Start by marking Medieval Portraits from East and West as Want to Read . Eleanor Shipley Duckett was an English-born philologist and medieval historian who taught at Smith College.
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Medieval Portraits from East and West. Pp. 270. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1972. Full text views reflects the number of PDF downloads, PDFs sent to Google Drive, Dropbox and Kindle and HTML full text views. Total number of HTML views: 0. Total number of PDF views: 0 .
Miss Duckett was the author of Death and Life in the Tenth Century, published in 1967, and of Medieval Portraits from East and West . Other books were Carolingian Portraits and Gateway to the Middle Ages.
Miss Duckett was the author of Death and Life in the Tenth Century, published in 1967, and of Medieval Portraits from East and West, published in 1972. One of her works, Alfred the Great, was the basis for the screen play of a 1969 motion picture, Alfred the Great. She leaves a sister, Mary A. Duckett.
Eleanor Shipley Duckett (7 November 1880, Bridgwater, Somerset, England – 23 November 1976) was an English-born philologist and medieval historian who spent most of her career in the United States. For thirty years, she taught at Smith College (Northampton, Massachusetts). Duckett, Eleanor Shipley. Science and Creation in the Middle Ages: Henry of Langenstein (d. 1397) on Genesis.
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Eleanor Shipley Duckett (Author). These are good thumbnail portraits of the leaders of the households of Charlemagne and Louis the Pius. Here is a good way to get an introduction to the age and the folks who were some of its leading thinkers, folks who pushed back the DARK AGES.
a b Duckett, Eleanor. Ann Arbor, Michigan: The University of Michigan Press, 1972. 25 Pulcheria felt that here was the bride she had long sought. Athenais was not only a girl of striking beauty and charm; she was one could see, of unusual intelligence and knowledge. Her father, she told the Empress, had given all care to her education in Athens, especially in matters literary and artistic.