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Author Holt, Mack P., author
Title The politics of wine in early modern France : religion and popular culture in Burgundy, 1477-1630 / Mack P. Holt, George Mason University
Imprint Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2018
book jacket
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 Fu Ssu-Nien WTN LANG BK  BR847.B85 H758 2018    AVAILABLE    30530001313790
 人文社會聯圖  BR847.B85 H65 2018    AVAILABLE    30610020591756
Descript xvi, 352 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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Series New studies in European history
New studies in European history
Note "In the late fifteenth century, Burgundy was incorporated in the kingdom of France. This, coupled with the advent of Protestantism in the early sixteenth century, opened up new avenues for participation in public life by ordinary Burgundians and led to considerably greater interaction between the elites and the ordinary people. Mack Holt examines the relationship between the ruling and popular classes from Burgundy's re-incorporation into France in 1477 until the Lanturelu riot in Dijon in 1630, focusing on the local wine industry. Indeed, the vineyard workers were crucial in turning back the tide of Protestantism in the province until 1630 when, following royal attempts to reduce the level of popular participation in public affairs, Louis XIII tried to remove them from the city altogether. More than just a local study, this book shows how the popular classes often worked together with local elites to shape policies that affected them"-- Provided by publisher
Includes bibliographical references (pages 323-340) and index
Introduction -- Part I. Burgundy After the Valois Dukes (1477 to ca.1560). 1. Guarding the Gospels: elections and politics ; 2. Protected by the Virgin Mary: lay religious experiences ; 3. Beasts in the vines: wine and material life -- Part II. The Wars of Religion in Burgundy (ca.1550 to 1595). 4. The Reformation in Burgundy ; 5. Origins of the Catholic League in Burgundy ; 6. The Collapse of the League in Burgundy -- Part III. From Foy de Bourgogne to Absolute Monarchy (1595 to 1630). 7. The contraction of popular politics and Catholic reform ; 8. The crown, the magistrates, and the people: the Lanturelu Riot of 1630
Subject Burgundy (France) -- Church history
Burgundy (France) -- Religious life and customs -- History
Popular culture -- Religious aspects -- Christianity
Wine industry -- Political aspects -- France -- Burgundy -- History
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