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Carnal Commerce in Counter-Reformation Rome.

Storey, Tessa

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ISBN 10: 0521844339 / ISBN 13: 9780521844338
Verlag: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge University Press, 2008
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xiv 296p hardback with dustjacket, NEW, this title was published in the series New Studies in European History. Buchnummer des Verkäufers PAB 157470

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Focusing on the period 1566?1656, this original and lively study, first published in 2008, sheds light on the daily lives and material culture of ordinary prostitutes and their clients in Rome after the Counter-Reformation. Tessa Storey uses a range of archival sources, including criminal records, letters, courtroom testimonies, images and popular and elite literature, to reveal issues of especial concern to contemporaries. In particular, she explores how and why women became prostitutes, the relationships between prostitutes and clients, and the wealth which potentially could be accumulated. Notarial documents provide a unique perspective on the economics and material culture of prostitution, showing what could be earned and how prostitutes dressed and furnished their homes. The book challenges traditional assumptions about the success of post-Tridentine reforms on Roman prostitution, revealing that despite energetic attempts at social disciplining by the Counter-Reformation Popes, prostitution continued to flourish, and to provide a lucrative living for many women.

Inhaltsangabe: Focusing on the period 1566?1656, this original and lively study sheds light on the daily lives and material culture of ordinary prostitutes and their clients in Rome after the Counter-Reformation. Tessa Storey uses a range of archival sources, including criminal records, letters, courtroom testimonies, images and popular and elite literature, to reveal issues of especial concern to contemporaries. In particular, she explores how and why women became prostitutes, the relationships between prostitutes and clients, and the wealth which potentially could be accumulated. Notarial documents provide a unique perspective on the economics and material culture of prostitution, showing what could be earned and how prostitutes dressed and furnished their homes. The book challenges traditional assumptions about the success of post-Tridentine reforms on Roman prostitution, revealing that despite energetic attempts at social disciplining by the Counter-Reformation Popes, prostitution continued to flourish, and to provide a lucrative living for many women.

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Titel: Carnal Commerce in Counter-Reformation Rome.

Verlag: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge University Press

Erscheinungsdatum: 2008

Einband: Hardcover

Zustand: As New

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