In the Shadow of Burgundy: The Court of Guelders in the Late Middle Ages

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Cambridge University Press, 26.02.2004 - 470 Seiten
Rich archival sources - including a long and virtually unbroken series of ducal account - reveal much about the rise of territorial or 'proto-national' awareness and about the role of the court in this process. The book also conveys the striking cultural and political richness of the court, poised between French and German spheres of influence."--Jacket.
 

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READERS writ BRS AND ILLUMINATORS
261
A RECONSTRUCTION OF THE BOOK COLLECTION
424
Index
442

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Gerard Nijsten teaches history at the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam.

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