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The Costantinian Order of Saint Gorge

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  • Stair Sainty, Guy.
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    • Editorial: BOE
    • ISBN: 978-84-340-2506-6
    • Páginas: 577
    • Dimensiones: 25 cm x 32 cm
    • Plaza de edición: Madrid , España
    • Encuadernación: Cartoné
    • Idiomas: Inglés
    • Fecha de la edición: 2018
    • Edición: 1ª ed.

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    Resumen del libro

    The Boletín Oficial del Estado is pleased to announce the forthcoming publication of The Constantinian Order of Saint George and the Angeli Farnese and Bourbon families which governed it, by Guy Stair Sainty. This is the most comprehensive history of the Order from its foundation to the present, including an examination of the conversion of Constantine, the complex relationships between Balkan dynasties, and the expansion of the Order in the late 16th and 17th centuries until its acquisition by the Farnese. The passage of the Gran Mastership from the Farnese to the Bourbons and the subsequent succession within the Bourbon family is examined in detail with many hitherto unpublished documents. The book includes more than 300 images, and the Appendix some key historic texts as well as related essays. There is a detailed bibliography and index of names.


    Índice

    I. The Legend

    II. The Historical Origins of the Angeli family

    III. The Early Documentation of the Order

    IV. The Internationalisation of the Order in the Seventeenth Century

    V. The Order in Spain in the Sixteenth, Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries

    VI. The Transfer to the Farnese

    VII. Challenges to the Farnese

    VIII. The Balkan Crusade and the Bull Militantis Ecclesiae

    IX. The Succession of the Bourbons as Grand Masters

    X. The End of Charles III’s Grand Mastership

    XI. The Grand Mastership of Ferdinand IV and III

    XII. The Administration and Membership

    XIII. The Foundation of the Parmesan Constantinian Order

    XIV. Francis I and Ferdinand II, Grand Masters

    XV. The Grand Masters no longer Reigning Sovereigns

    XVI Alfonso, Count of Caserta, Prince in Exile

    XVII. The Count of Caserta as Grand Master

    XVIII. The Internationalisation of the Order in the Early Twentieth Century

    XIX. The Consequences of the Rapprochement between the Holy See and Italy

    XX. The Grand Mastership of Ferdinand-Pius, Duke of Calabria

    XXI. The Succession to the Grand Mastership in 1960

    XXII. The Grand Mastership of the Infante Don Carlos, Duke of Calabria

    XXIII. The Constantinian Order Today

    8 The Constantinian Order of Saint George

    APPENDICES

    Appendix I. The Grand Masters

    Appendix II. Genealogical Descent of the Grand Mastership in the Angeli Family

    Appendix III. Statutes and Regulations

    Appendix III B. Heraldic Regulations

    Appendix III C. Heraldic Manual

    Appendix IV A. The Spanish Royal Inquiry 1708-11

    Appendix IV B. Constantinian Commanderies

    Appendix V A. Papal Approved Divine Office and Ecclesiastical Calendar

    Appendix V B. Papal Approved Norms for Ecclesiastical Dress

    Appendix V C. Decrees of the Apostolic Penitentiary

    Appendix VI. Pragmatic Decree of 1759

    Appendix VII. Opinion of the Spanish Council of State

    Appendix VIII. Balkan Families

    Appendix IX A. The Cantacuzene Constantinian Order

    Appendix IX B. Liber Aureus Ordinii Constantiniani

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