Spangler Bibliography

List of References

Primary Sources

Anon. Response au Manifeste de l’Archiduc Leopold qui pretend iustifier l’emprisonnement du Duc de Lorraine. Paris, 1654.

Anon. Abrégé historique et iconographique de la vie de Charles V dédié à Son Altesse Royale Léopold I son digne successeur. Nancy: Chez René Charlot & Pierre Deschamps, 1701.

Leopold, Holy Roman Emperor. Grant of royal prerogatives to Duke Léopold of Lorraine, 2 October 1700. Archives Départementales, Meurthe-et-Moselle, Fonds de Vienne, 3 F 1 Mi 1291.

Toul, Bishop of (François Blouet de Camilly). Letter to Jean-Baptiste Colbert, Marquis de Torcy, April 1707. Archives des Affaires étrangères, Correspondance politique, Lorraine, LXVI, fol. 201.

Audriffet, Jean-Baptiste d’. Letter to Philippe, Duc d’Orléans, Regent of France, February 1717. Archives des Affaires étrangères, Correspondance politique, Lorraine, XCIII, fol. 317.

Baleicourt, Sieur (Père Charles-Louis Hugo). Traité historique et critique sur l’origine et la généalogie de la maison de Lorraine. Berlin [Nancy], 1711.

Champier, Symphorien. Le Recueil ou cronique des hystoires des royaulmes d’Austrasie ou France orientale dite à present Lorrayne, de Hierusalem, de Sicile et de la duché de Bar. Lyon, 1510.

Desmarets, Henry. “Divertissment pour la feste de Son Altesse Royale, Mis en Musique par M. Desmaretz, Sur-intendant de la Musique de S.A.R., Representé à Lunéville, en presence de Leurs Altesses Royales, le 15. Novembre 1717.” Nancy, 1717.

Dumont, Jean. Corps universel diplomatique du droit des gens; contenant un recueil des traitez d’alliance, de paix … de toutes les conventions … & autres contrats, qui ont été faits en Europe, depuis le regne de l’empereur Charlemagne jusques à present . 8 vols, Amsterdam and The Hague: P. Brunel & Co., 1726-1731.

Eckhart, Johann Georg von. Origines Serenissimae ac Potentissimae familiae Habsburgo-Austriacae. Leipzig, 1721.

Lorraine, Charles V, Duke of. Testament Politique de Charles, duc de Lorraine et de Bar. Cologne: Pierre Marteau, 1697 [probably Abbé Jean-Baptiste de Chèvremont, Paris].

Rosières, François de. Stemmatum Lotharingiae ac Barri ducum tomi septem. Ab Antenore, Trojanarum reliquiarum ad paludes Maeotidas Rege, ad haec usque illustrissimi, potentissimi, et serenissimi Caroli Tertii, Ducis Lotharingiae tempora. Paris: Guilielmus Chaudiere, 1580.

Vignier, Jérôme. Le Véritable origine des maisons d’Alsace, de Lorraine, d’Autreche, de Bade. Paris, 1649.

Secondary Sources

Backerra, Charlotte. “Legitimacy through Family Traditions? The Hanoverians represented as successors to the throne of Great Britain.” In Dynastic Change: Legitimacy and Gender in Medieval and Early Modern Monarchy, edited by Ana Maria S. A. Rodrigues, Manuela Santos Silva and Jonathan Spangler, 123–140. Abingdon: Routledge, 2019.

Baumont, Henri. Études sur le règne de Léopold, duc de Lorraine et de Bar. Paris and Nancy: Berger Levrault, 1894.

Beales, Derek. “Francis Stephen of Lorraine (Emperor Francis I, 1745–65), Consort of Maria Theresa, Ruler of the Austrian Monarchy from 1740.” In The Man Behind the Queen: Male Consorts in History, edited by Charles Beem and Miles Taylor, 125–143. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.

Blanchard, Jean-Christophe. D’Alérions en Alérions. Dix siècles d’images héraldiques lorraines. Haroué: Gérard Louis, 2012.

Bonney, Richard. “Absolutism: What’s in a Name?” French History 1 (1987): 93–117.

Bourquin, Laurent. “Les chevaliers de l’ordre du Croissant: Les Sources d’une faveur, les limites d’une fidélité.” In Le Second ordre: L’Idéal nobiliare, edited by C. Grell and A. Ramière de Fortanier, 21–29. Paris: Presses de l’Université de Paris-Sorbonne, 1999.

