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The Resource Queenship in medieval France, 1300-1500, Murielle Gaude-Ferragu ; translated by Angela Krieger

Queenship in medieval France, 1300-1500, Murielle Gaude-Ferragu ; translated by Angela Krieger

Label
Queenship in medieval France, 1300-1500
Title
Queenship in medieval France, 1300-1500
Statement of responsibility
Murielle Gaude-Ferragu ; translated by Angela Krieger
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • fre
  • eng
Member of
Cataloging source
NhCcYBP
Dewey number
944/.02
Index
index present
LC call number
DC36.7
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
New middle ages
Label
Queenship in medieval France, 1300-1500, Murielle Gaude-Ferragu ; translated by Angela Krieger
Link
http://site.ebrary.com/lib/byuprovo/docDetail.action?docID=11281746
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Dedication ; The Queens of France (Fourteenth- Fifteenth Centuries) ; Acknowledgments; Contents; List of Figures ; Introduction; Part I: Acceding to Royal Dignity; Chapter 1: Marrying the€King; Matrimonial Strategies; Reinforcing Alliances: Diplomacy in€Action; Peace and€Reconciliation: Placatory Unions and€Territorial Expansion; Reinforcing the€Dynasty: Prestigious Blood Ties; 'The School for€Wives': Educating the€Princesses; Royal Weddings; Matrimonial Transactions: Dowries and€Dowers; A Christian Ritual; Matrimonial Splendor; Love and€Separation: The€Royal Couple; Conjugal Affection
  • The Age of€MistressesAnnulment, Repudiation and€Divorce; Chapter 2: Marrying the€Monarchy: The€Queen's Coronation; The Body in€All Its Majesty: The€Coronation of€Joan of€Bourbon; 'God Save the€Queen': The€Symbolism of€the€Queen's Coronation; The Forgotten Coronation?: Queens of€the€Fifteenth Century; Chapter 3: Bearing the€Blood of€France; The Indispensability of€Motherhood; Heirs for€France; 'The Hazards of€the€Job': Pregnancy and€Childbirth; The Purified Woman: Lying-In and€Child Rearing; 'The Mystery of€the€Green Room' ; Reclusion and€Purification; The Mother as€Educator; A Mother's Care
  • The Time of Wet NursesThe Children of France's Education; Part II: A Woman in Politics: The Power of the Queen; Chapter 4: The 'Profession' of Queen; Capetian Queens and Salic Law; Transformations in Reginal Power: Acting in Politics; For a Normative Definition of the Queen's Political Role; Queen and Auctoritas: The Cursed Couple; The Intercession of the Queen: Justice and Peace; 'The Queen, Mother of the People'; Heiress Queens and Dowager Queens: The Territorial Inscription of Reginal Power; Were Heiress Queens Women in Power?; The Governance of Dowager Queens: Women as 'Lords'
  • Chapter 5: The€'Government of€Women': Delegating Power and€RegencyRegency 'Orders': Female Power?; Female Regency in€Action: Seats of€Power and€Governance of€the€Kingdom; A Female 'Lieutenant of€the€Kingdom': The€Example of€Joan of€Burgundy ; Isabeau of€Bavaria's 'Regency'; The Historiographical Posterity of€Women in€Power: 'Bad' Queens; Chapter 6: The€'Queen of€Ceremonies'; The Queen's Public Body: The€Role of€Representation; The Queen's Allegorical Body: Entry Ceremonies; The Body in€All Its Majesty: Isabeau of€Bavaria's 1389 Entry in€Paris; The Virginal Allegory: Tableaux Vivants
  • The Last Medieval Queens: The Entries of Charlotte of Savoy and Anne of BrittanyThe Queen's 'Final Triumph': Death and Funerals; Saint-Denis: The Tomb of Queens; The Divided Body: Multiple Resting Places; 'The Queen is Dead, Long Live the Queen?'; Part III: The Symbolic Government; Chapter 7: Courtly Society: The Queen in Her Hôtel; The Queen's Apartments; The 'Court of Ladies': The Queen's Hôtel; The Ladies-in-Waiting; The Hôtel's Officers; Courtly Life; Chapter 8: The Road to Eternity: Devotions and the Divine; The Mirror of Christian Perfection; The Queen as 'Mother of the Poor'
