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Philip Duke of Burgundy 1342-1404

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Works: 137 works in 268 publications in 5 languages and 4,588 library holdings
Genres: History  Biographies  Sources  Academic theses  Archives  Genealogy  Manuscripts 
Roles: Originator, Sponsor, Other, Author
Classifications: DC611.B78, 944.4
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Le livre des fais et bonnes meurs du sage roy Charles V by Christine( Book )

1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 23 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Née à Venise en 1364, Christine de Pizan est considérée comme la première femme de lettres française à avoir vécu de sa plume. Poétesse, épistolière, traductrice et compilatrice infatigable, elle se distingue des femmes de son époque, et même de la majorité des clercs, par son érudition. D'une oeuvre prolifique et diverse émerge le Livre des faits et bonnes moeurs du sage roi Charles V (1404), biographie riche en détails sur le règne d'un prince qui était également son mentor. Le Livre des faits est aussi un précieux document sur certains épisodes de la guerre de Cent Ans. En effet, alors que le royaume plonge dans la tourmente, cette oeuvre magistrale, d'une extrême utilité pour les historiens, brosse le portrait d'un prince idéal et rappelle les moments importants de la vie d'un roi qu'elle a connu personnellement. Pour la première fois, le lien s'établit de manière puissante et originale entre une esthétique et une politique, un engagement et son expression formelle. Christine incarne l'approche singulière d'une intellectuelle hors norme. À l'aube des temps modernes, la vox poetica est aussi vox politica... et elle est incarnée par une femme. Joël Blanchard est professeur à l'université du Maine et l'un des grands spécialistes du Moyen Âge tardif. Il est l'auteur de plus d'une vingtaine d'ouvrages parmi lesquels on peut citer une biographie sur Philippe de Commynes (Philippe de Commynes, Fayard, 2006), une édition critique des Mémoires (Droz, 2007, 2 vol.), la première traduction des Mémoires de Philippe de Commynes en français moderne (Pocket, « Agora », 2004, puis 2009), la première traduction du Songe du Vieux Pèlerin de Philippe de Mézières en français moderne (Pocket, « Agora », 2008) ; il a également publié Commynes et les procès politiques de Louis XI. Du nouveau sur la lèse-majesté, Picard, 2008, et une édition de la Moralité à six personnages, Droz, 2008. Il prépare actuellement un grand essai sur Louis XI pour les éditions Plon-Perrin
Ordonnances de Philippe le Hardi, de Marguerite de Male et de Jean Sans Peur 1381-1419 by Netherlands( Book )

4 editions published between 1965 and 1974 in Undetermined and French and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Histoire des ducs de Bourgogne de la maison de Valois, 1364-1477 by Amable-Guillaume-Prosper Brugière Barante( Book )

2 editions published between 1824 and 1825 in French and held by 9 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Histoire des ducs de Bourgogne de la maison de Valois, 1364-1477 [ancien duché de Bourgogne, traité avec les Gantois, préparatifs contre l'Angleterre, gouvernement du duché, 1363-1394] by Amable-Guillaume-Prosper Brugière Barante( Book )

1 edition published in 1824 in French and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

L'institution de la Chambre du roi à Lille by Jean de Seur( Book )

1 edition published in 1996 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Itinéraires de Philippe le Bon, duc de Bourgogne (1419-1467) et de Charles, comte de Charolais (1433-1467) by H. vander Linden( Book )

1 edition published in 1940 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Philip the Bold : the formation of the Burgundian state by Richard Vaughan( Book )

