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Coronation of Charles V Holy Roman Emperor at Bologna. (Bologna: 1530)
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Keyserlicher Maiestat beyde Krönung deren die Erste am xxii. mit eyner Eysznen Die ander am xxiiij. Februarij mit einer gulden kron zu Bononia. Im M.D.XXX Jar geschehen sein. ([s.l.], [1530])
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  Title_page
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  Coronation Description of the first coronation, which took place on February 22nd in the chapel of the papal palace.
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  Procession From the chapel, with Charles carrying the apple, sword and sceptre.
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  Bridge The bridge was built for the coronation of Charles V; it joined the papal palace and the church of St Petronius, and contained three chapels. However, accounts describe the collapse of the bridge after Charles and his company had passed.
Coronation Description of the second coronation, which took place on February 24th in the church of St Petronius.
Section Die ander Kronung.
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  Banquet With red and white wine and grilled meats.
Procession To the first of the bridge's three chapels, where Charles is anointed.
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  Procession To the second and third chapels before entering the church of St Petronius. Like other accounts, this describes the collapse of the bridge after the procession has passed.
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  Gift Gold and silver are thrown to the people of Bologna.
Festival details

Festival:
Coronation of Charles V Holy Roman Emperor at Bologna.

Date:
1530

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:
Keyserlicher Maiestat beyde Krönung deren die Erste am xxii. mit eyner Eysznen Die ander am xxiiij. Februarij mit einer gulden kron zu Bononia. Im M.D.XXX Jar geschehen sein.

Published:
[s.l.], [1530]

Shelfmark:
8072.aa.18

Format:
[8] pp. 4º

References:
Watanabe No. 700
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