Burke, Peter, The Fabrication of Louis XIV. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1992.

Cabourdin, Guy. Encyclopédie illustrée de la Lorraine: Les temps modernes – 1. De la Renaissance à la guerre de Trente ans. Nancy: Presses universitaires de Nancy, 1991.

Cabourdin, Guy. Encyclopédie illustrée de la Lorraine: Les temps modernes – 2. De la paix de Westphalie à la fin de l’Ancien régime. Nancy: Presses universitaires de Nancy, 1991.

Choné, Paulette. “Présence, présentation et représentation dans les planches de la Pompe funèbre de Charles III (1608) et leurs legends.” In Zeremoniell als höfische Ästhetik in Spätmittelalter und Früher Neuzeit, Edited by Jörg Jochen Berns and Thomas Rahn, 174–182. Berlin: Max Niemeyer Verlag, 2012.

Collin, Hubert. “Cas de conscience dynastique, ambition personelle et raison d’état.” In Il Granducato di Toscana e i Lorena nel secolo XVIII. Tradizioni politiche e culturali della dinastia: ministri, funzionari, intellettuali e artisti lorenesi, edited by Alessandra Contini and Maria Grazia Parri, 35–69. Florence: Olschki, 1994.

Collin, Hubert. “Les Royaumes qui se dérobent: Gloires et chimères du Sud chez le roi René 1er d’Anjou et ses descendants, les ducs de Lorraine, de 1435 au XVIIIe siècle.” Le Pays Lorrain 90, no. 4 (2009): 291–302.

Cullière, Alain. Les Écrivains et le pouvoir en Lorraine au XVIe siècle. Paris: Honoré Champion, 1999.

D’Alessio, Sylvana. “Dreaming of the Crown: Poliitcal Discourses and Others Sources relating to the Duke of Guise in Naples (1647-48 and 1654).” In Aspiration, Representation and Memory: The Guise in Europe, 1506-1688, edited by Jessica Munns, Penny Richards, and Jonathan Spangler, 88–124. Farnham: Ashgate, 2015.

Dee, Daryl. Expansion and Crisis in Louis XIV’s France: Franche-Comté and Absolute Monarchy, 1674-1715. Rochester, NY: Rochester University Press, 2009.

Dencher, Alexander. “The Politics of Spectacle: Imaging the Prince of Orange during the First Stadtholderless Era.” The Court Historian 19, no. 2 (2014): 163–168.

Duerloo, Luc. “The Utility of an Empty Title. The Habsburgs as Dukes of Burgundy.” Dutch Crossing 43, no. 1 (2019): 63–77.

Duron, Jean, and Yves Ferraton, eds. Henry Desmarest (1661–1741): Exils d’un musicien dans l’Europe du Grand Siècle. Sprimont: Mardaga, 2005.

Foucault, Pierre-Charles, Comte de. Histoire de Léopold I, duc de Lorraine et de Bar, père de l’Empereur François I, tige de l’auguste maison de Lorraine-Autriche. Brussels: Flon, 1791.

Franz, Thierry. “L’art de cour lorrain face au jeu des modèles européens: l’exemple des résidences ducales sous le règne de Léopold.” In Échanges, passages et transferts à la cour du duc Léopold (1698-1729), edited by Anne Motta, 209–232. Rennes: Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2017.

Friedrich, Karin. “The Power of Crowns: The Prussian Coronation of 1701 in Context.” In The Cultivation of Monarchy and the Rise of Berlin: Brandenburg-Prussia, 1700, edited by Karin Friedrich and Sara Smart, 1–51. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2010.

Fulaine, Jean-Charles. Le Duc Charles IV de Lorraine et son armée (1624-75). Metz: Septentrion, 1997.

Gaber, Stéphane. Et Charles V arrêta la marche des Turcs … un Lorrain sauveur de l’Occident chrétien. Nancy: Presses universitaires de Nancy, 1986.

Geevers, Liesbeth. “The Conquistador and the Phoenix: the Franco-Spanish Precedence Dispute (1564-1610) as a Battle of Kingship.” International History Review 35, no. 1 (2013): 23–41.

Geevers, Liesbeth, and Mirella Marini, eds. Dynastic Identity in Early Modern Europe: Rulers, Aristocrats and the Formation of Identities. Farnham: Ashgate, 2015.

