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1622 entry into Aix-en-Provence of Louis XIII. (Aix-en-Provence: 1622)
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Discours sur les arcs triumphaux dressés en la ville d'Aix à l'heureuse arriué e de tres-chrestien ... monarque Louys XIII. roy de France [et] de Nauarre. (Aix, 1624)
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  Engraved_tp By Desmarest and Tholosan.
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  Title_page
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  Dedication Dedication to Louis XIII from the consuls of Aix.
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  Dedication To Louis XIII from Jean de Galaup de Chasteuil.
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  Section "Premier arc."
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  The first triumphal arch.
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  Triumphal_Arch The first triumphal arch, on the chemin de la porte des Augustins. Victory
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  Section "Second arc."
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  Triumphal_Arch The second triumphal arc The city of Aix.
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  Section "Troisiesme arc."
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  Theatre On the rue des Augustins, the theatre was constructed out of stone, palm and laurel and was built for the performance of a troubador.
Theatrical_Performance By a troubador.
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  The theatre on the rue des Augustins.
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  The third triumphal arch.
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  Triumphal_Arch The counts and kings of Provence.
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  Section "Quatriesme arc."
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  The fourth triumphal arch.
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  Triumphal_Arch The fourth triumphal arch. Amphion
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  Section "Cinquiesme arc."
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  The fifth triumphal arch.
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  Triumphal_Arch The fifth triumphal arch. The five "amours".
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  Section "Sixiesme arc"
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  The sixth triumphal arch.
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  Triumphal_Arch The sixth triumphal arch. Alexander the Great.
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  Section "Septiesme arc."
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  The seventh triumphal arch.
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  Triumphal_Arch This arch was constructed of two laurel trees. The city of Aix.
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  Oration Four speeches given on behalf of the consuls of Aix, the university, the "siege general du senechal" and the "presidents et tresoriers generaux de France".
Section "Harangue des sieurs consuls et assesseur de la ville d'Aix ... ."
Speech The texts of all four speeches are given.
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  Map Of the city of Aix.
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  Emblem Seven engraved emblems.
Section This section of the book consisting of seven "tableaux emblematiques" is misbound, with the first leaf of emblems (Q1) bound after sig. R.
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  Poem Poems in praise of Jean de Galaup de Chasteuil by Esp. Garnier, Gaffarel, Joannes Cabassutus and Jean Decombe.
Festival details

Festival:
1622 entry into Aix-en-Provence of Louis XIII.

Date:
1622

City:
Aix-en-Provence

Participants:
Louis XIII (1601-1643), King of France

Dynasty:
Bourbon
Book details

Title:
Discours sur les arcs triumphaux dressés en la ville d'Aix à l'heureuse arriué e de tres-chrestien ... monarque Louys XIII. roy de France [et] de Nauarre.

Names:
Galaup de Chasteuil, Jean de (d. 1646) (Author)
Desmarest, Jean (Engraver)
Tholosan, Jean (Engraver)
Tholosan, Jean (Printer)

Published:
Aix, 1624

Shelfmark:
576.m.1.(4)

Format:
[8], 56, [16] pp., [8] leaves of engravings Folio 8 engraved plates by Desmarest and Tholosan; engraved emblems.

References:
Watanabe No. 1768

Notes:
Bound with four other works.

Provenance:
"Pour Monsieur Rouchard".
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