|Act (1429), franchise to forty-shilling freeholders 86|
|Aethelbert (king of Mercia) 112-13 ;|
|Aethelred, charter (985) to Wulfrun 58 ;|
|agrarian capitalism, emergence of 50 ;|
|free wage labour and, in England 51 ;|
|results in England of declining population 52|
|Alfred (the Great), laws under 100 , 102 , 115 ;|
|Anglo-Saxon England, grounds for divorce in. 117 ;|
|thegns rewarded with land for military and administrative duties in 80 ;|
|understanding brideprice in 120|
|Anglo-Saxon kinship, bilaterality of 101-2 ;|
|sisterly relations in 100 , 110 ;|
|subordinate status of daughters and wives 102 , 110 ;|
|wide range of function in 103 ;|
|women's position contradictory within 127|
|Anglo-Saxon social formation 4 , 36 , 42 , 67|
|Anglo-Saxon society, polygamy and concubinage and 116 ;|
|property and patriarchy in 42 ;|
|state formation and 78-9 ;|
|Athelstan, laws under 100 , 102|
|atomism, of class-patriarchy relationship 24 , 123|
|atomistic ontology, internal relations perspective and 31|
|Barker, Diana, Leonard 91 , 95|
|Benefit of Clergy, a male privilege 104|
|Black Death (1348) 48 , 83|
|Bracton (13th century writer) 60 , 103 , 107|
|British Nationality Bill (1981) 80|
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Book title: The Law of the Father? Patriarchy in the Transition from Feudalism to Capitalism.
Contributors: Mary Murray - Author.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1995.
Page number: 153.
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