Geevers, Liesbeth. “Dynasty and State Building in the Spanish Habsburg Monarchy: The Career of Emanuele Filiberto of Savoy (1588-1624).” Journal of Early Modern History 20, no. 3 (2016): 267–292.

Geevers, Liesbeth, and Harald Gustafsson, eds. Dynasty and State Formation in Early Modern Europe. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, forthcoming.

Goloubeva, Maria. The Glorification of Emperor Leopold I in Image, Spectacle and Text. Mainz: Philipp von Zabern, 2000.

Griffin, Stephen. “Duke Leopold of Lorraine, Small State Diplomacy, and the Stuart Court in Exile, 1716-1729.” The Historical Journal (2022): 1–18.

Guarino, Gabriel. Representing the King’s Splendour: Communication and Reception of Symbolic Forms of Power in Viceregal Naples. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2010.

Harsany, Zoltan. La Cour de Léopold, duc de Lorraine et de Bar (1698–1729). Nancy: Imprimerie V. Idoux, 1939.

Hassler, Eric. “‘Mes estats estant situés entre l’Allemagne et la France il faudra prendre de l’un et de l’autre.’ Vienne, Versailles, Lunéville: réflexions sur les ‘modèles’ de cour au début du XVIIIe siècle.” In Échanges, passages et transferts à la cour du duc Léopold (1698-1729), edited by Anne Motta, 151–165. Rennes: Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2017.

Haussonville, Othenin, Comte d’. Histoire de la réunion de la Lorraine à la France. 4 vols, 2nd edn. Paris: Michel Lévy Frères, 1860.

Hoak, Dale. “The Iconography of the Crown Imperial.” In Tudor Political Culture, edited by Dale Hoak, 54–103. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995.

Hugon, Alain. Naples insurgée, 1647–1648: De l’événement à la Mémoire. Rennes: Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2011.

Humbert, Chantal. “Les Tapisseries ducales, parures glorieuses de la Maison de Lorraine,” and “Des décorations éphémères instituent l’art de Cour du duc Léopold Ier de Lorraine.” In Lunéville: Fastes du Versailles lorrain, edited by J. Charles-Gaffiot, 98–105; 106–113. Paris: Carpentier, 2003.

Humblot, Émile, and Roger Luzu. Les Seigneurs de Joinville. Saint-Dizier: Brulliard, 1964.

Jackson, Richard. “Peers of France and Princes of the Blood.” French Historical Studies 7 no. 1 (1971): 27–46.

Jalabert, Laurent. Charles V de Lorraine ou la quête de l’État (1643-1690). Metz: Éditions des Paraiges, 2017.

Keay, Anna. The Magnificent Monarch: Charles II and the Ceremonies of Power. London: Hambledon Continuum, 2008.

Kekewich, Margaret L. The Good King: René of Anjou and Fifteenth-Century Europe. Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2008.

Kmec, Sonja. Across the Channel: Noblewomen in Seventeenth-Century France and England. Trier: Kliomedia, 2010.

Lee, Daniel. The Right of Sovereignty: Jean Bodin on the Sovereign State and the Law of Nations. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2021.

Leestmans, Charles. Charles IV, duc de Lorraine (1604-1675): Une errance baroque. Lasne: Quatre Chemins, 2003.

Lelong, Jacques. Bibliothèque historique de la France. 5 vols. Paris: Herissant, 1769.

Lionnois, Jean-Jacques. Histoire des villes vieille et neuve de Nancy, depuis leur fondation, jusqu’en 1788. 3 vols, Nancy: Haener, 1805-1811.

Lipp, Charles. Noble Strategies in an Early Modern Small State: The Mahuet of Lorraine. Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, 2011.

Louda, Jiří, and Michael Maclagan. Lines of Succession: Heraldry of the Royal Families of Europe. London: Orbis, 1981.

Martin, Philippe. La Pompe funèbre de Charles III, 1608. Metz: Éditions Serpenoise, 2008.

McCluskey, Phil. “Louis XIV, Duke Leopold I and the Neutrality of Lorraine, 1702-1714.” European History Quarterly 45, no. 1 (2015): 34–56.

McCluskey, Phil. Absolute Monarchy on the Frontiers: Louis XIV’s Military Occupations of Lorraine and Savoy. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2013.

