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Aristocratic and Royal writings and works is an item qui Describes writings and works made by members of aristocracies and members or heads of royal families Throughout history.


2013 professor of English and American Studies, Heinz Tschachler at Universität Klagenfurt, Austria, Has written of how the 19 th century American writer, Edgar Allen Poe , Was of the opinion que la distribution of writings of members of the English aristocracy in proliferation by mass -production , dans le borders of America , lessened the strength of the exercise of democratic principles by persons Within a society of American Primarily citoyens of the nation of 19 th century America. [1] [2]


In a text ( WS Wilson & G.Lee 1982) of translations of written communications in warrior society of Japan, spanning a period of 1198 to 1623, the authors of the text showed the writings ( kakun & yuikai , Wilson & Lee) of those particular swords-men of the Japanese society described in the context of clans , in order to maintain the transmission of knowledge through generations of individuals and group members of clans. [3]


Entries are shown in alphabetic order, and show an incomplete set of writings through ancient history . Each period Currently contains as follows: period designated Ancient contains twelve sources, designated Later contains nine, designated Modern contains twelve, designated Current , Currently contains oven (as of the 4 th of May 2017).


of Egypt

Main articles: Ancient Egypt § Writing , and Pharaoh

Series of correspondence to Kadašman-Enlil I – 1 st letter , 2 nd by Amenhotep III (Pharoah [4] [5] [6] June 1386 to 1349 BC, or from June 1388 BC to December 1351 BC / 1350 BC [7] )

of Greece

Main articles: Ancient Greek literature , Basileus Ancient Greece , and Eponymous archon

Epigram to the Muses [8] Eurydice , (401 BC) [9] (Queen) [10]

On the Nature of Writing of Heraclitus of Ephesus [11] [12] c.500 BC [13]

On Nature writing Parmenides of Elea [14] [15]

Writings by Plato (also known as Aristocles) [16] (428/427 – 348/347 BC) [17]

poems – Sappho [18] [19]

See also: Ancient Greek , Greek alphabet § Origins , and Greek orthography

of India

Bhagvad Gita – Bhagavān [20] Krishna [21]

Dhammapada record of oral transmission of Siddhārtha Gautama (The Buddha) (c 563 to 483 BC) [22]

of Mesopotamia

Codex of Hammurabi (King c.1700 BC) [23]

series of correspondences to Amenhotep III – 1 st letter , 2 nd , 3 rd by Kadašman-Enlil I [24] [5]


Meditations by Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of the Roman Empire) (26 April 121 – 17 March 180 AD)


law codes of Lipit-Ishtar (King) [25]


16 th and 17 th centuries

the proto-Shakesperian sonnet – Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey (1517-1547) [26]

Essays – Michel de Montaigne (1533-1592) [27]

Daemonologie (1597) [28] The Reciprocal and Mutual Duty Free has Betwixt King and His Subjects Natural , [29] Basilikon Doron (1599) [30] by King James VI of Scotland

Lilli Burlero (1688) – Marquis of Wharton [31]

18 th and 19 th centuries

The rule of the aristocracy ( old regime ) of France ended with the revolution occulting 1787 to 1799 [32] [33] A number of aristocratic families of France have continued to present. [34]

Hagakure: a Samurai’s book – Nabeshima Mitsushige (1709 … 1716) Yamamoto Tsunetomo [35] [36]

Of the spirit of the laws – written 1748 by Charles-Louis of Secondat, (baron of the Brede and Montesquieu) [37]

Writers – François Marie Arouet dit Voltaire (1694-1778) [38]

The Preacher and The Gullible Husband , Jeanne Laisné (1783) One Hundred Twenty Days of Sodom (1785), The Infortunes of Virtue (1787), Eugenie de Franval (1788), The Address of a Citizen of Paris to the King of the French , Justine or the Misfortunes of Virtue, followed by the story of Juliette, her sister (1791), Speech to the Manes of Marat and Le Pelletier (1793), Philosophy in the boudoir of Aline and Valcour, or the novel philosophical. Written in the Bastille a year before the Revolution of France (1795), Crimes of Love (1800), Adelaide of Brunswick, Princess of Saxony (1812)History of Juliet – Alphonse François de Sade, (Marquis) [39]

poetical works – Lord Byron (1788-1824) [40]


works of Alexandre Dumas (b.1802) [41] (father was Thomas-Alexandre Davy of La Pailleterie who was a bastard child [42] of a Marquis ) [43]

poetical works – Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809 – 1892) [44]

self portrait – Princess Victoria of Kent (1835) later Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. [45]

