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American Philosophical Society
Franks, Burgundians, and Aquitanians and the Royal Coronation Ceremony in France: Transactions, APS (vol. 82, part 7)
Elizabeth A. R. Brown (au)
Deals with two unusual French “ordines” in which relevance took precedence over tradition. In both the pregnant phrase “Franks, Burgundians, & Aquitanians” appeared in the prayer following the king’s unction in the place traditionally occupied by the alien triad “Saxons, Mercians, & Northumbrians.” The ceremonials were thus transformed & made fully appropriate for the ruler of France. Contents of this study: (1) “Franks, Burgundians, & Aquitanians” in the 12th Century: The “Ordo” of Lat. 14192; (2) The Reappearance of “Franks, Burgundians, & Aquitanians” in Early Modern France: Jean du Tillet; Du Tillet’s Version of the “Ordo Maior” of “Croix”; Theodore Godefroy & Du Tillet’s “Ordo”; (3) Conclusion. Appendix: The “Ordo Maior” of “Croix.” Bibliography.
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