The Medici Wedding of 1589: Florentine Festival as

The marriage of Grand Duke Ferdinando de Medici to French princess Christine of Lorraine inbecame a landmark event in Renaissance art, theatre, and politics This book combines art and social history to present the first comprehensive reconstruction of this month long wedding celebration, providing a fascinating picture of Florentine culture at its zenith The Medici Wedding of 1589: Florentine Festival as Theatrum Mundi


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10 thoughts on “The Medici Wedding of 1589: Florentine Festival as Theatrum Mundi

  1. says:

    Some interesting sections about renaissance hierarchies etc, but this certainly isn t light reading as its full of very thoroughly researched, almost blow by blow details of the month long celebrations and several months of preparations for the marriage of Ferdinando de Medici and Christine of Lorraine in 1589 I was mostly reading for information about court systems and art of the period If o


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