Mérindol, Christian de. “La Politique du duc de Lorraine René II, 1473-1508, à l’égard de la seconde Maison d’Anjou, de la France et de la Bourgogne, d’après le témoignage de l’emblématique et de la thématique.” In Les Pays de l’entre-deux au Moyen Age: questions d’histoire des territoires d’Empire entre Meuse, Rhône et Rhin, 61–114. Paris: Comité des travaux historiques et scientifiques, 1990.

Merlotti, Andrea. “Oath-taking and Hand-kissing: Ceremonies of Sovereignty in a ‘Monarchia Composita’, the States of the House of Savoy from the Sixteenth to Nineteenth Centuries.” In Power and Ceremony in European History: Rituals, Practices and Representative Bodies since the Late Medieval Ages, edited by Anna Kalinowska and Jonathan Spangler, 157–168. London: Bloomsbury, 2021.

Monter, William. A Bewitched Duchy: Lorraine and its Dukes, 1477–1736. Geneva: Droz, 2007.

Motta, Anne, ed. Échanges, passages et transferts à la cour du duc Léopold (1698-1729). Rennes: Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2017.

Motta, Anne. Noblesse et pouvoir princier dans la Lorraine ducale (1624-1737). Paris: Classiques Garnier, 2015.

Mulryne, J.R. “Dynastic Weddings in Personal and Political Context: Two Instances.” In Dynastic Marriages 1612/1615: A Celebration of the Habsburg and Bourbon Unions, edited by Margaret M. McGowan, 227–241. Farnham: Ashgate, 2013.

Munns, Jessica, Penny Richards and Jonathan Spangler, eds. Aspiration, Representation and Memory: The Guise in Europe, 1506-1688. Farnham: Ashgate, 2015.

Musi, Aurelio. La rivolta di Masaniello nella scena politica barocca. Naples: Guida, 1989; 2nd edn, 2002.

Oresko, Robert. “The House of Savoy in Search for a Royal Crown in the Seventeenth Century.” In Royal and Republican Sovereignty in Early Modern Europe, edited by Robert Oresko, G. C. Gibbs, and H. M. Scott, 272–350. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997.

Osborne, Toby. “The Surrogate War between the Savoys and the Medici: Sovereignty and Precedence in Early Modern Italy.” The International History Review 29, no. 1 (2007): 1–21.

Osborne, Toby. “The House of Savoy and the Theatre of the World: Performances of Sovereignty in Early Modern Rome.” In Sabaudian Studies: Political Culture, Dynasty, and Territory (1400–1700), edited by Matthew Vester, 167–190. University Park, PA: Penn State University Press, 2021.

Pálffy, Géza. “Jagiellonians and Habsburgs: Heraldic Dynastic Representation in Central Europe from the Fifteenth to the Seventeenth Century.” In Power and Ceremony in European History: Rituals, Practices and Representative Bodies since the Late Medieval Ages, edited by Anna Kalinowska and Jonathan Spangler, 171–191. London: Bloomsbury, 2021.

Parsons, Jotham. “Money and Sovereignty in Early Modern France.” Journal of the History of Ideas 62, no. 1 (2001): 59–79.

Pert, Thomas. “Pride and Precedence: The Rivalry of the House of Orange-Nassau and the Palatine Family at the Anglo-Dutch Wedding of 1641.” The Seventeenth Century 36, no. 4 (2021): 561–578.

Rohr, Zita Eva. Yolande of Aragon (1381-1442), Family and Power: The Reverse of the Tapestry. Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2016.

Roze, Francine. “Les Relations entre Elisabeth-Charlotte d’Orléans, régente de Lorraine, et son fils le duc François III, entre 1729 et 1737.” In Franz Stephan von Lothringen und sein Kreis / L’Empereur François Ier et le réseau lorrain / L’imperatore Francesco I e il circolo lorenese, edited by Renate Zedinger and Wolfgang Schmale, 61–76. Bochum: Winkler Verlag, 2009.

Sabean, David Warren. “Descent and Alliance: Cultural Meanings of Blood in the Baroque.” In Blood and Kinship: Matter for Metaphor from Ancient Rome to the Present, edited by Christopher H. Johnson, Bernhard Jussen, David Warren Sabean and Simon Teuscher, 144–174. New York: Berghahn, 2013.