1 edition published in 1962 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The theme of Richard Vaughn's first volume in his masterly four-part history of the Valois dukes of Burgundy is uncompromisingly political and institutional. It is "the emergence of a Burgundian state under Philip the Bold's aegis in the years 1384 to 1404". The book is, after all, subtitled "The Formation of the Burgundian State". Vaughan did not set out to write a biography of Philip the Bold: his overall aim was "to describe his policies, his administration, his court and his finances, and to depict Burgundy as a European power". He was aware of the potentially controversial nature of his interpretation in 1962, and it remains controversial today. Received opinion had tended to link the formation of a Burgundian "state" with the reign of Philip's grandson, Philip the Good (1419-67), which witnessed the unification of the Low Countries under Burgundian rule. From this perspective, Philip the Bold was viewed more as an ambitious French prince then as the creator of a new polity on the European political stage. The central issue addressed by Vaughan's book was whether Philip the Bold was the founder of a "new", independent state; or was he simply a great prince ("first peer") of France, seeking to expand his resources and territories at the expense of the French crown, attaining a hegemonic role in French politics by exploiting all the means at his command? If so, he was essentially similar to other French princes of the blood -- the dukes of Orleans, Berry or Bourbon -- all of whom were inextricably enmeshed in French power-politics, manipulating the networks of patronage and clientage which had formed in and around the Parisian court. Vaughan's emphasis, in 1962, on the centralization and coordination of power and institutions under Philip the Bold can now be offset by an increased awareness of alternative models for the "modern" state. - Malcolm Vale
monnaie : Duché de Bourgogne, Philippe le Hardi, demi-blanc, 1363-1404( Visual )

in Latin and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Ducs de Bourgogne de la maison de Valois. D'après des documents inédits. (tom. I.) Philippe le Hardi. Première partie, 1363-1380. [With a portrait.] by Ernest Petit( Book )

1 edition published in 1909 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Monnaie : Pays-Bas, Brabant, Jeanne de Brabant et Philippe le Hardi, 1/4 gros( Visual )

in Latin and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

monnaie : Duché de Bourgogne, Philippe le Hardi, 1363-1404( Visual )

in Latin and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Itinéraires de Philippe le Hardi et de Jean Sans Peur : ducs de Bourgogne (1363-1419), d'après les comptes de dépenses de leur hôtel by Ernest Petit( Book )

1 edition published in 1888 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

[Lois et chartes de France] by France( )

in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Sixteenth century French manuscript collection of laws, decrees, and charters, covering laws of France from the late 12th century to 1503. Acts and charters related to Albigensian crusade in France around 1245. These acts shed light on the feudal organization of Sothern France by Simon de Montfot and his son Amauri, after the land of the heretics was reclaimed. In 1269, King Louis deemed it necessary to produce a compilation, consisting of the original documents combined with copies of the original charters that remained in the south of France (approximately 324 documents in all). These were divided into six scrinia and deposited in the Treasury of Saint-Chapelle. The work was done by Barthélémy de Pennautier, juge de Carcassonne, and Nicolas d'Auteil, clerc du roi. These names, the date and history of their genesis, are referred to on the first page of the manuscript
monnaie : Duché de Bourgogne, Philippe le Hardi, 1363-1404( Visual )

in Latin and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

monnaie : Duché de Bourgogne, Philippe le Hardi, blanc, 1363-1404( Visual )

in Latin and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Ordonnance somptuaire inédite by Philip( Book )

1 edition published in 1854 in Undetermined and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

monnaie : Duché de Bourgogne, Philippe le Hardi, 1363-1404( Visual )

in Latin and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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The mourners : tomb sculptures from the court of BurgundyArt from the court of Burgundy : the patronage of Philip the Bold and John the Fearless 1364-1419 : Musée des Beaux-Arts de Dijon, May 28-September 15, 2004, the Cleveland Museum of Art, October 24, 2004-January 9, 2005The Order of the Golden Tree : the gift-giving objectives of Duke Philip the Bold of BurgundyThe golden age of Burgundy : the magnificent dukes and their courts
Alternative Names
Duke of Burgundy Philip

Felip II de Borgonya

Felipe II de Borgoña

Filip 1342-1404 burgundský vévoda

Filip 1342-1404 hertig av Burgund I

Filip al II-lea, Duce de Burgundia

Filip den djärve 1342-1404

Filip den dristige

Filip Drzni

Filip I, hertig av Burgund, 1342-1404

Filip II.

