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The princely court : medieval courts and culture in North-West Europe, 1270-1380

Author: M G A Vale
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2001.
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"In this 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 the courts of the dukes of Burgundy. Taking in subjects as
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: M G A Vale
ISBN: 0198205295 9780198205296 0199269939 9780199269938
OCLC Number: 47049906
Language Note: Includes texts in Latin and French.
Description: xvii, 422 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: pt. 1. The Material foundations of court life. 1. Court and household. 2. Organization and structures. 3. Consumption and expenditure. 4. The Travelling court --
pt. 2. Culture. 5. Court life and court culture.
Responsibility: Malcolm Vale.
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In this study, Malcolm Vale restores the 13th and 14th century courts to their rightful place in the cultural history of western Europe. By examining both surviving works of art and the evidence of  Read more...

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