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Iconography, Propaganda, and Legitimation
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List of Plates, List of Figures
Introduction: Visual Representations of the State as Propaganda and Legitimation
1: The Portrait of the Prince as a Rhetorical Genre
2: From the exemplum virtutis to the Apotheosis
3: The Orb as the Symbol of the State in the Pictorial Cycle
4: Monarchic Liturgies and the `Hidden King'
5: Religion and Church during the Genesis of the Spanish Monarchy
6: Rex et sacerdos: The Holiness of the King in European Civilization
7: Visual Images of Papal Power
8: Visual Ideas of Papal Authority
9: Ceremonial Space
10: Beneath the Ceilings of Versailles
11: The Demise of Royal Mythologies
12: Republican Virtues and the Free State
Bibliography, List of Contributors, Illustration Sources, Index

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If I were asked to nominate the best interdisciplinary collections of essays in the last century, Iconography, Propaganda, and Legitimation would be near the top of my list.
*Sixteenth Century Journal*

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