TITLE

THE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF ROYAL ENTRIES IN THE LATE MIDDLE AGES

AUTHOR(S)
Kipling, Gordon
PUB. DATE
July 2010
SOURCE
Medieval English Theatre;2010, Vol. 32, p26
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses the design and production of royal entries in the late Middle Ages. It cites several narrative accounts of royal entries for nobility such as Countess Marie d'Albert of Nevers, France. It argues that royal entry pageants serve as symbolic epiphanies, and explores how visual artists, civic councillors, writers and craftsmen work together in the planning and production of a royal entry spectacle. It further cites the role played by written descriptions in the design and execution processes for staging these pageants.
ACCESSION #
79623133

 

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