By Susan S. Morrison
This thought-provoking publication explores medieval perceptions of pilgrimage, gender and area. It examines genuine existence proof for the common presence of ladies pilgrims, in addition to secular and literary texts touching on pilgrimage and girls pilgrims represented within the visible arts. girls pilgrims have been inextricably associated with sexuality and their presence at the pilgrimage trails used to be considered as tainting sacred area.
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The patterning of such images would help to establish and cement hierarchical relations… A building’s iconography signalled overlapping, multiple meanings. 132 32 Women pilgrims in late medieval England What did milk signify in the Middle Ages? In a personal narrative (dated 1553– 5) a Spanish Franciscan pilgrim to the Holy Land describes the origin of the Virgin Mary’s milk as a relic. [W]e saw the cave where the Virgin remained for some time, giving suck to the infant Jesus. This place is an underground cavern and contains an altar.
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