The Bourbons of Naples, 1734-1825

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Methuen, 1956 - History - 731 pages
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This is an old-fashioned dynastic biography - I do not mean old-fashioned entirely as a negative since I grew up on those and they were/are much of what I enjoy most about history. But in terms of ... Read full review

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Contents

Elisabeth Farneses ambitions for her elder son Don CarlosHis departure
11
Matrimonial projectsCharless betrothal to Maria Amalia of Saxony
27
New palacesPortici and HerculaneumRoyal hunting preserves
47

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JSTOR: Royal "Matronage" of Women Artists in the Late-18th Century
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Harold Acton - Vikipedija
Harold Acton (1904-1994) anglų-italų rašytojas. Įžymiausias darbas: Memoirs of an Aesthete and The Bourbons of Naples, 1734-1825. ...
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