Italiano
Italia
registrati
Soffiata di eurolibro.it
Libri simili
Altri libri che potrebbero essere simili a questo:
Strumento di ricerca
Libri consigliati
Attuale
Pubblicità
FILTRO
- 0 Risultati
prezzo più basso: 25,43 €, prezzo più alto: 39,77 €, prezzo medio: 33,71 €
The Portable Queen - Mary Hill Cole
libro esaurito
(*)
Mary Hill Cole:
The Portable Queen - libri usati

ISBN: 9781558498679

ID: 9781558498679

Every spring and summer of her forty-four years as queen, Elizabeth I (1533-1603) insisted that her court go "on progress, " a series of royal visits to towns and aristocratic homes in southern England. These trips provided the only direct contact most people had with a monarch who made popularity a cornerstone of her reign. Public appearances gave the queen a stage on which to interact with her subjects in a calculated effort to keep their support. The progresses were both emblematic of Every spring and summer of her forty-four years as queen, Elizabeth I (1533-1603) insisted that her court go "on progress, " a series of royal visits to towns and aristocratic homes in southern England. These trips provided the only direct contact most people had with a monarch who made popularity a cornerstone of her reign. Public appearances gave the queen a stage on which to interact with her subjects in a calculated effort to keep their support. The progresses were both emblematic of Elizabeth's rule and intrinsic to her ability to govern. In this book, Mary Hill Cole provides a detailed analysis of the progresses. Drawing on royal household accounts, ministerial correspondence, county archives, corporation records, and family papers, she examines the effects of the visits on the queen's household and government, the individual and civic hosts, and the monarchy of the Virgin Queen. Cole places the progresses in the sixteenth-century world of politics and images, where the queen and her hosts exchanged ceremonial messages that advanced their own agendas. The heart of the progresses was the blend of politics, socializing, and ceremony that enabled the queen to accomplish royal business on the move while satisfying the needs of those courtiers, townspeople, and country residents who welcomed her into their communities. While all Renaissance monarchs engaged in occasional travel, in Elizabeth's case the progresses provided the settings in which she crafted her royal authority. Although the trips inconvenienced the government and strained her treasury, Elizabeth found power in the turmoil of an itinerant court and in a continuing ceremonial dialogue with her subjects. Books, History~~Europe~~Great Britain, The-Portable-Queen~~Mary-Hill-Cole, 1493876, The Portable Queen, Mary Hill Cole, 1558498672, University of Massachusetts Press, , , , , University of Massachusetts Press

libro usato Barnesandnoble.com
MPN: , SKU 9781558498679 Costi di spedizione:zzgl. Versandkosten, Costi di spedizione aggiuntivi
Details...
(*) Libro esaurito significa che il libro non è attualmente disponibile in una qualsiasi delle piattaforme associate che di ricerca.
The Portable Queen - Mary Hill Cole
libro esaurito
(*)
Mary Hill Cole:
The Portable Queen - edizione con copertina flessibile

ISBN: 1558498672

ID: 10533410827

[EAN: 9781558498679], Neubuch, [PU: University of Massachusetts Press], MARY HILL COLE, Paperback. 290 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.8in.Every spring and summer of her 44 years as queen, Elizabeth I (1533 1603) insisted that her court go on progress, a series of royal visits to towns and aristocratic homes in southern England. These trips provided the only direct contact most people had with a monarch who made popularity a cornerstone of her reign. Public appearances gave the queen a stage on which to interact with her subjects in a calculated effort to keep their support. The progresses were both emblematic of Elizabeths rule and intrinsic to her ability to govern. In this book, Mary Hill Cole provides a detailed analysis of the progresses. Drawing on royal household accounts, ministerial correspondence, county archives, corporation records and family papers, she examines the effects of the visits on the queens household and government, the individual and civic hosts, and the monarchy of the Virgin Queen. Cole places the progresses in the 16th-century world of politics and images, where the queen and her hosts exchanged ceremonial messages that advanced their own agendas. The heart of the progresses was the blend of politics, socializing, and ceremony that enabled the queen to accomplish royal business on the move while satisfying the needs of those courtiers, townspeople, and country residents who welcomed her into their communities. While all Renaissance monarchs engaged in occasional travel, in Elizabeths case the progresses provided the settings in which she crafted her royal authority. Although the trips inconvenienced the government and strained her treasury, Elizabeth found power in the turmoil of an itinerant court and in a continuing ceremonial dialogue with her subjects. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN.

