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Chasse et mise en scène de la noblesse (Espagne, Epoque Moderne)

Abstract : This paper analyses how hunting (and which hunting?) contributes to the affirmation of a noble identity, to the staging of nobility and to the affirmation of its excellence. The first part will be devoted to the iconography (images) and treatises (treatises on nobility but also treatises on hunting) that affirm the power of the links that unite the nobility with hunting, the importance, for the noble, of hunting. The second part will analyse the different types of hunting by linking them to the image of the nobility (not all types of hunting are noble and in the same way that there is a social hierarchy with the high nobility at the top, there is a hierarchy of hunts). Finally, a third part analyses the discordant voices which, through a critique of hunting, also express a critique of the nobility and its privileges: in this context, the voice of Fernando Basurto (Dialogo del cazador y desl pescador, Zaragoza, 1538) appears to be particularly original.
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Christine Orobitg. Chasse et mise en scène de la noblesse (Espagne, Epoque Moderne). Quand la noblesse se donne à voir, Fabrice Quéro (RESO, Université de Université Paul Valéry Montpellier 3- Montpellier), Sophie Bérangère Singlard (CAER, Université d'Aix-Marseille) et Sylvain André (CLEA-Sorbonne Université), Dec 2021, Montpellier, France. ⟨hal-03503181⟩



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