For new nobility
is but the act of power, but ancient nobility is the act of time.
a new nobility
is conferred in groves and pastures, and not in castles or by the sword-blade any longer.
Once political participation in the Great Council was restricted, membership in it defined a new nobility
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Most think of him as someone who spent his time with (often spurious) genealogies, making up coats of arms for the new nobility
Entails in France had a strange evolution due to the political needs of Napoleon and his desire to attract a new nobility
while undermining the old nobility, but were generally abolished by 1849.
Since his last performances in the fall of 1998, he has brought a new nobility
to the character of the Knight of the Holy Grail, singing with greater restraint and, in the Bridal Scene, increased tenderness and compassion.
In chapter 1, Hills offers a convincing portrait of how the seventeenth-century growth of Neapolitan convents was intertwined with political turf battles among the old and new nobility
, between secular and religious authorities, and even among the religious themselves.
Nietzsche's goal, teaching a new nobility
without noble lies, introduces philosophizing gods, as it rejects Platonist images of beings above humanity possessing perfect wisdom and declares the superiority of philosophers to all other beings, as they are deserving of rule over all other things, including religions.
The grant of a wardship or marriage to a loyal new man was not only bound to increase the king's power over his new nobility
through both their expected gratitude and the need for recipients to keep on the right side of the monarch due to the conditional and/or often less than permanent nature of such grants.
40) This example notwithstanding, most officiers' families who became a part of this new nobility
did so in a very gradual manner rather than by a formal judicial decision.
19) In order to resist the pressure, particularly of the new nobility
and the professional and merchant classes, which represented most of the ascendant social energy in the city (at Court), the noble Piazzas requested and obtained agreement from Philip II that no new members could be admitted to the Piazzas without royal license and the full agreement of all the nobles of the Seggio in question.