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Status Interaction during the Reign of Louis XIV$

Giora Sternberg

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780199640348

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: August 2014

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199640348.001.0001

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(p.185) Appendix III Train-Length and Train-Bearing in Bourbon Funerary Services at Saint-Denis and at Notre Dame, 1643–17151

(p.185) Appendix III Train-Length and Train-Bearing in Bourbon Funerary Services at Saint-Denis and at Notre Dame, 1643–17151

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Status Interaction during the Reign of Louis XIV
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Year

Service

Representatives

Train-length (ells)

Train-bearers (number)

1643

Louis XIII (SD)

Duke of Orléans

5

?

Prince of Condé

5

?

Prince of Conti

5

?

1643

Louis XIII (ND)

Queen Mother†

9

32

Duchess of Orléans

7

2

Mademoiselle

7

1

Princess of Condé

7

1

Countess of Soissons

7

1

1644

Queen of Spain (ND)

Mademoiselle

5

1

Duchess of Enghien

5

1

Duchess of Longueville*

5

1

1647

Prince of Condé (ND)

Prince of Condé

5

1

Prince of Conti

5

1

16613

Duke of Orléans (ND)

Prince of Condé

5

1

Duke of Enghien

5

1

1664

Duchess of Savoy (ND)

Mademoiselle d’Alençon

5

1

Princess of Condé

5

1

Duchess of Enghien

5

1

1665

King of Spain (ND)

Duke of Orléans

7

2

1666

Queen Mother (SD)

Duchess of Orléans

7

3

Mademoiselle d’Orléans

5

2

Mademoiselle d’Alençon

5

2

1666

Queen Mother (ND)

(same as SD)

1669

Queen of England (SD)4

Duchess of Orléans

7

3

Mademoiselle

5

2

Duchess of Guise*

5

2

1669

Queen of England (ND)

(same as SD)

1670

Duchess of Orléans (SD)

Princess of Condé

5

2

Duchess of Longueville*

5

2

Princess of Carignan*

5

2

1672

Dowager Duchess of Orléans (SD)

Mademoiselle

5

2

Mademoiselle d’Orléans

5

2

Duchess of Guise*

5

2

1683

Queen (SD)

Duchess of Orléans

7

3

Mademoiselle

5

2

Mademoiselle d’Orléans

5

2

1683

Queen (ND)

(same as SD)

1687

Prince of Condé (ND)

Prince of Condé

5

2

Duke of Bourbon

5

2

Prince of Conti

5

2

1689

Queen of Spain (ND)

Mademoiselle

6

2

Grand-duchess of Tuscany*

6

2

Duchess of Guise*

6

2

1690

Dauphine (SD)

Duchess of Orléans

7

3

Mademoiselle

6

2

Grand-duchess of Tuscany*

6

2

1690

Dauphine (ND)

Princess of Condé

5/6?

2

Dowager Princess of Conti

5/6?

2

Princess of Conti

5/6?

2

1693

Grande Mademoiselle (SD)

Duchess of Chartres

5

2

Mademoiselle

5

2

Duchess of Guise*

5

2

1701

Duke of Orléans (SD)

Duke of Burgundy

7

2

Duke of Berry

7

2

Duke of Orléans

5

2

1709

Prince of Condé (ND)

Prince of Condé

[5]

2

Duke of Enghien

[5]

2

Prince of Conti

[5]

2

Duke of Maine‡

[5]

2

1711

Grand Dauphin (SD)

Dauphin (duke of Burgundy)†

8

3

Duke of Berry

7

2

Duke of Orléans

5

2

1711

Grand Dauphin (ND)

(same as SD)

1712

Dauphin (SD)

Duke of Berry

7

3

Duke of Orléans

5

2

Count of Charolais

5

2

1712

Dauphine (SD)

Duchess of Berry

7

3

Princess of Condé

5

2

Mademoiselle de Bourbon

5

2

1712

Dauphin (ND)

(same as SD, train-length unstated)

1712

Dauphine (ND)

Duchess of Berry

[7]

3

Mademoiselle de Bourbon

[5]

2

Mademoiselle de Charolais

[5]

2

1714

Duke of Berry (SD)

Prince of Condé

[5]

2

Prince of Conti

[5]

2

Prince of Dombes‡

[5]

2

1714

Queen of Spain (ND)

Princess of Conti

5

2

Mademoiselle de Charolais

5

2

Mademoiselle de Clermont

5

2

1715

Louis XIV (SD)

Duke of Orléans

5

0/1

Prince of Condé

5

0/1

Count of Charolais

5

0/1

1715

Louis XIV (ND)

(same as SD)

(p.186) (p.187)

Notes:

(1) Adult members of the Royal Family normally received a solemn funeral service for their burial in Saint-Denis. In Notre Dame, a memorial service was celebrated for kings, queens, dauphins, dauphines, First Princes of the Blood, and members of foreign houses allied to the Bourbons (notably female members of the Royal Family who married foreign sovereigns). ‘SD’ = Saint-Denis; ‘ND’ = Notre Dame. Among the representatives of deep mourning, Children of France are marked in bold, Grandchildren of France in italics, Princes and Princesses of the Blood in regular type. In a few other, exceptional cases, ‘†’ marks senior members (queen or dauphin) and ‘‡’ Legitimated Princes. ‘*’ indicates married women who represented according to their (higher) birth rank. Finally, square brackets indicate assumed but unstated figures. See Chapter Three, esp. pp. 86–96, for details and references.

(2) These three bearers were Bourbon princesses themselves. Strictly speaking, only Anne of Austria represented the mourning on this unusual occasion, but the duchess of Orléans and the three bearers enjoyed long-trained mantles and bearers of their own.

(3) Gaston's service took place a year after his death and burial.

(4) Henriette-Marie, daughter of Henri IV and wife of Charles I of England, spent her last years in her native country and was buried in Saint-Denis.