Elizabethan Society of Antiquaries
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Elizabethan Society of Antiquaries
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S207987840002502-1-1
DOI
10.18254/S0002502-1-1
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Article
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Published
Authors
Sergei Kondratiev 
Occupation: Professor
Affiliation: Tyumen State University
Address: Russian Federation, Tyumen
Abstract
The article is devoted to the English society of amateurs of ancientry and English history, which contemporaries named “А Society of Antiquaries”. It describes the history of society, times of meetings, membership and discourse topics of the society. Author notes that the majority of members of the society were persons after admission at the bar and practicing lawyers. The main topics of the meetings of the society were the dimensions of Land of the kingdom, funeral ceremonies, knights and titles of nobility, mottos and arms, duels and combats, towns, castles, shires, origins and judicial procedure of various Courts, Parliament, the Inns of Courts, heralds, forest law.
Keywords
England, history, antiquaries, historical writings, society
Received
22.05.2018
Publication date
30.11.2018
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