John Nichols s The Progresses and Public Processions of Queen Elizabeth I: A New Edition of the Early Modern Sources

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Language: English . Brand New Book. John Nichols s The Progresses of Queen Elizabeth (1788-1823) has long been an indispensable reference tool for scholars working on Elizabethan court and culture - despite the serious limitations of an antiquarian edition now two centuries old. This old-spelling edition of the early modern materials contained in Nichols s Progresses is edited to high and consistent standards, and based on a critical re-examination of printed and manuscript sources. It is structured by a narrative of the two sets of annual progresses undertaken by Queen Elizabeth I: the summer progresses, when Elizabeth travelled throughout southern England and the Midlands, visiting cities as far afield as Bristol, Coventry, Norwich, and Southampton; and the winter progresses, when Elizabeth moved between her residences in and around London, including Richmond, Hampton Court, and Whitehall. New editions of the major progress entertainments - Kenilworth, Woodstock, Elvetham, Cowdray, Ditchley, and Harefield - are set alongside accounts of civic receptions, tilts and Accession Day entertainments, and non-dramatic texts, many of which have not been published since Nichols, including verses delivered by Eton scholars before the Queen (1563); John Lesley s Oratio (1574); Gabriel Harvey s Gratulationum Valdinensium (1578); and the Oxford and Cambridge verses on the death of Queen Elizabeth (1603). The editions are supported by translations of all non-English material, full scholarly annotation, illustrations, and maps. This will make John Nichols s The Progresses and Public Processions of Queen Elizabeth: A New Edition of the Early Modern Sources the most comprehensive collection of early modern texts pertaining to the court and culture of Queen Elizabeth. N° de réf. du libraire

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Synopsis : John Nichols's The Progresses of Queen Elizabeth (1788-1823) has long been an indispensable reference tool for scholars working on Elizabethan court and culture - despite the serious limitations of an antiquarian edition now two centuries old. This old-spelling edition of the early modern materials contained in Nichols's Progresses is edited to high and consistent standards, and based on a critical re-examination of printed and manuscript sources. It is structured by a narrative of the two sets of annual progresses undertaken by Queen Elizabeth I: the 'summer progresses,' when Elizabeth travelled throughout southern England and the Midlands, visiting cities as far afield as Bristol, Coventry, Norwich, and Southampton; and the 'winter progresses,' when Elizabeth moved between her residences in and around London, including Richmond, Hampton Court, and Whitehall. New editions of the major progress entertainments - Kenilworth, Woodstock, Elvetham, Cowdray, Ditchley, and Harefield - are set alongside accounts of civic receptions, tilts and Accession Day entertainments, and non-dramatic texts, many of which have not been published since Nichols, including verses delivered by Eton scholars before the Queen (1563); John Lesley's Oratio (1574); Gabriel Harvey's Gratulationum Valdinensium (1578); and the Oxford and Cambridge verses on the death of Queen Elizabeth (1603). The editions are supported by translations of all non-English material, full scholarly annotation, illustrations, and maps. This will make John Nichols's The Progresses and Public Processions of Queen Elizabeth: A New Edition of the Early Modern Sources the most comprehensive collection of early modern texts pertaining to the court and culture of Queen Elizabeth.

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Dr. Jayne Elisabeth Archer is lecturer in Medieval and Renaissance Literature in the Department of English Literature, Aberystwyth University. She is an Associate Fellow of the Centre for the Study of the Renaissance, University of Warwick, where she spent four years as AHRC postdoctoral Research Fellow on the John Nichols Project. She is co-editor of The Progresses, Pageants, and Entertainments of Queen Elizabeth I (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007), and has published articles on Elizabethan and Jacobean masques, early modern women's receipt books, and alchemy in early modern literature. She is currently working on a book-length study of the relationship between housewifery and natural philosophy in early modern literature.

Dr. Elizabeth Clarke is Reader in English at the University of Warwick. She is author of Theory and Theology in George Herbert's Poetry (Oxford University Press, 1997) and has just finished a study in versions of the Song of Songs in seventeenth-century England. She was director of the Perdita Project for early modern women's manuscripts and is currently directing a British Academy-funded project on the life-writing of Elizabeth Isham (1608-1654).

