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Entry of Charles V into Bologna in 1529 to be crowned Holy Roman Emperor. (Bologna: 1529)
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Nel anno 1529 ad, 5, de novembrio fece la intrada in Bologna el serenissimo et potentissimo imperator K[a]rlo, 5, con tutti li soi baroni con questa ordena[n]za ([Venice], [1530?])
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  Illustration Knights and trumpeters.
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  Illustration 1st order of 300 knights dressed in red.
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  Illustration Riders drawing artillery.
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  Illustration Artillery followed by men with spades and branches of laurel.
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  Illustration Arquebusiers and pikemen.
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  Illustration Nobleman born in a litter.
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  Illustration Standard bearers and musicians.
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  Illustration Imperial arms.
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  Illustration Lorenzo Colonna with knights on horseback.
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  Illustration More horsemen.
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  Illustration Halberdiers and heralds.
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  Illustration Gran mareschal bearing the sword.
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  Illustration Charles V under the canopy of state.
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  Illustration Count of Nassau with 100 men.
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  Illustration Drummer, arquebusiers.
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  Illustration Standard bearers and more arquebusiers.
Festival details

Festival:
Entry of Charles V into Bologna in 1529 to be crowned Holy Roman Emperor.

Date:
1529

City:
Bologna

Participants:
Charles V (1500-1558), King of Spain (Carlos I), Holy Roman Emperor
Clement VII (Giulio de' Medici) (1478-1534), Pope

Dynasty:
Habsburg
Book details

Title:
Nel anno 1529 ad, 5, de novembrio fece la intrada in Bologna el serenissimo et potentissimo imperator K[a]rlo, 5, con tutti li soi baroni con questa ordena[n]za

Alternative title:
La cavalcata dell'Imperator Carlo V nel suo ingresso in Bologna

Published:
[Venice], [1530?]

Shelfmark:
134.g.10.(171-186).

Format:
[16] pp. Folio 16 woodcuts

Notes:
Imprint information supplied from the catalogue.

Provenance:
Bound in a set of two volumes entitled 'Popish Ceremonies'.
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