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Wandering Women and Holy Matrons

Women as Pilgrims in the Later Middle Ages

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Women commonly became pilgrims in Latin Christendom in the later Middle Ages, despite the opposition of contemporary critics. This book explores women’s participation in many forms of pilgrimage, and also their construction of positive interpretations of that participation.

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