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Princes, Patronage and the Nobility: The Court at the Beginning of the Modern Age, c.1450-1650 (Studies of the German Historical Institute, London) Hardcover – 1 May 1991
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Study of a variety of European courts
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Scholarly writing can be very dull, but the editors have done a good job including well-written, thoughtful chapters that portray the complexities and goals of several European courts during the period described in the title. Each chapter covers an individual area and/or ruler, written by an expert within the field. I was happy to find such a source and include it in my thesis bibliography, because it provided valuable information about both the French and Austrian courts of the sixteenth century.