¿Un consumo imprescindible? El traje femenino e las Cartas de Capital del Valle de Lecrín (1730-1770) = An indispensable consumption? women's clothing in the Charters of the Capital of Lecrin Valley (1730-1770)

Estudios Humanísticos. Historia

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Title ¿Un consumo imprescindible? El traje femenino e las Cartas de Capital del Valle de Lecrín (1730-1770) = An indispensable consumption? women's clothing in the Charters of the Capital of Lecrin Valley (1730-1770)
 
Creator Birriel Salcedo, Margarita M.
 
Subject Capitales, Traje femenino, Regalos de boda, Economía del don, Siglo XVIII, Reino de Granada, Valle de Lecrín. Capitals, Women’s clothing, Wedding gifts, Gift economy, 18th century, Kingdom of Granada, Lecrín Valley
 
Description Este texto nace de las preguntas que se me plantearon al estudiar las cartas de capital del Valle de Lecrín en el siglo XVIII, documento otorgado siempre por un varón. A lo largo de esta investigación, además de fijar qué indumentaria es la que se escritura, se ha podido definir que estos trajes son galas y regalos con motivo de la boda. Práctica habitual en la España del Setecientos y que adquieren todo su sentido en el marco de una economía del don de la que el matrimonio es un ejemplo ideal.AbstractThis text is the result of the questions put to me after studying the charters of the capital of Lecrín Valley in the 18th century, a document that was alwaysgranted by a man. During the study, in addition to establishing the type of clothing recorded, it was determined that they were wedding regalia and gifts. This practice was common in the Spain of the 700s and fits perfectly into the framework of a gift economyin which marriage is the best example.
 
Publisher Universidad de León
 
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Date 2017-06-06
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion


 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://revpubli.unileon.es/ojs/index.php/EEHHHistoria/article/view/5044
10.18002/ehh.v0i15.5044
 
Source Estudios Humanísticos. Historia; Núm. 15 (2016); 117-136
2444-0248
1696-0300
10.18002/ehh.v0i15
 
Language spa
 
Relation http://revpubli.unileon.es/ojs/index.php/EEHHHistoria/article/view/5044/3878
 
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Rights Copyright (c) 2017 Margarita M. Birriel Salcedo
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0
 

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