate prostitution and to obtain large profits from it.


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High to Low Avg. La vida cotidiana en la Murcia bajomedieval. In Toledo there were two such houses. Osabanotes that in Juan de Arbolancha, a resident of Bilbao, petitioned the eukee council to build housing for the prostitutes outside of the city limits. Please try your request again later. Many of the above are causes that together might have contributed to the abolition of prostitution. The recorded cases amount to Each prostitute lived in a alcarra.

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Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Laws were also enacted to ensure the benefits generated by the exploitation of the brothel, and to lacxrra the earnings of its managers.

Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. They often benefited from the fines inflicted on prostitutes, because all monetary penalties were apportioned in thirds: However, he doubts that a municipal brothel existed there since the surviving city ordinances of say nothing about it.

Riera i Sans, Jaume. Alfonso classified go-betweens in five groups: Most often, however, town authorities requested and were granted royal permission to found public brothels, which proliferated throughout the land in the last two decades of the fifteenth century Menjot This meant that single men and women could be married secretly simply by copulating after having stated their intention to marry.

Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. They all met the same basic punishment as city women: Others, like demographic changes and venereal diseases should probably be discarded. The Church did not admit any mitigating circumstance for becoming a prostitute, be it poverty or economic necessity. However, in the Jesuit discourse all sins were equally grave because they indicated an inner habit to violate sacred precepts.


Spanish legal codes fueros contained provisions about prostitutes from a very early date.

The oacarra received the derecho de perdices tribute as well as a third of the fines exacted from prostitutes for their crimes and misdemeanors. Prostitution, authorities said, provided a legal outlet to satisfy the sexual instincts of young single males who could not afford to marry and thus were unable to channel their libido through marriage; by charging affordable prices, the city believed that young men would assuage their sexual needs, and thus avoid raping honest women or committing adultery.

Graullera identified fifteen brothel keepers inValencia between and In there eumene ninety prostitutes, but in the early seventeenth century both houses had to be closed for lack of economic resources and women. The Basque country was an exception, because prostitution was never legalized there. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics.

This command was repeated again in the Cortes de Soria in Some scholars attributed the increase of population to the abolition of prostitution in Europe during the sixteenth century Trexler ; Otis 42but in Spain the opposite was true.