Warring Maidens, Captive Wives, and Hussite Queens: Women and Men at War and at Peace in Fifteenth Century Bohemia. East European Monographs, Vol. DXXVII. The long title of the book reflects in some way the complexity of the problem itself.
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Bohemia was characterized by a cultural framework which assigned authority to men. But even as dependent daughters, sisters, and wives, medieval women were actively working to better their lot both discreetly and openly. This study focuses on these dissident women and the men that recognized their dignity.