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Incest and the Medieval Imagination
26 August 2013

Incest and the Medieval Imagination
Incest and the Medieval Imagination
Ñlàrendon Press, Îõford University Press | 2001 | ISBN: 0198112092 9780198112099 | 309 pages | PDF | 6 MB

Every society has taboos about incest, but they differ considerably, and so do literary representations of incest. This book explores medieval uses of the incest motif in a variety of literary genres, including romance, hagiography, and exempla. This study is the first survey of medieval incest stories in their cultural context.
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19 August 2012

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20 August 2012

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2 November 2012

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Law, Sex, and Christian Society in Medieval Europe
11 September 2010

Law, Sex, and Christian Society in Medieval Europe
Law, Sex, and Christian Society in Medieval Europe
University Of Chicago Press 1990 | 698 | ISBN: 0226077845 | PDF | 45 Mb
This monumental study of medieval law and sexual conduct explores the origin and develpment of the Christian church's sex law and the systems of belief upon which that law rested. Focusing on the Church's own legal system of canon law, James A. Brundage offers a comprehensive history of legal doctrines–covering the millennium from A.D. 500 to 1500–concerning a wide variety of sexual behavior, including marital sex, adultery, homosexuality, concubinage, prostitution, masturbation, and incest. His survey makes strikingly clear how the system of sexual control in a world we have half-forgotten has shaped the world in which we live today. The regulation of marriage and divorce as we know it today, together with the outlawing of bigamy and polygamy and the imposition of criminal sanctions on such activities as sodomy, fellatio, cunnilingus, and bestiality, are all based in large measure upon ideas and beliefs about sexual morality that became law in Christian Europe in the Middle Ages....
History Channel - Modern Marvels: Mummy Tech (2008) PDTV
23 October 2010


History Channel - Modern Marvels: Mummy Tech (2008) PDTV
History Channel - Modern Marvels: Mummy Tech (2008) PDTV
Language: English
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Genre: Documentary

We all know the Egypt of the pyramids and King Tut’s tomb. But there’s much more. The daily life of ancient Egyptians was filled with magic, mystery, and sex. In this episode, we’ll take a closer look at the beliefs and habits of one of the world’s oldest cultures. There was incest in the royal palace, divine cats, and an entire industry devoted to ushering the dead into the next world. Spells, potions, and incantations ruled every aspect of life. Yet, even in these unusual customs, we’ll find the human face of the ancient people of Egypt. In this series, we’ll take an up-close exploration of the ancient world’s strangest stories, practices, and traditions.

The Witching Hour
16 January 2011

The Witching Hour

The Witching Hour

1990 | 976 | ISBN: 0394587863 | EPUB | 3 Mb

"We watch and we are always here" is the motto of the Talamasca, a saintly group with extrasensory powers which has for centuries chronicled the lives of the Mayfairs--a dynasty of witches that brought down a shower of flames in 17th-century Scotland, fled to the plantations of Haiti and on to the New World, where they settled in the haunted city of New Orleans. Rice ( The Queen of the Damned ) plumbs a rich vein of witchcraft lore, conjuring in her overheated, florid prose the decayed antebellum mansion where incest rules, dolls are made of human bone and hair, and violent storms sweep the skies each time a witch dies and the power passes on. Newly annointed is Rowan Mayfair, a brilliant California neurosurgeon kept in ignorance of her heritage by her adoptive parents. She returns to the fold after bringing back Michael Curry from the dead; he, too, has unwanted extrasensory gifts and, like Rowan and the 12 Mayfairs before her, has beheld Lasher: devil, seducer, spirit. Now Lasher wants to come through to this world forever and Rowan is the Mayfair who can open the door. This massive tome repeatedly slows, then speeds when Rice casts off the Talamasca's pretentious, scholarly tones and goes for the jugular with morbid delights, sexually charged passages and wicked, wild tragedy. ...
Lasher
16 January 2011

Lasher

Lasher

1993 | 592 | ISBN: 0679412956 | EPUB | 2 Mb

Returning to the Mayfair clan she introduced in The Witching Hour , Rice offers another vast, transcontinental saga of witchcraft and demonism in the tradition of Gothic melodrama. The eponymous Lasher is a demon spirit who preys on female Mayfairs in his attempt to procreate. Rowan Mayfair, queen of the coven who has borne Lasher's child, has now disappeared. At times this main narrative is lost as the story moves from the Louisiana Mayfairs to the Scottish Donnelaiths and the clandestine London Telamasca society, with copious personal histories and myriad characters. Long sections ramble without a compelling point of view, and are dampened by stock elements: cliched wind storms, sexy witches, the endless supply of money the Telemasca has at its disposal. At times, Lasher is too much in evidence (rattling the china, gnashing his teeth) to be frightening. But embedded in this antique demonism is a contemporary tale of incest and family abuse that achieves resonance. It is maintained through the character of Lasher, both child and man at the same time, who manipulates his victims with his own pain. At their best, Rice's characters rise above the more wooden plot machinations with an ironic and modern complexity: Mona, the young feminist witch with sharklike business instincts; Julien, the dead patriarch, who movingly recalls his male lovers; Yuri, the clever Serbian orphan. Despite lapses into uninspired language, ultimately the novel is compelling through its exhaustive monumentality. ...
Lucrezia Borgia: Life, Love, and Death in Renaissance Italy
22 March 2011

Lucrezia Borgia: Life, Love, and Death in Renaissance Italy

Lucrezia Borgia: Life, Love, and Death in Renaissance Italy

2005 | 448 | ISBN: 0143035959 | PDF + EPUB | 2 MB + 4 Mb

Lucrezia Borgia is legendary as the archetypal villainess who carried out the poisoning plotted by her scheming father—Pope Alexander VI, aka Rodrigo Borgia—and by her ruthlessly ambitious brother Cesare. The facts of Lucrezia's case are sorted out from fiction by Bradford's humanizing biography, which presents Lucrezia as an intelligent noblewoman, powerless to defy her family's patriarchal order, yet an enlightened ruler in her own right as Duchess of Ferrara. Drawing on extensive archival evidence, Bradford (Disraeli; Princess Grace) explains how Lucrezia's first husband, after their marriage was annulled, vengefully tarnished her name with accusations of incest. Bradford discredits the popular belief that Lucrezia helped Cesare assassinate her second husband. Lucrezia emerges as a political realist who participated with her father and brother in a campaign to marry into the powerful Este family, winning the affections of her new husband, Alfonso d'Este, later Duke of Ferrara. Bradford portrays Lucrezia's extramarital affairs as daring and passionate romances of the heart and describes her cultivated court life and her kindness to artists and poets. Although Bradford's portrait is not immune to a fictionalizing style, especially when ascribing emotional states to its subject, as a project designed to distinguish the historical Lucrezia Borgia from the legend, Bradford's readable biography resoundingly succeeds. ...
Sexology collection. Sex in the Ancient World from A - Z
23 March 2011

Sexology collection. Sex in the Ancient World from A - Z

Sexology collection. Sex in the Ancient World from A - Z

PDF | 362 pages | English | ISBN: 0415242525 | 12 MB

In this fascinating and revealing A-to-Z, John G. Younger examines the sexual practices, expressions and attitudes of the Greeks and Romans, from Catullus and Caligula, to orgies and obscenity, and from abstinence and incest, to pederasty and prostitution.