Spangler, Jonathan. The Society of Princes: The Lorraine-Guise and the Conservation of Power and Wealth in the Seventeenth Century. Farnham: Ashgate, 2009.

Spangler, Jonathan. “A Palace for Dreams: Lunéville and the Royal Aspirations of the Dukes of Lorraine from Léopold to Stanisław Leszczyński.” In Power and Architecture: Residences of Monarchs and Seats of State Authorities in Europe: Forms and Functions (15th–20th Centuries), edited by P. Deles and A. Czarniecka, 283–298. Warsaw: Royal Castle–Museum, 2016.

Spangler, Jonathan. “Court Faction Overwhelmed by Circumstance: The Duchy of Lorraine Torn between Bourbon and Habsburg, 1624-1737.” In A Europe of Courts, a Europe of Factions: Political Groups at Early Modern Centres of Power (1550-1700), edited by Rubén González Cuerva and Alexander Koller, 197–218. Leiden: Brill, 2017.

Spangler, Jonathan. “Les Princes étrangers: Truly Princes? Truly Foreign? Typologies of Princely Status, Trans-Nationalism and Identity in Early Modern France.” In Adel und Nation in der Neuzeit: Hierarchie, Egalität und Loyalität 16.-20. Jahrhundert, edited by Martin Wrede and Laurent Bourquin, 117–141. Ostfildern: Thorbeke Verlag, 2017.

Spangler, Jonathan. “Mary of Guise as a Dynastic Entity: Re-asserting the Auld Alliance or Something Bigger?” Annales de l’Est 1 (2017): 161–181.

Spangler, Jonathan. “Sons and Daughters Sent Abroad: Successes and Failures of Foreign Princes at the French Court in the Sixteenth Century.” Proslogion 3, no. 1 (2017): 48–89.

Stollberg-Rilinger, Barbara. “Höfische Öffentlichkeit. Zur zeremoniellen Selbstdarstellung des brandenburgischen Hofes vor dem europäischen Publikum.” Forschungen zur brandenburgischen und preußischen Geschichte 7 (1997): 145–176.

Storrs, Christopher. War, Diplomacy and the Rise of Savoy, 1690-1720. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2000.

Strong, Roy. The Cult of Elizabeth: Elizabethan Portraiture and Pageantry. London: Thames & Hudson, 1977.

Sturges, Robert. “The Guise and the Two Jerusalems: Joinville’s Vie de Saint Louis and an Early Modern Family’s Medievalism.” In Aspiration, Representation and Memory: The Guise in Europe, 1506-1688, edited by Jessica Munns, Penny Richards, and Jonathan Spangler, 25–46. Farnham: Ashgate, 2015.

Taylor, David A. H. B. “‘Magnificence Reigned’: Anthony Van Dyck’s Portrait of Henri II of Lorraine, Duke of Guise.” In Aspiration, Representation and Memory: The Guise in Europe, 1506-1688, edited by Jessica Munns, Penny Richards, and Jonathan Spangler, 85–98. Farnham: Ashgate, 2015.

Thiry, Steven, and Luc Duerloo, eds. Heraldic Hierarchies: Identity, Status and State Intervention in Early Modern Heraldry. Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2021.

Tranié, Ghislain. Philippe de Gueldre (1467-1547). “Royne de Sicile” et “povre ver de terre.” Paris: Classiques Garnier, 2019.

Vignal Souleyreau, Marie-Catherine. Richelieu et la Lorraine. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2004.

Waquet, Jean-Claude. “L’Échec d’un mariage: Marguerite-Louise d’Orléans et Côme de Médicis.” In Femmes et pouvoir politique: Les Princesses d’Europe, XVe–XVIIIe siècle, edited by Isabelle Poutrin and Marie-Karine Schaub, 120–132. Paris: Bréal, 2007.

Wilson, Peter H. Absolutism and Central Europe. London: Routledge, 2000.

Wolf, John. Louis XIV. London: Victor Gollancz, 1968.

Wrede, Martin. Ohne Furcht und Tadel: Für König und Vaterland; Frühneuzeitlicher Hochadel zwischen Familienehre, Ritterideal und Fürstendienst. Ostfildern: Jan Thorbecke Verlag, 2012.

Zedinger, Renate. Lorraine et Pays-Bas autrichiens au XVIIIe siècle. Bochum: Winkler Verlag, 2010.