The princes Actrangers were an influential group of courtiers in early modern France, none more so than the princes from the Lorraine-Guise family. This book examines the Lorraine-Guise at the court of Louis XIV and their renewed power, wealth and influence after the turbulent Wars of Religion. It is a substantial contribution to scholarship in court studies and will add greatly to debates on the nature of crown-noble relations in the era of absolutism.5 This is a central part of the argument of Franklin Forda#39;s a#39;fusiona#39; of the sword and robe nobles in the early eighteenth ... and Politics in Sixteenth-Century France: The Landed Fortune of Constable Anne de Montmorencya#39;, French History, vol.
|Title||:||The Society of Princes|
|Publisher||:||Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2009|