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Gwybodaeth Lyfryddol
Religion and Culture in the Middle Ages: Feminine Sanctity in Medieval Wales
Jane Cartwright
ISBN: 9780708319994 (0708319998)Dyddiad Cyhoeddi Gorffennaf 2008
Cyhoeddwr: Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru / University of Wales Press, Caerdydd
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Astudiaeth sy'n agor cwys newydd wrth ddehongli benywod crefyddol yr oesoedd canol yng Nghymru. Mae'r gyfrol yn cywain deunydd o fucheddau'r santesau, barddoniaeth frodorol, hanes ffynhonnau bendigaid a thystiolaeth weledol er mwyn darlunio sancteiddrwydd benywaidd, yr hyn yr oedd yn ei olygu, sut y'i cyfleir, ac eiconograffeg perthynol mewn cyd-destun Cymreig.

This ground-breaking study sheds new light on the religious women of medieval Wales. Drawing on a wide range of sources from saints' lives and native poetry to holy wells and visual evidence, the volume will explore feminine sanctity, its meanings, manifestations and related iconography in a specifically Welsh context.
Bywgraffiad Awdur:
Dr Jane Cartwright is Lecturer in Welsh and Welsh Studies at the University of Lampeter, Wales. She has written widely on Welsh Medieval themes in both Welsh and English and has established a reputation as a leading scholar in this field.
Gwybodaeth Bellach:
This ground-breaking study sheds new light on the religious women of medieval Wales. Drawing on a wide range of sources from saints' lives and native poetry to holy wells and visual evidence, the volume will explore feminine sanctity, its meanings, manifestations and related iconography in a specifically Welsh context. In addition to discussing Welsh sources on the Virgin Mary and the universal saints of Christendom, the volume also provides valuable insights into the history of Welsh nunneries and some of the lesser-known Welsh women saints, such as Dwynwen and the martyr Tudful. Connections will be made between the Welsh material and evidence in England and Continental Europe.
"There is no equivalent study of female sanctity in Wales in the English language…[and this book] will make a real contribution to a number of debates in British, European and North American scholarship. The author now has an established reputation as the leading scholar (I would say in the world) in the field of female spirituality in medieval Wales."
Professor Diane Watt, Department of English, University of Wales Aberystwyth.
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