Becoming a Queen in Early Modern Europe

Becoming a Queen in Early Modern Europe

East and West

Kosior, Katarzyna

Springer Nature Switzerland AG






15 a 20 dias

Queens of Poland are conspicuously absent from the study of European queenship-an absence which, together with early modern Poland's marginal place in the historiography, results in a picture of European royal culture that can only be lopsided and incomplete.
1. Introduction 2. Royal Weddings: Protocol, Identity and Emotion 3. Coronation: Consort to Royal Power 4. Political Culture and Rhetoric of Queenship 5. Conception, Childbirth and Motherhood: Performing a Royal Family 6. Conclusion
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