Tamar the Great (born ca. 1160, r. 1184–1213) ruled the medieval kingdom of Georgia at the height of its political power and cultural influence. The eleventh and twelfth centuries saw the development of powerful centralized...
Lois Huneycutt is Associate Professor of History at the University of Missouri, Columbia, and has worked extensively on Anglo-Norman queenship. She is currently at work on a project reassessing the role of women in Europe’s conversion to Christianity, and her most recent publication is an article on women and power in volume two of Bloomsbury’s A Cultural History of Women in the Middle Ages, edited by Kim M. Phillips. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
...My thanks to Linda Ehrsam Voigts and Theresa Coletti for their comments on a preliminary version of this chapter, presented at the 2015 meeting of the Mid America Medieval Society, and to Ellie Woodacre for her insightful suggestions...
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