MAJESTY AWARD – A SPECIAL SOCIAL STATUS OF THE LAUREATE
The publication is a social project of Europe Business Assembly (Oxford, UK). It does not only provide information about the unique prizes of European royal courts, aristocratic clubs, knightly orders and individual religious denominations, but also presents pictorial, sculptural and photographic works from well-known treasuries of world culture.
The authors aim to acquaint the reader with the story behind and the creation of awards, their influence on the fate of the prizemen themselves, and the development of founding states and the world community.
The work also covers modern public decorations and prizes: Nobel, Grammy, Oscar, Booker prize, Fields Medal, Turing Award, Pritzker Prize.
THE STRUCTURE OF THE BOOK
Exclusive Edition ‘World Awards in Masterpieces of Timeless Art’ (Annex to "Socrates almanac" (Oxford, UK, ISSN 2053-4736))
Her Majesty Award
The Art Of Creating Awards
Top 10 Mints
2. State awards of monarch states and monarch houses
Awards of great britain: history and modernity
3. Awards of knight orders
4. Awards of religious denominations
5. Awards of aristocratic clubs
6. Contemporary common honorable distinctions and prizes
7. Alphabetic index
Hardcover: 540 pages.
Publisher: Europe Business Assembly
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Annex to "Socrates almanac" (Oxford, UK, ISSN 2053-4736)
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Abstract the publication of almanac: ‘World Awards in Masterpieces of Timeless Art’.
Awards (orders, medals, insignia, prizes, valuable gifts, as well as honorary titles) are a public recognition of person’s merits to the state, society, and religious community. Today, many awards are out of use, but some have kept their relevancy up to the present day and continue to be used alongside the new ones, which are established in accordance with changing political, economic and social foundations of separate countries, as well as the whole world. As a rule, they are presented on behalf of monarchs, heads of state, knightly orders, public organizations, and church denominations. This exclusive publication is a social project of Europe Business Assembly (Oxford, UK). It does not only explain about current unique prizes of European royal courts, aristocratic clubs, knightly orders, and separate religions, but also presents pictorial, sculptural and photographic works from the most famous treasuries of world culture. The authors aim to acquaint the general reader with the history of origin and creation of awards, their influence upon not only the fate of prizemen themselves, but also the development of states-founders and the world community as a whole.