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Representing the King's Splendour: Communication and Reception of Symbolic Forms of Power in Viceregal Naples (Studies in Early Modern European History)

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Compensating for a general neglect of Iberian civilization in Southern Italy, this book seeks to shed light on the viceregal court of Spanish Naples in the seventeenth century, a time when this European metropolis reached the zenith of its splendor.

It looks at the cultural projection of Spain and its values, either via the direct visual representations of power of the vice
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Hardcover, 272 pages
Published March 15th 2011 by Manchester University Press (first published March 1st 2011)
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