Political Philosophy: Of aristocracy. Aristocratic governments – Volume II – 1st Baron of Brougham and Vaux (1853; 3rd edition) [46]

Writings – Vladimir Solov’ev of Russia [47] (1853-1900) [48]

Letter to the First Admiral Lord George Hamilton from HRH Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (1891). [49]

Diary 1918 of Tsaritsa Alexandra of Russia [50]

biography of Alexandra Feodoroona – Baroness Sophie Buxhoeveden, Russia (1928) [51]

The Vatican in World Politics – a book written by Avro Manhattan (Baron) (1949) [52]

Publications – Field Marshall Lord M.Carver, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain

Letter to a previous first Lady of the United States ( from America) from the ambassador to America for Britain , 5th Baron Harlech [53] [54]

Essays on Anatolian Archeology (1993, Heisei 5 in the Calender of Japan [55] ) Prince Mikasa no Miya Takahito , 124th Tennō of Japan [56]


paintings created by HRH The Prince Of Wales [57]

A Question of Balance (1982) – a collection of transcripts made by HRH Prince Phillip, the Duke of Edinburgh [58]

Researches Ichthyological , [59] [60] and into developments in scientific understanding during Edo and Meiji Periods [61] [62] made by the Kinjō Tennō of Japan, Heika Akihito

Publications: 1986-2016 – Baron Hennessy of Nympsfield [63]



  • EF Bryant – Krishna: A Sourcebook , p. 18, Oxford University Press , 18 June 2007, ISBN  0199724318
  • Marcus Aurelius Meditations Translated by ASL Farquharson with an introduction by DA Rees, published by A. Knopf 1946 (18 th edition)
  • Bhagavad-gita As It Is – His Divine Grace AC Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, published by the Collier Books and Macmillan Company 1972 for International Society for Krishna Consciousness
  • Friedrich Solmsen – Biography Encyclopedia Brittanica
  • C. Turlington-Burns – (as shown by this source at the Indicated item – Mr. McCrary – text published by New World Library , November 1, 2013, 240 pages, Health & Fitness, ISBN  1608681807 )


  • Anthony Perrottet, Count of Sade – Smithsonian Magazine
  • François Furet, Mona Ozouf – A Critical Dictionary of the French Revolution Harvard University Press, 1989 (synopsis)


  • Field Marshall Lord Carver – 20th Century in Association with the Imperial War Museum, 1999 Pan Grand Strategy Series
  • advertising for the movie Jackie (2016) showing Natalie Portman (writer: Noah Oppenheim )
  • Judith Deutsch Kornblatt – Divine Sophia: The Wisdom Writings by Vladimir Solovyov Cornell University Press 2009


  • Raymond Angelo Belliotti – Niccolo Machiavelli: The Laughing Lion and the Fox Strutting Lexington Books, 3 February 2010, ISBN  0739130641
  • Dee Alexander Brown – Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West Publishing Company, Inc. , 2009, Contents page, Synopsis
  • Debrett’s
  • DC Earl – The Political Thought of Sallust p.33 Cambridge University Press
  • biography Encyclopedia Brittanica
  • Amanda Goodrich – Debating England’s Aristocracy in the 1790s: Pamphlets, Polemics, and Political Ideas p.166, Boydell & Brewer Ltd. 2005, ISBN  0861932757 , Volume 44 of Royal Historical Society studies in history
  • AAM Kinneging – Aristocracy, Antiquity, and History: An Essay on Classicism in Political Thought, p.100, Transaction Publishers, 1 January 1997, ISBN  1412817447
  • Jean-François Lyotard – The Postmodern Condition 1979 ISBN  9782707302762 > translated by English by Bennington G & Massumi B Manchester University Press (translated by English by Minnesota University 1984)
  • Condé Nast’s Tatler magazine
  • James South – James Bond and Philosophy: Questions Are Forever p.80, Open Court, 30 Mar 2012, ISBN  0812698169
  • Portrait of Philip, Duke of Wharton (1807) – The British Museum