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  • ISBN 0198205295
  • ISBN13 978-0198205296
  • Language English
  • Author Malcolm Vale
  • Publisher Oxford University Press (February 14, 2002)
  • Pages 442
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  • Category Different
  • Subcategory Humanities
  • Size ePub 1845 kb
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In this engaging work, Malcolm Vale sets out to recapture the splendor of court culture in Western Europe during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. Exploring the time between the death of St Louis and the rise of Burgundian power in the Low Countries, he illuminates a period in the history of princes and court life previously overshadowed by that of the courts of the dukes of Burgundy. The result is a fascinating evaluation of the nature and role of the court in European history, and a celebration of a forgotten age.

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In this fascinating new book, Malcolm Vale sets out to recapture the splendour of the court culture of western Europe in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries

In this fascinating new book, Malcolm Vale sets out to recapture the splendour of the court culture of western Europe in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. Exploring the century or so between the death of St Louis and the rise of Burgundian power in the Low Countries, he illuminates a period in the history of princes and court life previously overshadowed by that of the courts of the dukes of Burgundy. In this fascinating new book, Malcolm Vale sets out to recapture the splendour of the court culture of western Europe in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries

Home Browse Books Book details, The Princely Court: Medieval Courts and Culture. The Princely Court: Medieval Courts and Culture in North-West Europe, 1270-1380. In this fascinating new book, Malcolm Vale sets out to recapture the splendour of the court culture of western Europe in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. Exploring the century or so between the death of St Louis and the rise of Burgundian power in the Low Countries, he illuminates aperiod in the history of princes and court life previously overshadowed by that of the courts of the dukes of Burgundy.

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Malcolm Vale argues that the spectacular culture of the early modern court had its origins in the medieval princely .

Malcolm Vale argues that the spectacular culture of the early modern court had its origins in the medieval princely household. With several hundred people constantly on the move from one royal residence to another, the court was transported almost as often by water as over land.

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a b Malcolm Vale (2004), The Princely Court: Medieval Courts and Culture in North-West Europe, 1270–1380 . Marta Vanlandingham (2002), Transforming the State: King, Court and Political Culture in the Realms of Aragon (1213–1387)," (BRILL, ISBN 90-04-12743-7), 29.

a b Malcolm Vale (2004), The Princely Court: Medieval Courts and Culture in North-West Europe, 1270–1380, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19-926993-9), 202–3.

Malcolm Vale argues that the spectacular culture of the early modern court has its origins in the medieval princely household.

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