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The Writings of Agnes of Harcourt

The Life of Isabelle of France and the Letter on Louis IX and Longchamp (Notre Dame Texts in Medieval Culture)

by Agnes of Harcourt

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Published by University of Notre Dame Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biography: general,
  • Essays, journals, letters & other prose works,
  • Literary studies: classical, early & medieval,
  • Prose & writers: classical, early & medieval,
  • c 1000 CE to c 1500,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • French,
  • History: World,
  • Europe - France,
  • Medieval,
  • 1225-1270,
  • Biography,
  • Blessed,
  • France,
  • Isabelle,,
  • Princess of France,,
  • Princesses

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsSean L. Field (Editor, Introduction, Translator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages106
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9562176M
    ISBN 100268044031
    ISBN 109780268044039

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The Writings of Agnes of Harcourt by Agnes of Harcourt Download PDF EPUB FB2

Agnes of Harcourt is an important though little-known 13th-century author. Born into a leading Norman noble family, she became an abbess at the new royal Franciscan abbey of Longchamp, founded just outside of Paris by Isabelle of France, sister of Louis IX.4/5(1).

The third abbess, Agnes of Harcourt, wrote a Life of Isabelle which has hitherto been virtually unknown, as well as a Letter on Louis IX and Longchamp which has never before appeared in print. In this pioneering book Sean Field provides reliable texts and translations of the Life and the Letter.4/5(1).

Description. Agnes of Harcourt is an important though little-known 13th-century author. Born into a leading Norman noble family, she became an abbess at the new royal Franciscan abbey of Longchamp, founded just outside of Paris by Isabelle of France, sister of Louis IX.

Agnes d'Harcourt (died ) was an author and the abbess of the Abbey of Longchamp. d'Harcourt became a nun and joined the convent at Longchamp inserving alongside the abbey's founder, Isabelle of her time at Longchamp d'Harcourt was appointed abbess, and she remained at the abbey as a nun until her death.

ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 23 cm. Contents: The subject: Isabelle of France --The author: Agnes of Harcourt --Dates and titles of the texts --Historical context of Agnes's writings --Summary of contents --Manuscripts and previous editions --Establishment of the texts --Language of the texts and translation.

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In the s Agnes wrote a substantial Price: $ For an introduction to Agnes of Harcourt's career, see Field, The Writings of AH, 3 – 8. Allirot, “Isabelle de France, soeur de saint Louis: la vierge savante,” 56, dates Agnes's Vie to – Though this is not the place to debate a discrepancy of a few years, I would note that I do not find Professor Allirot's reading of the.

Agnes Harcourt, identified variously as the widow of Thomas Stonor, and daughter and heir of Sir Robert Harcourt,[2] and as one of the five daughters and coheirs of Sir Robert Harcourt, standard-bearer of Henry VII at Bosworth,[3][4] and mother of William Cope's eldest son and heir, Stephen Cope, esquire, who was Serjeant of the Poultry to.

Agnes de Harcourt was born circaat birth place, to Robert Harcourt and Agnes Harcourt (born Lymerick / Limerisk). Agnes was born circain Denshauger, Northampton, England. Agnes had 7 siblings: John Harcourt, Margaret Morton (born Harcourt) and 5 other siblings.

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Three vernacular religious biographies were written by women about other women around the year Agnes of Harcourt's Francien Vie d'Isabelle de France (ca. ), Felipa of Porcelet's Provencal Vida de la benaurada sancta Doucelina (begun ca. ), and Marguerite of Oingt's Franco-Provencal Via seiti Biatrix virgina de Ornaciu (between and ).

The title Viscount Harcourt was created a second time in for Lewis Harcourt, but the title was again extinguished on the death of his son. French branch. In France, Errand of Harcourt's brother, Robert I of Harcourt, sire of Harcourt, continued the Harcourt line in France.

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