Le cacce reali nell'Europa dei principi
2017, cm 17 x 24, xii-352 pp. con 24 tavv. f.t. a colori
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This book examines royal hunts, one of the famous and celebrated court rituals of Europe. Monarchs and princes used this practice on a political level to define and consolidate their power. In fact, they redesigned the territory with magnificent hunting lodges, surrounded by woods for their exclusive use, and they were accessed via a specially designed network of royal roads. This allows us to understand why many of these residences later became palaces that symbolized not only the courts, but absolutism itself.