Making of stereotypes of rulers in the “New chronicle of England and France” by Robert Fabyan
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9 ГЕОГРАФИЯ. БИОГРАФИИ. ИСТОРИЯ
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14.06.2012
Making of stereotypes of rulers in the “New chronicle of England and France” by Robert Fabyan
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Seminar "People and Texts"
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The lecture studies the political views of Robert Fabian, author of "The New Chronicles of England and France." The researcher reveals the fundamental qualities of the ideal kings and "bad rulers" in terms of a London merchant, for whom the most important thing was the stability, peace and order in the state.
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Marina Bobkova
Professor of Moscow State Institute of International Relations. Senior Research Fellow of Institute of World History
Elena Braun
Assistant Professor of the Department of General History, School of Advanced Studies in the Humanities, The Russian President Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
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