Filip II av Burgund

Filip II. Burgundský

Filip II. Burgundský burgundský vévoda (1363–1404)

Filip II (książę Burgundii)

Filip II Śmiały

Filip II., vojvoda od Burgundije

Filipe II.a Borgoinakoa

Filipe II, Duque da Borgonha

Filipo la 2-a

Filipo la 2-a de Burgonjo

Filippo II di Borgogna

Filippo II di Borgogna duca di Borgogna

Filips 1342-1404 de Stoute, hertog van Bourgondië

Filips de Stoute

Filips, de Stoute, hertog van Bourgondie͏̈, 1342-1404

Filips den Stoutn

Filips II de Stoute hertog van Bourgondië

Fulup II Bourgogn

II. Fülöp burgundi herceg

Philip 1342-1404 Duke of Burgundy

Philip 1342-1404 Duke of Burgundy II

Philip 1342-1404 the Bold

Philip, Duke of Burgundy

Philip, Duke of Burgundy, 1342-1404

Philip Herzog von Burgund 1342-1404

Philip II, Duke of Burgundy, 1342-1404

Philip, the Bold

Philip, the Bold, 1342-1404

Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy

Philipp 1342-1404 Burgund, Herzog

Philipp 1342-1404 der Kühne

Philipp der Kühne 1342-1404

Philipp Herzog von Burgund 1342-1404

Philipp II. Burgund, Herzog 1342-1404

Philipp II Herzog von Burgund

Philippe 1342-1404 Bourgogne, Duc

Philippe 1342-1404 duc de Bourgogne II

Philippe 1342-1404 Duke of Burgundy

Philippe 1342-1404 le Hardi

Philippe 1342-1404 le Hardi, hertog van Bourgondië

Philippe duc de Bourgogne 1342-1404

Philippe, Duke of Burgundy

Philippe Duke of Burgundy 1342-1404

Philippe Herzog von Burgund 1342-1404

Philippe II de Bourgogne duc de Bourgogne

Philippe II duc de Bourgogne

Philippe II, duc de Bourgogne, 1342-1404

Philippe II Herzog von Burgund 1342-1404

Philippe II (książę Burgundii)

Philippe II le Hardy

Philippe II. vun der Bourgogne

Philippe le Hardi

Philippe le hardi 1342-1404

Philippe le Hardi 1342-1404 duc de Bougogne

Philippe le Hardi 1342-1404 Duke of Burgundy

Philippe le Hardi, duc de Bougogne, 1342-1404

Philippe le Hardi duc de Bourgogne

Philippe le Hardi, Duke of Burgundy

Philippe le Hardi, Duke of Burgundy, 1342-1404

Philippe yang Berani

Philippus 1342-1404 Audax

Philippus 1342-1404 Burgundia, Dux

Philippus 1342-1404 Valesius

Philippus Audax

Philippus Audax 1342-1404

Philippus II

Philippus II. Burgundia, Dux 1342-1404

Philippus Valesius 1342-1404

Philips 1342-1404 de Stoute, hertog van Bourgondië

Philips, de Stoute, hertog van Bourgondie͏̈, 1342-1404

Pilypas II Drąsusis

Φίλιππος Β΄ της Βουργουνδίας

Филип II

Филип II Смели

Филипп II Смелый

Филипп II Смелый герцог Бургундии

Філіп II Смелы

Філіп II Сміливий

פיליפ השני, דוכס בורגונדיה

فيليب الجريء

فیلیپ جسور

ฟิลิปที่ 2 ดยุกแห่งเบอร์กันดี

ფილიპ II

용담공 필리프

フィリップ2世

菲利普二世

菲利普二世 勃艮第公爵

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