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Le roi Très Chrétien et le Grand Turc : la "mala openione" de François Ier dans la correspondance de Pierre Arétin

Abstract : The outrageous alliance between the Most Christian King and the Great Turk that started as early as 1525 during the captivity of Francis I in Spain and caused a black legend around the French king. The imperial propaganda strove to condemn the insult perpetrated by Francis I towards the Respublica Christiana and fed his bad reputation. French propaganda on the other hand justified the political choice of the monarch pretending he had to defend the kingdom surrounded by the Imperial forces. After a summary of the most salient moments of the alliance between the French King and the sultan, the article aims at looking at the reactions of Italian scholars since the peninsula remained a prominent territorial stake of the conflict between Francis I and Emperor Charles V. The article deals with the different letters written by Pietro Aretino to the French King where he blamed the monarch and warned him against the mala openione caused by the alliance with the Turk
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Valeria Allaire. Le roi Très Chrétien et le Grand Turc : la "mala openione" de François Ier dans la correspondance de Pierre Arétin. Histoire culturelle de l'Europe, ERLIS, MRSH-Université de Caen Normandie, 2016, Légendes noires et identités nationales en Europe, [16 p.]. ⟨hal-02367722⟩

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