2 edition of French Secretaries of State in the age of Catherine de Medici. found in the catalog.
French Secretaries of State in the age of Catherine de Medici.
Nicola Mary Sutherland
|Series||University of London historical studies, 10|
|LC Classifications||DC111.5 S8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||344|
Abstract. Catherine de’ Médici produced over six thousand letters (both holographs and autographs) during her lifetime, making her one of the most prolific female letter-writers of her day. 2 Such an impressive epistolary output partly reflects the indirect nature of Catherine’s power during her fifty-six years as consort and queen mother, for under the French Salic law she was unable to Author: Rayne Allinson. Jan 01, · Catherine de’ Medici was the daughter of Lorenzo di Piero de’ Medici, duca di Urbino, and Madeleine de La Tour d’Auvergne, a Bourbon princess related to many of the French nobility. Both of her parents died within weeks of her birth, leaving her an orphan.
Thus, according to Catherine de’ Medici and according to all those who believe in a well-ordered society, in social man, the subject cannot have liberty of will, ought not to teach the dogma of liberty of conscience, or demand political liberty. Dec 05, · (public domain) A regent is “a person appointed to administer a state because the monarch is a minor, is absent or is incapacitated.”. Catherine de’ Medici was born on 13 April as the daughter of Lorenzo II de’ Medici and of Madeleine de La Tour d’Auvergne.
Catherine de Medici's Chamber of Secrets Catherine de Medici, wife to one French king and mother to three more, died at Blois in she was married off at age 14 to the also 14 year old. Born 13th April, , in Florence, the daughter of Lorenzo de' Medici, Duke of Urbino, and Madeline de la Tour d'Auvergne, the young Catherine was to quickly learn that women born into noble families were generally treated as little more than political pawns of their ambitious relatives and countrymen.
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Catherine de' Medici (Italian: Caterina de Medici, pronounced [kateˈriːna de ˈmɛːditʃi]; French: Catherine de Médicis, pronounced [katʁin də medisis]; 13 April – 5 January ), was an Italian noblewoman who was queen consort of France from untilby marriage to King Henry II, and Queen mother of kings Francis II, Charles IX and Henry III from to Born: 13 AprilFlorence, Republic of Florence.
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M Sutherland. Apr 06, · The French Secretaries of State in the Age of Catherine de Medici by N. Sutherland What emerges froma careful reading is a picture of a half-century of French royal administration rich in nuance and bold in contrast.
ofthededication andloyalty of the secretaries. In summation, FrenchSecretaries of Stateisa fascinating andimportant Author: George A. Rothrock. Catherine de' Medici () was a Machiavellian politician, wife of Henry II of France, and later regent for her three feeble sons at the twilight of the Valois dynasty, who authorized the killing of French Protestants in the notorious Massacre of St.
Bartholomew's Day in Mar 14, · Catherine de Medici Renaissance Queen of France Chapter One Orphan of Florence. She comes bearing the calamities of the Greeks. Caterina Maria Romula de Medici was born at around eleven o'clock on the morning of Wednesday, 13 April /5.
In these lectures a distinguished authority gives us a vivid picture of the issues and personalities of the period of the Religious Wars.
By his suggested analogies between this period and our own time, Sir John Neale makes more real understanding of the complex intermingling of theological and political forces in the age of Catherine de Medici/5. Jan 01, · Using the book Catherine de Medici: Renaissance Queen of France, the author Leonie Frieda sets out to reintroduce Catherine in an unbiased and objective form by simply presenting the facts alongside anti-Catherine propaganda in the form of a historical biography/5.
Catherine de' Medici >Catherine de' Medici () was a Machiavellian politician, wife of >Henry II  of France, and later regent for her three feeble sons at the >twilight of the Valois dynasty, who authorized the killing of French >Protestants in the notorious Massacre of St.
Catherine de' Medici (Italian: Caterina de’ Medici, pronounced [kateˈriːna de ˈmɛːditʃi]; French: Catherine de Médicis, pronounced [katʁin də medisis]; 13 April – 5 January ), was an Italian noblewoman who was queen consort of France from untilby marriage to King Henry II, and Queen mother of kings Francis II, Charles IX and Henry III from to Author of The French Secretaries of State in the age of Catherine de Medici, The massacre of St.
Bartholomew and the European conflict,The Massacre of St. Bartholomew and the European conflict,The Huguenot struggle for recognition, Princes, Politics and Religion,Henry IV of France and the politics of religion, Jan 10, · Catherine de Medici by Leonie Frieda Weidenfeld & Nicholson £20, pp On the night of 24 Augusta screaming mob rampaged through Paris's narrow streets on a.
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Women of style – Catherine de Medici. We know her as a sinister Queen, “the Italian woman”, a scheming poisoner and a ruthless power player who controlled her sons and gave her daughter a hell of a wedding present – St.
Bartholomew’s Day massacre. Orphaned in infancy, imprisoned in childhood, heiress to an ancient name and vast fortune, Catherine de Medici was brought up in Florence, a city dominated by her ruling family. At age fourteen, the Italian-born young woman became a French princess in a magnificent alliance arranged by her uncle the pope to Henry, son of King Francis I of France/5(12).
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Find in other libraries; Preview at Google Books;. Catherine was born on 13 April in Florence, Republic of Florence, the only child of Lorenzo de' Medici, duke of Urbino, and his wife, Madeleine de la Tour d'Auvergne, the countess of texasbestchambers.com young couple had been married the year before at Amboise as part of the alliance between King Francis I of France and Lorenzo's uncle Pope Leo X against the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I.Jul 17, · Part of the Queenship and Power book series (QAP) Abstract Rhetorics of Power in the Letters of Diane de Poitiers,” in Women and Power at the French Court, –, ed.
s. Broomhall. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, The French Secretaries of State in the Age of Catherine de Medici. London: The Athlone Press, Author: Susan Broomhall.The French Secretaries of State in the Age of Catherine de Medici. By N.
M. SUTHERLAND. (University of London Historical Studies X. Lon-don: Athlone Press, I 5os.) THIS is a difficult book to review. It seems to have a clearly defined subject; it contains a great amount of hitherto unknown information.