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Nonetheless, Elias’ Court Society laid out the ground-plan for further research and his work has provided a stimulus for historians of court societies of other times and places, as we shall see in later chapters of this book. indd 6 04/12/2012 14:30 Introduction 7 we must speculate if early-modern western courts like those of the Tudors and Bourbons really are the most apropos models to follow in our current study. After all, the Christian courts of pre-industrial Europe never fully experienced the true weight of an absolute monarchy in the way that courts of the pre-modern Middle East and Far East experienced absolutism (like that of the Achaemenids).
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