Contexts and networks
in Anna of Denmark
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Sets the stage for the thematic chapters that follow, outlines the importance of Anna’s natal identity and remaps her political and marital dynamic with James. It discusses related issues of material agency, confessional identity, and power-brokering, together with the notable influence of the ongoing ties within her family network. Introduces the types of archival evidence used throughout the book.

Anna of Denmark

The material and visual culture of the Stuart Courts, 1589–1619

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