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The portrait of the medieval ruler is not just a source of political history, but one of its actors. Using select major works from the history of political images from the tenth to seventeenth century, this volume demonstrates their potential for political participation, thereby broadening the general understanding of image politics, which is based on a modern totality of power that was alien to the middle ages and its images.
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