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Product Description: This volume locates Jean Fouquet's Martyrdom of St Apollonia at the very centre of his ambitions and achievements as a painter of manuscripts. It reveals the painter to be, above all, a consummate 'textual artist', one who reads, interprets, and interacts with the texts he illustrates...read more

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9782503533339 | Brepols Pub, October 31, 2016, cover price $137.00 | About this edition: This volume locates Jean Fouquet's Martyrdom of St Apollonia at the very centre of his ambitions and achievements as a painter of manuscripts.

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Product Description: This study describes for the first time the ritual purposes, symbolic vocabulary, and quasi-dramatic form of one late medieval courtly festival, the royal entry. Although the royal entry as a formal ceremony can be traced back as an unbroken tradition from late Classical times through to the Renaissance, Kipling begins where the royal entry adopts pageantry as its essential medium in the late fourteenth century...read more (view table of contents, read Amazon.com's description)

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9780198117612 | Clarendon Pr, June 4, 1998, cover price $245.00 | About this edition: This study describes for the first time the ritual purposes, symbolic vocabulary, and quasi-dramatic form of one late medieval courtly festival, the royal entry.

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Product Description: In October and November of 1501, the Tudor court devised a festival to celebrate the marriage of Henry VII's eldest son, Prince Arthur, to Katharine of Aragon, daughter of the Spanish monarchs Ferdinand and Isabella. The Receyt of the Ladie Kateryneis a detailed account of the event, probably compiled as an offical memorial...read more
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9780197222980 | Early English Text Society, September 1, 1996, cover price $60.00 | About this edition: In October and November of 1501, the Tudor court devised a festival to celebrate the marriage of Henry VII's eldest son, Prince Arthur, to Katharine of Aragon, daughter of the Spanish monarchs Ferdinand and Isabella.

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