6 edition of Queenship in Europe, 1660-1815 found in the catalog.
September 13, 2004
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||438|
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Queenship in Europe The Role of the Consort. Clarissa Campbell Orr. Cambridge University Press, and her cultural patronage. The book reveals the dynamics of dynastic politics as courts used their family linkages to advance themselves in the hierarchy of European powers, and suggests how women sometimes formed their own.
Queenship in Europe, The Role of the Consort by Clarissa Campbell Orr (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both work. Queenship in Europe is a carefully produced and pertinently illustrated book, helpfully equipped with detailed genealogical tables to guide the reader through the complex family histories of Europe's ruling houses.
Overall, it provides a thought-provoking and informative guide to queenship—and consequently, the underpinnings of kingship and Author: Hannah Smith. Queenship in Europe by Clarissa Campbell Orr,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(5).
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Department of History, Southern Methodist University, USA. Search for more papers by this author. KATHLEEN WELLMAN. Department of. CONTENTS Listofillustrations pagevii Listoftables x Listofcontributors xi Acknowledgements xv Introduction 1 clarissacampbellorr 1 MariaGiovannaBattistaofSavoy-Nemours(–).
Queenship and Counsel in Early Modern Europe Matheson-Pollock, H. (Ed), Paul, J. (Ed), Fletcher, C. (Ed) () The discourse of political counsel in early modern Europe depended on the participation of men, as both counsellors and counselled.
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by Clarissa Campbell Orr | 12 Aug Hardcover Queenship in Britain Royal Patronage, Court Culture and Dynastic Politics. In this comprehensive and accessible introduction to the study of queenship, Theresa Earenfight documents the lives and works of queens and empresses across Europe, Byzantium, and the Mediterranean in the Middle Ages.
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xvii+ ISBN £ Court culture in Dresden: from Renaissance to Baroque. By Helen Watanabe-O'Kelly. Basingstoke: Palgrave, Pp. xv+ ISBN X. £ Offering a fascinating survey of European queenship fromwith each chapter beginning with a discussion of the archetypal queens of Western, Central, Northern, and Eastern Europe, Charles Beem explores the particular nature of the regional forms and functions of queenship – including consorts, queens regnant, dowagers and female regents – while interrogating our understanding of.
Queenship in Europe, – the role of the consort. Edited by Clarissa Campbell Orr. earlier volume on queenship in Britain across the same period Queenship in Europe is Thus the book not only includes well-known royal wives, but.
Medieval queens led richly complex lives and were highly visible women active in a man's world. Linked to kings by marriage, family, and property, queens were vital to the institution of monarchy. In this comprehensive and accessible introduction to the study of queenship, Theresa Earenfight documents the lives and works of queens and empresses across Europe, Byzantium, and the Mediterranean.
Intended for healthcare professionals. MENU. Search Browse. These essays trace the relationship between queenship and counsel through over three hundred years of history. Case studies span Europe, from Sweden and Poland-Lithuania via the Habsburg territories to England and France, and feature queens regnant, consort and regent, including Elizabeth I of England, Catherine Jagiellon of Sweden, Catherine.
QUEENSHIP IN EUROPE THE ROLE OF THE CONSORT EDITED BY CLARISSA CAMPBELL ORR CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS. CONTENTS List of illustrations page vii List of tables x List 0/contributors xi Acknowledgements xv Introduction i CLARISSA CAMPBELL ORR 1 Maria Giovanna Battista of Savoy-Nemours ().
Queenship in Europe The Role of the Consort edited by Clarissa Campbell Orr Pp. xvii+ Cambridge University Press, Hardback, £ Queenship in Europe is a handsomely-produced work that offers a rich variety of essays prefaced by a valuable introduction that effectively sets the scene.
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