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781349930289
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Queenship in medieval France, 1300-1500, Murielle Gaude-Ferragu ; translated by Angela Krieger
Link
http://site.ebrary.com/lib/byuprovo/docDetail.action?docID=11281746
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Dedication ; The Queens of France (Fourteenth- Fifteenth Centuries) ; Acknowledgments; Contents; List of Figures ; Introduction; Part I: Acceding to Royal Dignity; Chapter 1: Marrying the€King; Matrimonial Strategies; Reinforcing Alliances: Diplomacy in€Action; Peace and€Reconciliation: Placatory Unions and€Territorial Expansion; Reinforcing the€Dynasty: Prestigious Blood Ties; 'The School for€Wives': Educating the€Princesses; Royal Weddings; Matrimonial Transactions: Dowries and€Dowers; A Christian Ritual; Matrimonial Splendor; Love and€Separation: The€Royal Couple; Conjugal Affection
  • The Age of€MistressesAnnulment, Repudiation and€Divorce; Chapter 2: Marrying the€Monarchy: The€Queen's Coronation; The Body in€All Its Majesty: The€Coronation of€Joan of€Bourbon; 'God Save the€Queen': The€Symbolism of€the€Queen's Coronation; The Forgotten Coronation?: Queens of€the€Fifteenth Century; Chapter 3: Bearing the€Blood of€France; The Indispensability of€Motherhood; Heirs for€France; 'The Hazards of€the€Job': Pregnancy and€Childbirth; The Purified Woman: Lying-In and€Child Rearing; 'The Mystery of€the€Green Room' ; Reclusion and€Purification; The Mother as€Educator; A Mother's Care
  • The Time of Wet NursesThe Children of France's Education; Part II: A Woman in Politics: The Power of the Queen; Chapter 4: The 'Profession' of Queen; Capetian Queens and Salic Law; Transformations in Reginal Power: Acting in Politics; For a Normative Definition of the Queen's Political Role; Queen and Auctoritas: The Cursed Couple; The Intercession of the Queen: Justice and Peace; 'The Queen, Mother of the People'; Heiress Queens and Dowager Queens: The Territorial Inscription of Reginal Power; Were Heiress Queens Women in Power?; The Governance of Dowager Queens: Women as 'Lords'
  • Chapter 5: The€'Government of€Women': Delegating Power and€RegencyRegency 'Orders': Female Power?; Female Regency in€Action: Seats of€Power and€Governance of€the€Kingdom; A Female 'Lieutenant of€the€Kingdom': The€Example of€Joan of€Burgundy ; Isabeau of€Bavaria's 'Regency'; The Historiographical Posterity of€Women in€Power: 'Bad' Queens; Chapter 6: The€'Queen of€Ceremonies'; The Queen's Public Body: The€Role of€Representation; The Queen's Allegorical Body: Entry Ceremonies; The Body in€All Its Majesty: Isabeau of€Bavaria's 1389 Entry in€Paris; The Virginal Allegory: Tableaux Vivants
  • The Last Medieval Queens: The Entries of Charlotte of Savoy and Anne of BrittanyThe Queen's 'Final Triumph': Death and Funerals; Saint-Denis: The Tomb of Queens; The Divided Body: Multiple Resting Places; 'The Queen is Dead, Long Live the Queen?'; Part III: The Symbolic Government; Chapter 7: Courtly Society: The Queen in Her Hôtel; The Queen's Apartments; The 'Court of Ladies': The Queen's Hôtel; The Ladies-in-Waiting; The Hôtel's Officers; Courtly Life; Chapter 8: The Road to Eternity: Devotions and the Divine; The Mirror of Christian Perfection; The Queen as 'Mother of the Poor'
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781349930289
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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