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Date de parution : 01/01/2018

EL CEREMONIAL EN LA CORTE DE BRUSELAS DEL SIGLO XVII

Los manuscritos de Francisco Alonso Lozano

par: José Eloy Hortal Muñoz

Following their incorporation into the Spanish monarchy, the Habsburg Netherlands were ruled by governors-general, who established their own Households in Brussels. However, this situation began to change in the mid-seventeenth century, as evidenced by the letters of appointment of various courtiers, who were no longer identified as members of this or that governor’s household, but rather as part of la Maison Royale de Bruxelles. We can infer, therefore, that from this moment onwards, the royal household in Brussels belonged to the territory rather than to particular people. Naturally, a theoretical justification was required to support the existence of this new household, by the way, the only one that was created in whole Europe at the seventeenth century. At the same time, it should also be remembered that during the reign of Felipe IV (1621-1665), the Etiquettes concerning the royal household were thoroughly codified in Madrid, so that the other Courts in the Monarchy could not have been oblivious to this development and became involved in the process, as was the case of Brussels. It is in this context where we must situate the elaboration of the manuscripts of Francisco Alonso Lozano that we present here. Between 1692 and 1712, he wrote two books: the first was called Plan ou Estat de la maison royale dans ces estats de flandres, in which he detailed the functions of each office, while the second, Notice de toutes les emplois de la cour et de la chapelle royale de Bruxelles, indicated the number of servants and the stipends and bouche of court that they received. No doubt, we guess that these two manuscripts represents an invaluable source to the knowledge of the seventeenth-century Court of Brussels, comparable to what represent the Etiquetas Generales de Palacio for the Court of Madrid.

 

Dit is een uitgave van de Koninklijke Commissie voor Geschiedenis. / Ceci est une publication de la Commission royale d'Histoire. / This is a publication of the Royal Historical Commission

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EL CEREMONIAL EN LA CORTE DE BRUSELAS DEL SIGLO XVII
Auteur(s) : José Eloy Hortal Muñoz
ISBN : 9782870440162
Taal : Espagnol

Le(s) auteur(s)

José Eloy Hortal Muñoz (1974) graduated in Early Modern and Modern History (1997) and History of Art (1999) at the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (UAM), where he also defended his PhD thesis in September 2004 with the highest mark. He works as professor at the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (URJC) since 2009. His major works include the monographs Las guardas reales de los Austrias hispanos (Madrid, 2013), and Los asuntos de Flandes. Las relaciones entre las Cortes de la Monarquía Hispánica y de los Países Bajos durante el siglo XVI (Saarbrücken, 2011); he also co-directed several collective works as A Constellation of Courts. The Households of Habsburg Europe, (1555-1665) (Louvain, 2014), with René Vermeir and Dries Raeymaekers; and La Casa de Borgoña: la Casa del rey de España (Louvain, 2014), with Félix Labrador Arroyo. More information on the web: www.joseeloyhortal.com.

Africa Espíldora García (1960) graduated in Geography and History at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM) in 1993. For some years, she taught in secondary schools and worked in libraries (Museo de Santa Cruz de Toledo); then she switched to the archival world. In this field, she first worked as a senior technician at the Archivo Historico de la Nobleza de Toledo (1999-2001, 2008-2011); later on, she was in charge of the central archives of several government counsels of the autonomous community of Castilla-La Mancha (2001-2006). Since 2011, she has dedicated her attention to research. She is currently is finishing the edition of a volume titled Francisco de Mendoza: un almirante por los caminos de Europa (1596).

Pierre-François Pirlet (1982) holds a PhD in History, Arts and Archaeology from Liège University since 2015, and is a scientific collaborator of ULiège’s Historical Sciences Department since October 2017. He is also member of Transitions. Unité de recherches Moyen Âge & première Modernité. His research, pertaining to both Court Studies and religious history, aims at reassessing the nature and modalities of the power at the Brussels court during the 17th century. He defended a thesis dedicated to the Princely confessor in Spanish Low Countries (1598-1659). This work, written under direction of Prof. Annick Delfosse (ULiège), addresses the nature of the links between secular and religious powers within the court. 

 

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