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Suzanne Bartlet. Licoricia of Winchester: Marriage, Motherhood and Murder in the Medieval Anglo-Jewish Community. Portland, OR, and Edgware, UK: Vallentine-Mitchell, 2009. xiv, 160 pp.

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1. For a nuanced discussion of this view of bigamy and its role within the church, see d'Avray, D. L., Medieval Marriage: Symbolism and Society (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005), 131–67.

2. Charlotte Newman Goldy presents a fascinating analysis of Muriel's life following her divorce from David of Oxford. See Goldy, Charlotte Newman, “A Thirteenth-Century Anglo-Jewish Woman Crossing Boundaries: Visible and Invisible,” Journal of Medieval History 34, no. 2 (June 2008): 130–45.

Suzanne Bartlet. Licoricia of Winchester: Marriage, Motherhood and Murder in the Medieval Anglo-Jewish Community. Portland, OR, and Edgware, UK: Vallentine-Mitchell, 2009. xiv, 160 pp.

  • Ethan Zadoff (a1)

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