During the Medieval period, marriage could be entered simply by clasping hands and saying "I take thee to be my husband/wife". No witnesses were required and the verbalization of vows could take place anywhere. Medieval marriage vows are well understood because documentation of medieval court proceedings consistently demonstrate the contestment of marriage by either the husband or wife, with their spouse alleging that any ceremony which took place, did so without witnesses and therefore could no...
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