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The Insurgent Barricade$
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Mark Traugott

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780520266322

Published to California Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1525/california/9780520266322.001.0001

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The Barricades of the Fronde

The Barricades of the Fronde

(p.52) 3 The Barricades of the Fronde
The Insurgent Barricade

Mark Traugott

University of California Press

This chapter explores the early barricades through the great Parisian insurrection of 1648 that clearly established their recurrent character. It explains that the “Second Day of the Barricades” climaxed the period of intense civil conflict known as the Fronde parlementaire, but it also proved to be a turning point in the history of French contention, for as the central state's control over French territory began to be consolidated during the long reign of Louis XIV, the barricade went into eclipse.

Keywords:   great Parisian insurrection, Second Day of the Barricades, civil conflict, Fronde parlementaire, French contention, central state, French territory, Louis XIV

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