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Entry of Charles V into Nuremberg. (Nuremberg: 16th February, 1541)
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Vonn Romischer Kayerslicher Mayestat Caroli V. Ehrlich einreitten in des Heyligen Reichs Stat Nurmberg den xvi. Februarii. Anno M.D.XXXXI. (Wurzburg, 1541)
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  Title_vignette Woocut illustration of Charles V in armour on horseback.
Title_page
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  Journey Of Charles V to Regensburg for the meeting of a Reichstag.
Entry Of Charles V into Nuremberg, where he is met outside the city by members of the council.
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  Triumphal_Arch
List The order of the procession.
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  Triumphal_Arch Three arches with Latin inscriptions.
Inscription The inscriptions on the arches, translated into German verse.
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  Triumphal_Arch
Music Trumpets played from the triumphal arches as Charles passes underneath.
Spectacle A spread eagle perched on the arch turns towards Nuremberg castle as Charles passes underneath.
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  Gift The city of Nuremberg presents Charles with drinking vessels filled with gold.
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  Visit Of Charles to the Arsenal.
Fireworks
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  Town_Hall
Ceremony In front of the town hall, the citizens of Nuremberg swear their allegiance to Charles V.
Colophon
Festival details

Festival:
Entry of Charles V into Nuremberg.

Date:
16th February, 1541

City:
Nuremberg

Participants:
Charles V (1500-1558), King of Spain (Carlos I), Holy Roman Emperor

Dynasty:
Habsburg
Book details

Title:
Vonn Romischer Kayerslicher Mayestat Caroli V. Ehrlich einreitten in des Heyligen Reichs Stat Nurmberg den xvi. Februarii. Anno M.D.XXXXI.

Names:
Muller, Balthassar (Printer)

Published:
Wurzburg, 1541

Shelfmark:
9930.d.34

Format:
[12] pp. 4ยบ

References:
Watanabe No. 8

Binding:
Printer's waste.
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