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Coronation of Charles V as Holy Roman Emperor at Bologna. (Bologna: 1529)
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Gratae et laboribus aequae posteritati Caesareas sanctique patris longo ordine et urmas aspice et artifice mter venerare manum tradere quae potuit rigido mansura metallo nomina magnorum tot generosa virum pictor Hogenbergus quod per tua (The Hague, [1532?])
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  Illustration Magistrates of Bologna.
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  Illustration Banners of the Colleges of Bologna.
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  Illustration Twelve Doctors of Canon Law. Governor of Bologna.
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  Illustration Banner of the City of Bologna. Red banners of the Pope's household.
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  Illustration Pope's Chamberlain, the Duke of Penna. Attendants. Banners of the Roman People and St George.
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  Illustration The Imperial Eagle, Banners of the Cross of the Church and Pope.
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  Illustration Six horses led by six grooms.
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  Illustration Four hats of the Pope. Papal chamberlains.
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  Illustration Advocates and Auditors of the Rota.
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  Illustration Trumpeters.
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  Illustration Macers, Vergers, Hostiaries, Porters.
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  Illustration Heralds.
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  Illustration Ambassadors of various states. The Pope's pastoral staff.
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  Illustration The Pope's Tiara. two golden candlesticks. Wax torches.
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  Illustration Holy Eucharist. Patricians of Bologna and Doctors of Medicine.
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  Illustration Papal sacristan. Various Princes, Counts, Marquesses, Dukes.
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  Illustration Great nobles of various countries.
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  Illustration Imperial chamberlains.
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  Illustration High chamberlain, Adrian, Count Asford.
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  Illustration Burgundian Herald throwing coronation medals to the people.
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  Illustration College of Cardinals. Bonifacio Paleologus.
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  Illustration Marquess of Monferrato, with Imperial Sceptre. Francisco Maria, Duke of Urbino, with Imperial sword.
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  Illustration Philip, Count Palatine and Duke of Bavaria, with the Orb. Charles, Duke of Savoy, with Imperial Crown.
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  Illustration Guards with partizans.
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  Illustration Pope Clement VII and Emperor Charles V.
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  Illustration Henry, Count of Nassau. Archbishop of Bari and Bishops of Coria and Brixen.
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  Illustration Nicolas Perrenot, Michael Maio, Doctors of Canon Law.
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  Illustration Counsellors and Prelates. Drummers.
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  Illustration Squadrons of Men-at-Arms.
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  Illustration Men-at-Arms led by Marquess of Puta, Count of Ascoli, and the Barons of Rhodio, Vienen, St Saturnino, etc.
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  Illustration German and Spanish footguards.
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  Illustration Antonio de Leyva, Commander-in-Chief.
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  Illustration Artillery.
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  Illustration Eagle between two lions from whose mouths spout red and white wine.
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  Illustration Ox stuffed with various animals spit-roasted.
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  Illustration Bread distributed to the people.
Festival details

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

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:
Gratae et laboribus aequae posteritati Caesareas sanctique patris longo ordine et urmas aspice et artifice mter venerare manum tradere quae potuit rigido mansura metallo nomina magnorum tot generosa virum pictor Hogenbergus quod per tua

Names:
Hogenberg, Nikolas [Hogenberg, Nicolaus] (Artist)
Bruining, Engelbert [Bruning, Engelbert] (Publisher)
Hondius, Henricus (Printer / Engraver)
Secundus, Joannes (Secondary Author)

Published:
The Hague, [1532?]

Shelfmark:
603.l.16

Format:
[38] pp. 38 engravings on a roll 17.6" wide. Folio. Engravings

References:
For further information on the bibliographical complications associated with this text, see Sir William Stirling Maxwell's facsimile edition 'The Procession of Pope Clement VII and the Emperor Charles V After the Coronation at Bologna' (Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas, 1875), pp. 26 ff. Watanabe No. 696

Notes:
Missing title page, the first engraving and colophon. An edition with armorial shields of Charles V's ancestors in French within rich borders above the figures. Plates have been cut up.
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