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Celebration of the Peace of Crepy-en-Laonnois (concluded between Charles V and Francis I), with the Queen of France's entry into Brussels. (Brussels: 1544)
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Li gran trionphi et fbste fatte alla corte de la Cesarea Maesta per la pace fatta tra sua Maesta [et] il Re Christianissimo. La solenne intrata in Burcelles de la Regina di Francia. Le giostre, [et] torniamenti fatti in carezzar detta regina, con le superbe liuree, e richi pregi donati ai vincitori di detti torniamenti. ([n. p.], [n. d.])
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  Entry Of the Queen of France.
Joust In the main square in honour of the queen. Two sons of Ferdinand I took part, as well as Monsieur d'Agamonte and Duke of Orleans.
Banquet With figures dressed as Amazons and Turks.
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  Foot_tournament In the Emperor's palace.
Hunt In the countryside.
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  Combat Mock battle staged with some dressed as Turks.
Banquet
Festival details

Festival:
Celebration of the Peace of Crepy-en-Laonnois (concluded between Charles V and Francis I), with the Queen of France's entry into Brussels.

Date:
1544

City:
Brussels

Participants:
Charles V (1500-1558), King of Spain (Carlos I), Holy Roman Emperor
Francis I (1494-1547), King of France
Eleonore (Eleonora) (1498-1558), Archduchess of Austria, m. i) Edmund I, King of Portugal and ii)Francis I, King of France

Dynasty:
Habsburg, Valois
Book details

Title:
Li gran trionphi et fbste fatte alla corte de la Cesarea Maesta per la pace fatta tra sua Maesta [et] il Re Christianissimo. La solenne intrata in Burcelles de la Regina di Francia. Le giostre, [et] torniamenti fatti in carezzar detta regina, con le superbe liuree, e richi pregi donati ai vincitori di detti torniamenti.

Names:
A., V. M. V. (Author)

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

Shelfmark:
1318.c.7.(7).

Format:
[4] pp. 4ยบ

References:
Watanabe No. 2702

Notes:
The author's patron is the Duke of Camerino. The book has been cropped and lost half a line at the bottom of each page.
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