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1539 progress of Charles V through France. (Poitiers: 1539)
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La solenne et triomphante entrata dela cesarea maesta, nella Franza, con li superbi apparati, [e] archi triomphali, con tutte le historie pitture, [e] motti latini, che in essi erano, con l'ordine de tutte le feste, che sono fatte per tutte le terre de la Franza. ([n.p.], [1539])
  Page 001  
  Coat_of_Arms Charles V's imperial arms and motto, non plus ultra.
Title_page
  Page 002  
  Entry Into Poitiers.
Procession Of governors and citizens, bands of soldiers, merchants and artisans of Poitiers to meet Charles V.
Section Heading: "A qual si voglia lettore".
List Of those who accompanied Charles through France: Bayonne, Bourdeaux, and Lusignan. They included the Dauphin, Duke d'Orleans, Condestable de France, etc.
  Page 003  
  Procession Continued from facing page: writers, scholars, and ecclesiastics.
  Page 004  
  Theatre Not very specific about what these are.
Medallion Two medallions at the Gate of Tranchea. Hercules. Agatyirsus.
Speech Made to the Emperor before the Chapel of Saint James.
Inscription In Latin relating to the medallions.
  Page 005  
  Triumphal_Arch Triumphal theatre in the form of an arch in the Piazza del mercato vecchio. Arms of the University, Charles and Francis I. Figures of Maiestas honoris and Honor Maiestatis, Unitas
  Page 006  
  Triumphal_Arch With Latin inscriptions.
  Page 007  
  Triumphal_Arch Amazons.
Theatre Allegorical figure of France from whose breasts spout rivulets of red and white wine. Below are two maids representing France and Germany, with insignia - the Salamander and the Phoenix. France. Salamander and Phoenix. Eagle.
Church Cathedral, next to which Charles dines.
  Page 008  
  Speech Given to Charles in French.
Festival details

Festival:
1539 progress of Charles V through France.

Date:
1539

City:
Poitiers

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

Dynasty:
Habsburg

Notes:
Author is French.
Book details

Title:
La solenne et triomphante entrata dela cesarea maesta, nella Franza, con li superbi apparati, [e] archi triomphali, con tutte le historie pitture, [e] motti latini, che in essi erano, con l'ordine de tutte le feste, che sono fatte per tutte le terre de la Franza.

Published:
[n.p.], [1539]

Shelfmark:
9930.cc.18

Format:
[8] pp. 4ยบ
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