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Entry of Louis XII into Genoa (Genoa: April 29th, 1507)
Described in
Das inneme[n] und inryte[n] und entpfahe[n] des kunigs von Franckrych in Genua und von des selben Statt Genua altherkommen. (Strassburg, 1507)
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  Illustration Two woodcuts of scenes from the French defeat of the Genoese uprising.
Title_page
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  Procession The King arrives at the Augustine monastery outside Genoa.
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  List The order of the procession.
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  Entry Into Genoa itself, where the streets are decorated with gold, velvet and silk.
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  Ship Armed ships enter the port of Genoa.
Music Played by trumpets and timpani to greet the arrival of the French ships.
Festival details

Festival:
Entry of Louis XII into Genoa

Date:
April 29th, 1507

City:
Genoa

Participants:
Louis XII (1462-1515), King of France

Dynasty:
Valois

Notes:
Louis XII made his triumphal entry into Genoa after French forces had put down a popular rebellion.
Book details

Title:
Das inneme[n] und inryte[n] und entpfahe[n] des kunigs von Franckrych in Genua und von des selben Statt Genua altherkommen.

Names:
Hüpffuf, Matthias (Printer)

Published:
Strassburg, 1507

Shelfmark:
9930.ccc.48

Format:
[12] pp. 4º

References:
Watanabe No. 436

Notes:
Printer from British Library German Short-Title Catalogue. The British Library has a copy of what might be the first edition of this book. Both copies seem to be rare.
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