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|Title:||Symbolism and Ritual in the Seventeenth-Century Scottish Parliament|
|Editor(s):||da, Cruz Coelho MH|
Tavares, Ribeiro MM
|Citation:||Mann A (2010) Symbolism and Ritual in the Seventeenth-Century Scottish Parliament. In: da CCM & Tavares RM (eds.) Parlamentos: a Lei, a Prática e as representações - Da Idade Média á Actualidade/ Parliaments: The Law, The Practice and The Representations - From the Middle Ages to the Present Day. 60th conference of The International Commission for the History of Representative and Parliamentary Institutions (ICHRPI), 2009, Lisbon, Portugal, 01.09.2009-04.09.2009. Lisbon, Portugal: Assembleia da República - Divisão de Edições, pp. 479-485.|
|Abstract:||This article considers the prevalence of ideas of sovereignty and authority in seventeenth century Scotland with particular regard to parliament, the monarchy, the constitutional balance between he two, and the use of symbolism by both to place theese institutions at the centre of early modern political and cultural life in Scotland|
|Rights:||.The Parliament of Lisbon, I, Alastair Mann, can confirm as Publications Director of the ICHRPI, is not interested in protecting the copyright of this collection of papers and it sponsored the publication merely to disseminate the study of parliamentary institutions.|
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