Dr. Elizabeth Goldring was a Research Fellow in the University of Warwick's Centre for the Study of the Renaissance and is now an Associate Fellow of both the Centre and Warwick's History of Art Department. She is co-editor of two essay collections - The Progresses, Pageants, and Entertainments of Queen Elizabeth I (Oxford University Press, 2007) and Court Festivals of the European Renaissance: Art, Politics and Performance (Ashgate, 2002) - and associate general editor of Europa Triumphans: Court and Civic Festivals in Early Modern Europe (Ashgate, 2004). Other recent publications include articles in The British Art Journal, The Burlington Magazine, and ELR: English Literary Renaissance. She was Consultant to English Heritage for the exhibition 'Queen and Castle: Robert Dudley's Kenilworth', which opened in 2006.

Faith Eales is an Associated Fellow at the Centre for the Study of the Renaissance at the University of Warwick.

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Description du livre »The Progresses of Queen Elizabeth«, geschrieben, zusammengefügt und veröffentlicht von John Nichols im Jahre 1823, gilt als wichtigste Quelle zum Leben und zur Kultur am Hofe von Queen Elizabeth I. Diese antiquarische, höchst wertvolle Ausgabe wurde nun neu aufgelegt und nach heutigem wissenschaftlichem Standard ediert. Die handschriftlichen oder gedruckten Quellen wurden kritisch überarbeitet und kommentiert. Das fünfbändige Werk gliedert sich nach den jährlich durchgeführten sommerlichen und winterlichen Reisen der Königin durch ihr Reich. In den »Summer Progresses« bewegten sie und ihr Hof sich durch Südengland und die Midlands und besuchten weit entfernte Städte wie Bristol, Coventry, Norwich und Southampton. In den »Winter Progresses« hielt die Queen Hof in verschiedenen Residenzen in und um London herum, darunter in Richmond, Hampton Court und Whitehall. Literarische Texte und Berichte zu den wichtigsten Festen und Lesungen sind dokumentiert, u.a. aus Kenilworth, Woodstock, Elvetham, Cowdray, Ditchley und Harefield. Zu entdecken sind Verse, die seit John Nichols nicht mehr veröffentlicht wurden, u.a. von den »Eton scholars before the Queen« (1563), John Lesleys »Oratio« (1574), Gabriel Harveys »Gratulationum Valdinensium« (1578) und die »Oxford and Cambridge verses on the death of Queen Elizabeth« (1603). Übersetzungen, umfangreiche wissenschaftliche Bearbeitungen, Illustrationen und Karten vervollständigen die Neuausgabe dieses Standardwerks zur Literatur und Kultur unter Queen Elizabeth I. (Text engl.) 5 Bände à 19 x 26,5 cm, zus. 4.064 S., 20 Farbtafeln, 80 s/w-Abb., 13 Karten, geb. N° de réf. du libraire 764000

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Description du livre Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press, 2014. 1st edition. An exceptional copy in the original gilt-blocked cloth. Particularly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and strong. Literally as new Physical description; 5 volumes: illustrations (black and white, and colour), maps (black and white); 25 cm. Notes; Includes bibliographical references and indexes. English or Latin. Contents; v. 1. 1533-1571 -- v. 2. 1572-1578 --v. 3. 1579-1595 -- v. 4. 1596-1603 -- v. 5. Appendices; Biographical dictionary; List of principal office holders and prelates; Bibliography; Indexes. Summary; John Nichols's The Progresses of Queen Elizabeth (1788-1823) has long been an indispensable reference tool for scholars working on Elizabethan court and culture - despite the serious limitations of an antiquarian edition now two centuries old. This old-spelling edition of the early modern materials contained in Nichols's Progresses is edited to high and consistent standards, and based on a critical re-examination of printed and manuscript sources. It is structured by a narrative of the two sets of annual progresses undertaken by Queen Elizabeth I: the 'summer progresses,' when Elizabeth travelled throughout southern England and the Midlands, visiting cities as far afield as Bristol, Coventry, Norwich, and Southampton; and the 'winter progresses,' when Elizabeth moved between her residences in and around London, including Richmond, Hampton Court, and Whitehall. New editions of the major progress entertainments - Kenilworth, Woodstock, Elvetham, Cowdray, Ditchley, and Harefield - are set alongside accounts of civic receptions, tilts and Accession Day entertainments, and non-dramatic texts, many of which have not been published since Nichols, including verses delivered by Eton scholars before the Queen (1563); John Lesley's Oratio (1574); Gabriel Harvey's Gratulationum Valdinensium (1578); and the Oxford and Cambridge verses on the death of Queen Elizabeth (1603). The editions are supported by translations of all non-English material, full scholarly annotation, illustrations, and maps. This will make John Nichols's The Progresses and Public Processions of Queen Elizabeth: A New Edition of the Early Modern Sources the most comprehensive collection of early modern texts pertaining to the court and culture of Queen Elizabeth. Subjects; Elizabeth I, Queen of England 1533-1603 - Travel - England - Sources. Elizabeth I, Queen of England 1533-1603 - Sources. Nichols, John 1745-1826. Elizabeth I, Queen of England 1533-1603 - Travel. Great Britain - Kings and rulers - Travel - England. England - Description and travel. Great Britain - Court and courtiers - History - 16th century - Sources. England - Social life and customs - 16th century - Sources. Great Britain - History - Elizabeth, 1558-1603 - Sources. Great Britain - Kings and rulers - Travel - England - Sources. England - Description and travel - Sources. England - Court and courtiers - 16th century - Sources. England - Court and courtiers - 17th century - Sources. Great Britain - Description and travel. Great Britain - Social life and customs - 16th century - Sources. British & Irish history: c 1500 to c 1700; Literary studies: 16th to 18th centuries. England; c 1500 to c 1600. LITERARY CRITICISM / European / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh. LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General. HISTORY / Europe / Great Britain. HISTORY / Renaissance. HISTORY / Modern / 16th Century. 3 Kg. 3924 pp. N° de réf. du libraire 237555