Libro nuovo Abebooks.de
BuySomeBooks, Las Vegas, NV, U.S.A. [52360437] [Rating: 5 (von 5)]
NEW BOOK Costi di spedizione: EUR 11.72
Details...
(*) Libro esaurito significa che il libro non è attualmente disponibile in una qualsiasi delle piattaforme associate che di ricerca.
The Portable Queen - Mary Hill Cole
libro esaurito
(*)
Mary Hill Cole:
The Portable Queen - edizione con copertina flessibile

ISBN: 9781558498679

ID: 580442483

University of Massachusetts Press. Paperback. New. Paperback. 290 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.8in.Every spring and summer of her 44 years as queen, Elizabeth I (1533 1603) insisted that her court go on progress, a series of royal visits to towns and aristocratic homes in southern England. These trips provided the only direct contact most people had with a monarch who made popularity a cornerstone of her reign. Public appearances gave the queen a stage on which to interact with her subjects in a calculated effort to keep their support. The progresses were both emblematic of Elizabeths rule and intrinsic to her ability to govern. In this book, Mary Hill Cole provides a detailed analysis of the progresses. Drawing on royal household accounts, ministerial correspondence, county archives, corporation records and family papers, she examines the effects of the visits on the queens household and government, the individual and civic hosts, and the monarchy of the Virgin Queen. Cole places the progresses in the 16th-century world of politics and images, where the queen and her hosts exchanged ceremonial messages that advanced their own agendas. The heart of the progresses was the blend of politics, socializing, and ceremony that enabled the queen to accomplish royal business on the move while satisfying the needs of those courtiers, townspeople, and country residents who welcomed her into their communities. While all Renaissance monarchs engaged in occasional travel, in Elizabeths case the progresses provided the settings in which she crafted her royal authority. Although the trips inconvenienced the government and strained her treasury, Elizabeth found power in the turmoil of an itinerant court and in a continuing ceremonial dialogue with her subjects. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., University of Massachusetts Press

libro usato Biblio.com
BuySomeBooks
Costi di spedizione: EUR 10.83
Details...
(*) Libro esaurito significa che il libro non è attualmente disponibile in una qualsiasi delle piattaforme associate che di ricerca.
The Portable Queen (Paperback) - Mary Hill Cole
libro esaurito
(*)
Mary Hill Cole:
The Portable Queen (Paperback) - edizione con copertina flessibile

2011, ISBN: 1558498672

ID: 5810625693

[EAN: 9781558498679], Neubuch, [PU: University of Massachusetts Press, United States], Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Every spring and summer of her forty-four years as queen, Elizabeth I (1533-1603) insisted that her court go on progress, a series of royal visits to towns and aristocratic homes in southern England. These trips provided the only direct contact most people had with a monarch who made popularity a cornerstone of her reign. Public appearances gave the queen a stage on which to interact with her subjects in a calculated effort to keep their support. The progresses were both emblematic of Elizabeth s rule and intrinsic to her ability to govern.In this book, Mary Hill Cole provides a detailed analysis of the progresses. Drawing on royal household accounts, ministerial correspondence, county archives, corporation records, and family papers, she examines the effects of the visits on the queen s household and government, the individual and civic hosts, and the monarchy of the Virgin Queen.Cole places the progresses in the sixteenth-century world of politics and images, where the queen and her hosts exchanged ceremonial messages that advanced their own agendas. The heart of the progresses was the blend of politics, socializing, and ceremony that enabled the queen to accomplish royal business on the move while satisfying the needs of those courtiers, townspeople, and country residents who welcomed her into their communities.While all Renaissance monarchs engaged in occasional travel, in Elizabeth s case the progresses provided the settings in which she crafted her royal authority. Although the trips inconvenienced the government and strained her treasury, Elizabeth found power in the turmoil of an itinerant court and in a continuing ceremonial dialogue with her subjects.

Libro nuovo Abebooks.de
The Book Depository, London, United Kingdom [54837791] [Rating: 5 (von 5)]
NEW BOOK Costi di spedizione:Versandkostenfrei (EUR 0.00)
Details...
(*) Libro esaurito significa che il libro non è attualmente disponibile in una qualsiasi delle piattaforme associate che di ricerca.
The Portable Queen - Cole, Mary Hill
libro esaurito
(*)
Cole, Mary Hill:
The Portable Queen - nuovo libro

ISBN: 9781558498679

Every spring and summer of her forty-four years as queen, Elizabeth I (1533-1603) insisted that her court go "on progress, " a series of royal visits to towns and aristocratic homes in southern England. These trips provided the only direct contact most people had with a monarch who made popularity a cornerstone of her reign. Public appearances gave the queen a stage on which to interact with her subjects in a calculated effort to keep their support. The progresses were both emblematic of Elizabeth's rule and intrinsic to her ability to govern. In this book, Mary Hill Cole provides a detailed analysis of the progresses. Drawing on royal household accounts, ministerial correspondence, county archives, corporation records, and family papers, she examines the effects of the visits on the queen's household and government, the individual and civic hosts, and the monarchy of the Virgin Queen. Cole places the progresses in the sixteenth-century world of politics and images, where the queen and her hosts exchanged ceremonial messages that advanced their own agendas. The heart of the progresses was the blend of politics, socializing, and ceremony that enabled the queen to accomplish royal business on the move while satisfying the needs of those courtiers, townspeople, and country residents who welcomed her into their communities. While all Renaissance monarchs engaged in occasional travel, in Elizabeth's case the progresses provided the settings in which she crafted her royal authority. Although the trips inconvenienced the government and strained her treasury, Elizabeth found power in the turmoil of an itinerant court and in a continuing ceremonial dialogue with her subjects. The Portable Queen Cole, Mary Hill

Libro nuovo [USA] Betterworldbooks.com
Costi di spedizione:Costi di spedizione aggiuntivi
Details...
(*) Libro esaurito significa che il libro non è attualmente disponibile in una qualsiasi delle piattaforme associate che di ricerca.