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Inventaires de la Royne Descosse Douairiere de France
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Year: 1863
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Inuentaires de la royne descosse douairiere de France
Author: Joseph Robertson
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Year: 1863
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The Lost Tapestries of the City of Ladies
Author: Susan G. Bell
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520234103
Pages: 254
Year: 2004-11-29
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The story of the author's search for a series of sixteenth-century tapestries that celebrated women, perhaps linked to Christine de Pisan's (Pizan's) Book of the City of Ladies, originally published in 1405.
David Rizzio & Mary Queen of Scots
Author: David Tweedie
Publisher: The History Press
ISBN: 0752470817
Pages: 256
Year: 2011-09-16
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David Rizzio came to Scotland from Italy in 1561. He quickly rose to power and became secretary to Queen Mary. He exerted considerable influence and was perceived to be a threat to English interests by Sir William Cecil. On the evening of the March 9, 1566 he was murdered by her jealous husband Lord Darnley and others.
Restoring the Temple of Vision
Author: Marsha Keith Schuchard
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004124896
Pages: 845
Year: 2002-01-01
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This book uncovers the early Jewish, Scottish, and Stuart sources of "ancient" Cabalistic Freemasonry. Drawing on architectural, technological, political, and religious documents, it provides the historical context for Masonic traditions of visionary Temple building and mystical fraternity.
The Cradle King
Author: Alan Stewart
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 0312274882
Pages: 438
Year: 2003-12-16
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A portrait of King James, the first monarch of a united Britain and the son of Mary Queen of Scots, discusses his violence-marked childhood, establishment of Protestantism as the official state religion, commission of the King James Bible, and aggressive assertion of the Divine Right of Kings. 25,000 first printing.
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Book Auction Records
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Year: 1924
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A priced and annotated annual record of London, New York, Montreal, Melbourne, Edinburgh and Glasgow book-auctions.
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Journal
Author: Royal University of Malta. Faculty of Arts
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Year: 1960
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St. Andrews University Publications
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Emblems for a Queen
Author: Michael Bath
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Pages: 172
Year: 2008
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A fascinating exploration of the emblems which persuaded Scotland's most famous queen to execute the most important surviving textiles in the history of European embroidery.
Princelie Majestie
Author: Andrea Thomas
Publisher: John Donald Publishers
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Pages: 272
Year: 2005
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The lifestyle of a Renaissance prince and his court was a work of art in itself: a dazzling spectacle which propagated the power, dignity and fame of the monarch. The domestic routine of the royal household with its palatial surroundings, restless itinerary and occasional public pageants, provided the framework for cultural activity in its widest possible sense. Fine art, architecture, scholarship, literature, music and piety jostled for attention alongside hunting, feasting, jousting, politics, diplomacy and war. Emerging defiantly from a long and turbulent minority, the adult James V managed to create for Scotland an exuberant and cosmopolitan court, which imitated in miniature those of France, England and the Netherlands, and which carried important political messages. His ambitious programme of royal patronage combined humanist scholarship, neo-classical and imperial imagery, the cult of chivalry and medieval traditions in a blend which sought to galvanise Scottish national identity and enhance the status of the House of Stewart. For many years the reputation of James V has been overshadowed by the tragic glamour of his father, James IV, killed at Flodden, and his daughter, Mary, Queen of Scots. Princelie Majestie reveals that he was an energetic and innovative patron, who in a brief fourteen years created a court culture of remarkable quality and diversity. Princelie Majestie was originally published by Tuckwell Press.
The Scottish historical review
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A new series of the Scottish antiquary established 1886.

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