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      La ceremonia de jura en la Nueva España: proclamaciones fernandinas en 1747 y 1808 Translated title: The Oath ceremony in New Spain: proclamations to Ferdinand in 1747 and 1808

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          Las ciudades de La Nueva España proclamaron a cada monarca hispano que ascendía al trono en sus respectivas plazas mayores. Este ritual de origen castellano servía para manifestar de manera pública la lealtad al nuevo rey, ausente físicamente pero materializado en el virreinato simbólicamente a través del arte. Imágenes, sonidos y palabras se combinaron con habilidad en cada ocasión dando lugar a un eficaz espectáculo propagandístico. En 1747 tienen lugar las ceremonias de jura por Fernando VI, y en 1808 las de Fernando VII. Comparar ambas celebraciones resulta especialmente interesante, pues la primera coincide con el apogeo de la colonia, mientras que la segunda transcurre en la grave coyuntura política de 1808. Este análisis permite establecer conclusiones sobre la pervivencia mexicana de este modelo celebraticio y sobre la transformación de los sentimientos monárquicos entre los súbditos novohispanos.

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          All the Spanish Monarchs, which were ascended to the throne, were proclaimed in the Main Square of the New Spain's cities. This ritual, of Castilian origin, was made to demonstrate, in a public way, the loyalty to the new king, physically absent in the viceroyalty, but symbolically present thanks to the Art. Images, sounds and words were cleverly combined in each occasion making possible an effective propagandistic spectacle. In 1747 take place the oath by Fernando VI ceremonies, and in 1808 Ferndinand VII's. To compare both celebrations is quite interesting, because the first one coincides with the apogee of the colony, while seconds is celebrated in a serious political conjuncture of 1808. This analysis allows us to justify conclusions about the Mexican evolution of this celebration pattern and about the New Spain' subjects feelings about Monarchy.

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                Varia Historia
                Varia hist.
                Pós-Graduação em História, Faculdade de Filosofia e Ciências Humanas, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (Belo Horizonte, MG, Brazil )
                0104-8775
                1982-4343
                December 2007
                : 23
                : 38
                : 273-292
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                S0104-87752007000200003 S0104-8775(07)02303803
                10.1590/S0104-87752007000200003
                5dee443b-f3a8-44f0-b0c8-45772d97c609

                This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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                : 03 July 2007
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                ceremonia,Mexico,México,Monarchy,Ceremony,monarquía
                ceremonia, Mexico, México, Monarchy, Ceremony, monarquía

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