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Spectacle, pageantry, and early Tudor policy.
Bibliography: p. vii-viii.
|LC Classifications||DA325 .A6|
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|Pagination||viii, 375 p.|
|Number of Pages||375|
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General Studies. Anglo, Sydney. Spectacle, Pageantry, and Early Tudor Policy. Oxford: Clarendon, Archer, Jayne Elisabeth, Elizabeth Goldring, and Sarah Knight, ed. Abstract. The history play is usually associated with the decade of the s and with public theatres. David Bevington’s pioneering work in Tudor Drama and Politics showed the genre to be clearly associated with England’s wartime aspirations during that period, and to recede with the failing years of Elizabeth and the peace policy of James I from 1 Despite broad critical agreement Cited by: 1.
Spectacle Pageantry - $ Spectacle Pageantry And Early Tudor Policy History Oxford University Press. Robert Burns - $ Oxford Book Of Spanish Verse Hardcover Clarendon Press Excellent Vintage Co. Reform In - $ Reform . For the political significance of court spectacle reference should be made to S. Anglo, Spectacle, Pageantry and Early Tudor Policy (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ) which gives a very detailed description of Charles V’s entry into London in and the Field of Cloth of Gold in See also J.G. Russell, The Field of Cloth of Gold: Men and Manners in (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul Cited by: 4.
Spectacle, Pageantry, and Early Tudor Policy. Oxford: Clarendon P, The Great Tournament Roll of Westminster. Oxford: Clarendon P, “The Court Festivals of Henry VII: A Study Based Upon the Account of John Heron, Treasurer of the Chamber.” Bulletin of the John Rylands Library (): “The Evolution of the. Guy specializes in the Tudor period and has written extensively on the subject. He is currently a professor at Cambridge University. Sydney Anglo’s Spectacle Pageantry, and Early Tudor Policy5 offers a unique look at the role of pageantry to policy creation and political movements within the Tudor era.
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Inwhen this book firstappeared, the serious study of Renaissance court festivals and civic pageantry was in its infancy and - although the subject has since burgeoned - the volume of publications relevant to the early Tudors was modest and largely confined to matters of detail.
Spectacle, pageantry, and early Tudor policy. Spectacle, Pageantry, and Early Tudor Policy book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This standard work, long out of print, discus /5(4). Spectacle, Pageantry and Early Tudor Policy was a pioneering work and remains the Spectacle comprehensive and analytical treatment of its subject.
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Get this from a library. Spectacle, pageantry, and early Tudor policy. [Sydney Anglo] -- Sydney Anglo discusses every English royal entry, festival, disguising, masque, and tournament from the accession of Henry VII to the coronation celebrations of Elizabeth I.
Based principally on. This standard work, long out of print, discusses every English royal entry, festival, disguising, masque, and tournament, from the accession of Henry VII to the coronation celebrations of Elizabeth I.
The study of court festivals, spectacle, and civic pageantry in Renaissance Europe has now developed into a major academic industry, so that the market for authoritative works on these themes.
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By SYDNEY ANGLO. viii+ Oxford: Clarendon Press, o net. Pageantry, for most of us, is one of the by-ways of scholarship. As its impact is essentially visual, ritualistic, and ephemeral, it is usually dismissed by historians. Spectacle, pageantry, and early Tudor policy.
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Read preview Overview. His publications includeThe Great Tournament Roll of Westminster; (Clarendon Press, ), and Spectacle, Pageantry, and Early Tudor Policy (Oxford-Warburg Studiesnew edition ), and The Martial Arts of Renaissance Europe (Yale, - see sales figures).
He is a leading authority in the field of Renaissance studies. 6; Loach, Jennifer, “ The Function of Ceremonial in the Reign of Henry VIII,” Past and Present, no. (): 42 – 68; Anglo, Sydney, Images of Tudor Kingship (London, ), and Spectacle, Pageantry and Early Tudor Policy (Oxford, ).Cited by: 9.
Spectacle, Pageantry, and Early Tudor Policy by Sydney Anglo avg rating — 4 ratings — published — 2 editions. The ceremonial life of the early modern town has emerged as an important area of study for urban historians.
Ever since the publication of Charles Phythian-Adams' innovative study, attention has focused on the elaborate series of processions, pageants and rites of passage which were a constant feature of the yearly cycle of town by: Spectacle, Pageantry, and Early Tudor Policy. By Sydney Anglo. Sport and Socity: Elezabeth to Anne.
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Black and white illustrations. A fascinating companion to the study of.↑This extended note contains materials which will not be treated – except in heavily condensed form – in Siemens' edition of the lyrics of the Henry VIII Manuscript for the Renaissance English Text Society, available from the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies and Google Books.Sydney Anglo, in his Spectacle, Pageantry, and Early Tudor Policy, expounds the thesis that the Burgundian court, far from representing the waning of the Middle Ages, 'set the fashion for western Europe in matters of courtly mag nificence, elaborate ceremonial, and public spectacle'.1 He .