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Who are favoured by Fortune ? Winners and losers at Medieval and Early Modern courts

Yulia P. Krylova

Yulia P. Krylova (éd.), Who are favoured by Fortune ? Winners and losers at Medieval and Early Modern courts, Moscou, Russian Academy of Science, Institute of World History, 2015.

Table of contents

A.B.Gerstein
“Black falcon down” : how the legend of Pietro della Vigna was being composed

O.I.Togoeva
Out of sight – out of mind, or The fall of Georges de La Trémouille

Yu.P.Krylova
Offended and insulted. The authors of French anti-courtier works of the XVth century

E.I. Nosova
Bastards at the Burgundian court : a chance to become the Great ?

R.M. Aseynov
From the Burgundian court to the court of the king of France : Philippe Pot, seigneur de La Roche

A.Yu. Seregina
A royal favourite, or a martyr ? A Catholic nobleman at the court of Queen Elizabeth I of England

O.E. Kosheleva
“Sagnificant other”, or Royal minions during the Romanovs’ reign in Muscovy

L.A. Pimenova
Hard luck of the count de Maurepas

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