Monarchy Transformed: Princes and Their Elites in Early

Monarchy Transformed: Princes and Their Elites in Early

Monarchy Transformed: Princes and Their Elites in Early Modern Western Europe ❮Download❯ ➿ Monarchy Transformed: Princes and Their Elites in Early Modern Western Europe ➺ Author Robert von Friedeburg – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk This decisive contribution to the long running debate about the dynamics of state formation and elite transformation in early modern Europe examines the new monarchies that emerged during the course o Princes and PDF ↠ This Princes and Their Elites MOBI :Ú decisive contribution to the long running debate about the dynamics of state formation and elite transformation in early modern Europe examines the new monarchies that emerged during the course of the long seventeenth century It argues that the players surviving the power struggles of this period were not states in any modern sense, but primarily princely dynasties pursuing not only dynastic ambitions and princely prestige but the consequences of dynastic chance At the same time, elites, far from insisting on confrontation with the government Monarchy Transformed: MOBI :Ú of princes for principled ideological reasons, had every reason to seek compromise and even advancement through new channels that the governing dynasty offered, if only they could profit from them Monarchy Transformed ultimately challenges the inevitability of modern maps of Europe and shows how, instead of promoting state formation, the wars of the period witnessed the creation of several dynastic agglomerates and new kinds of aristocracy.


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