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by Karl Enenkel and Elspeth Graham. Edited by Peter Edwards

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Author: Karl Enenkel and Elspeth Graham. Edited by Peter Edwards
Publisher: BRILL (October 14, 2011)
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by Karl Enenkel, and Elspeth Graham. Oxon 1976), is Professor of Early Modern British Social History at Roehampton University London. He has published extensively on the role of horses in early modern society, including the book, Horse and Man in Early Modern England. Manchester, 1986) is Head of English and Reader in Early Modern Studies at Liverpool John Moores University. She has published on seventeenth-century women's writing and religious radicalism as well as on early-modern and modern horse cultures.

Modern states, by their definition of being ‘sovereign’, acknowledge no restraint on their behaviour but they - or most of them . Cornel Zwierlein, ed. Intersections: Interdisciplinary Studies in Early Modern Culture 46. Leiden: Brill, 2016.

Modern states, by their definition of being ‘sovereign’, acknowledge no restraint on their behaviour but they - or most of them - voluntarily agree not to do certain things. They agree not to interfere with other countries’ ships on the high seas, for instance, and in general they will stick to these agreements. states have by custom or by negotiation come to realise that it is to everyone’s advantage to keep to certain rules of behaviour. Volume 70 Issue 4 - Dallas Denery.

Peter Edwards,Karl A. .He has published extensively on the role of horses in early modern society, including the book, "Horse and Man in Early Modern England.Часто встречающиеся слова и выражения. Leiden, 1990) is Professor of Medieval and Neo-Latin Literature at the University of M nster, Germany, and member of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW). He has published on international Humanism, the reception of Classical Antiquity, the history of ideas, literary genres and emblem studies.

Enenkel and Elspeth Graham The military value of horses and the social value of the horse in early-modern.

Enenkel and Elspeth Graham. In modern Western society horses appear as unexpected visitors: not quite exotic, but not familiar either. This estrangement between humans and horses is a recent one since, until the 1930s, horses were fully present in the everyday world. Indeed, as well as performing utilitarian functions, horses possessed iconic appeal. THE MILITARY VALUE OF HORSES AND THE SOCIAL VALUE OF THE HORSE IN EARLY-MODERN ENGLAND Gavin Robinson. FORGING IRON AND MASCULINITY: FARRIER TRADE IDENTITIES IN EARLY MODERN GERMANY Amanda Eisemann.

Interdisciplinary Studies in Early Modern Cultures. Vol. 18: The Horse as Cultural Icon. 68: Lay Readings of the Bible in Early Modern Europe (ed. Arminia Ardissino, Élise Boillet). The Real and the Symbolic Horse in the Early Modern World (ed. Peter Edwards, Karl Enenkel, Elspeth Graham). Table of Contents, Introduction, Sample Chapter. Principles and Strategies of Fraud and Deceit in the Early Modern Period (ed. Toon van Houdt, Jan L. de Jong, Zoran Kwak, Marijke Spies, Marc van Vaeck). 1: Recreating Ancient History.

In modern Western society horses appear as unexpected visitors: not quite exotic, but not familiar either. But, despite the importance of horses, scholars have paid little attention to their lives, roles and meanings. This volume helps to redress the balance.

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Intersections: Interdisciplinary Studies in Early Modern Culture 2. Maria Louro Berbara and Karl A. E. Enenkel, eds. Portuguese Humanism and the Republic of Letters.

Intersections: Interdisciplinary Studies in Early Modern Culture 21. Leiden: Brill, 2012. ISBN: 978–90–04–21721–8. Intersections: Interdisciplinary Studies in Early Modern Culture 21.

Edwards, Peter; Enenkel, Karl; Graham, Elspeth, eds. (2011). The Horse as Cultural Icon: The Real and the Symbolic Horse in the Early Modern World. Foudy, Julie; Leslie Heywood; Shari L Dworkin (2003). Titanic Century: Media, Myth, and the Making of a Cultural Icon. Meyer, Denis C. (2010).

In modern Western society horses appear as unexpected visitors: not quite exotic, but not familiar either. This estrangement between humans and horses is a recent one since, until the 1930s, horses were fully present in the everyday world. Indeed, as well as performing utilitarian functions, horses possessed iconic appeal. But, despite the importance of horses, scholars have paid little attention to their lives, roles and meanings. This volume helps to redress the balance. It considers the value that the influential elite placed on horses as essential accompaniments to their way of life and as status symbols, as well as the role that horses played in society as a whole and the people who used and cared for them.Contributors include Greg Bankoff, Pia F. Cuneo, Louise Hill Curth, Amanda Eisemann, Jennifer Flaherty, Ian F. MacInnes, Richard Nash, Gavin Robinson, Elizabeth Anne Socolow, Sandra Swart, Elizabeth M. Tobey, Andrea Tonni, and Elaine Walker.