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1540 entry of Charles V into Paris. (Paris: 1540)
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El gra[n]de y muy sumptuoso recibimiento que hizieron en la gran cibdad de Paris: al inuictissimo Emperador y rey nuestro señor. ([n. p.], [n. d.])
  Page 001  
  Coat_of_Arms Imperial Arms.
Title_page
  Page 002  
  Procession To meet Charles outside Paris.
  Page 004  
  List Of noble participants: the Dauphin, Duke d'Orleans, Messieurs de Vandomme, de Guise and Duke of Lorraine etc.
  Page 005  
  Gate Entry took place through the Gate of San Antonio in the shadow of the Bastille.
Triumphal_Arch Two on which were displayed only the arms of Charles.
Artillery Salvo of the guns.
  Page 006  
  Castle Part of the pageant with the figure of peace.
Garden Part of the castle.
Triumphal_Arch Two more at the gate of Our Lady.
Church Cathedral of Notre Dame, where Charles is met by the papal legate.
Pageant A boy dressed as a girl supplicates Charles for peace as the figure of Peace.
Music Trumpets and minstrels.
Banquet In the King of France's palace. Seating arrangements described in great details.
  Page 007  
  Tournament Joust etc. performed for them. Charles stayed with Francis from the 1st January until the 6th.
Festival details

Festival:
1540 entry of Charles V into Paris.

Date:
1540

City:
Paris

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

Dynasty:
Habsburg

Notes:
The text goes into great detail about what the various participants were wearing - a peculiarly Spanish obsession?
Book details

Title:
El gra[n]de y muy sumptuoso recibimiento que hizieron en la gran cibdad de Paris: al inuictissimo Emperador y rey nuestro señor.

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

Shelfmark:
C.62.c.10

Format:
[8] pp. 4º
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