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Nichols, John (1745-1826), author; Goldring, Elizabeth (1970-), editor; Eales, Faith, editor; Clarke, Elizabeth (1954-), editor; Archer, Jayne Elisabeth, editor
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Description du livre Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. 1st edition. An exceptional copy in the original gilt-blocked cloth. Particularly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and strong. Literally as new Physical description; 5 volumes: illustrations (black and white, and colour), maps (black and white); 25 cm. Notes; Includes bibliographical references and indexes. English or Latin. Contents; v. 1. 1533-1571 -- v. 2. 1572-1578 --v. 3. 1579-1595 -- v. 4. 1596-1603 -- v. 5. Appendices; Biographical dictionary; List of principal office holders and prelates; Bibliography; Indexes. Summary; John Nichols's The Progresses of Queen Elizabeth (1788-1823) has long been an indispensable reference tool for scholars working on Elizabethan court and culture - despite the serious limitations of an antiquarian edition now two centuries old. This old-spelling edition of the early modern materials contained in Nichols's Progresses is edited to high and consistent standards, and based on a critical re-examination of printed and manuscript sources. It is structured by a narrative of the two sets of annual progresses undertaken by Queen Elizabeth I: the 'summer progresses,' when Elizabeth travelled throughout southern England and the Midlands, visiting cities as far afield as Bristol, Coventry, Norwich, and Southampton; and the 'winter progresses,' when Elizabeth moved between her residences in and around London, including Richmond, Hampton Court, and Whitehall. New editions of the major progress entertainments - Kenilworth, Woodstock, Elvetham, Cowdray, Ditchley, and Harefield - are set alongside accounts of civic receptions, tilts and Accession Day entertainments, and non-dramatic texts, many of which have not been published since Nichols, including verses delivered by Eton scholars before the Queen (1563); John Lesley's Oratio (1574); Gabriel Harvey's Gratulationum Valdinensium (1578); and the Oxford and Cambridge verses on the death of Queen Elizabeth (1603). The editions are supported by translations of all non-English material, full scholarly annotation, illustrations, and maps. This will make John Nichols's The Progresses and Public Processions of Queen Elizabeth: A New Edition of the Early Modern Sources the most comprehensive collection of early modern texts pertaining to the court and culture of Queen Elizabeth. Subjects; Elizabeth I, Queen of England 1533-1603 - Travel - England - Sources. Elizabeth I, Queen of England 1533-1603 - Sources. Nichols, John 1745-1826. Elizabeth I, Queen of England 1533-1603 - Travel. Great Britain - Kings and rulers - Travel - England. England - Description and travel. Great Britain - Court and courtiers - History - 16th century - Sources. England - Social life and customs - 16th century - Sources. Great Britain - History - Elizabeth, 1558-1603 - Sources. Great Britain - Kings and rulers - Travel - England - Sources. England - Description and travel - Sources. England - Court and courtiers - 16th century - Sources. England - Court and courtiers - 17th century - Sources. Great Britain - Description and travel. Great Britain - Social life and customs - 16th century - Sources. British & Irish history: c 1500 to c 1700; Literary studies: 16th to 18th centuries. England; c 1500 to c 1600. LITERARY CRITICISM / European / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh. LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General. HISTORY / Europe / Great Britain. HISTORY / Renaissance. HISTORY / Modern / 16th Century. 3924 pp. N° de réf. du libraire 237555

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