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Festival
Funeral of Francis I (Paris: 1547)
Described in
Le trespas, obseques, [et] enterrement de treshault, trespuissant [et] tresmagnanime Francois … premier de ce nom. ([Paris], [1547])
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  Printers_device
Title_page
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  Section “Le trespas, obseques [et] enterrement du roy Francois premier de ce nom.”
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  Procession To Notre Dame des Champs.
List Order of the mourners.
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  Mass
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  Procession Another funeral procession, bearing the body of the king and effigies of his sons from Notre Dame des Champs to Notre Dame de Paris.
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  List Order of the procession.
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  Procession To St Denis to bury the king.
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  Burial of the king.
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  Sermon Section “Le premier sermon funebre faict [et] prono[n]cé es obseques du feu roy trechrestie[n] Francois". Sermon given in Notre Dame by Pierre Duchatel, Bishop of Orleans.
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  Sermon Section “Le second sermon funebre faict [et] prononcé es obseques [et] enterrement du feu roy trechrestien, Francois". The sermon given at St Denis.
Festival details

Festival:
Funeral of Francis I

Date:
1547

City:
Paris

Participants:
Francis I (1494-1547), King of France

Dynasty:
Valois

Notes:
The funeral of Francis I was in fact a triple ceremony commemorating the death not only of the King but of his two sons, the Dauphin and Charles, Duke of Orleans, whose bodies had remained since their deaths at Tournon and Beauvais respectively.
Book details

Title:
Le trespas, obseques, [et] enterrement de treshault, trespuissant [et] tresmagnanime Francois … premier de ce nom.

Names:
Estienne, Robert (1503?-1559) (Printer)

Published:
[Paris], [1547]

Shelfmark:
811.c.32

Format:
136 pp. 8º

References:
Watanabe No. 1593

Notes:
The description of the funeral includes the text of a sermon given by Pierre Duchatel, successively Bishop of Tulle, of Macon and of Orleans.
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