A Ruler’s Consort in Early Modern Germany

A Ruler’s Consort in Early Modern Germany

4.11 - 1251 ratings - Source

In exploring the exceptionally well-documented activities of Aemilia Juliana of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt (1637-1706), this study confirms and expands on recent attempts to characterize the roles played by the wives of rulers in the many small principalities of early modern Germany. Judith Aikin analyzes a wide range of texts and cultural artifacts in order to disclose the scope of the contributions of this rulera€™s consort as full partner in the ruling couple.The full title expressed her intentions: a€œspiritual Aquavit for Women, that is, Christian songs and Prayers for use before, during, and ... It would be best to have the words of the ceremony close at hand. they had not been included in sommera#39;s handbook for the midwife, but ... Agenda, concerning emergency Baptisma€ began: a€œif the newborn children are so weak that the situation constitutes the highest stateanbsp;...

Title:A Ruler’s Consort in Early Modern Germany
Author:Dr Judith P Aikin
Publisher:Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2014-06-28


You Must CONTINUE and create a free account to access unlimited downloads & streaming