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The Royal Entry during 14th-15th Centuries in France
In the numerous French royal rituals in the end of the Middle Ages, the Royal Entry with more secularity implications was gradually unclosing its importance. This Ceremony enabled different classes of people in the kingdom to participate in political life. Moreover, this ritual introduced the stratum and civil awareness of individuals into the frame of the loyalty to the king and the identity to the kingdom. The Royal Entry was the result and witness of the history development, infiltrated by the culture characters in the Middle Ages and representing the culture connotation at that time as the code. This research on French Royal Entry highlights four themes, i.e. ritual origins and process, parade structure, city's architecture and space, the meaning of the drama. Thus, this article focuses on exploring the public participating degree of royal ritual, the complex relationship of the interaction and causality between social classes and ceremonies, and the symbolic meanings of this parade in the end of the Middle Ages.
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