Emblems of Versailles Notebook
On the occasion of the Carrousel Festival in 1662, Louis XIV chose the sun for his emblem.
The sun was Apollo, god of Peace and the Arts; it was also the heavenly body giving life to all things, the embodiment of regularity, which rises and sets each day. Like the Sun God, Louis XIV, the warrior hero, brought peace to his people; he protected the arts and dispensed all the graces. Through the regularity of his work, his public levers and couchers (morning rising and evening retiring ceremonies), he insisted on the resemblance, carved in stone: the decor of Versailles was filled with the depictions and attributes of the god (laurels, lyre, tripod) on all the royal portraits and emblems.
Notebook 14,5 x 21 cm closed format - 64 ruled pages - Cover: Satin paper 250 gr; Interior: Natural Centaure paper 90 gr
Printed in France in compliance with environmental standards
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- Musée des châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon
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