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Exequies for the death of Philip III. (Milan: 1621)
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Racconto delle sontuose essequie fatte in Milano alli 7. di Guigno l'Anno 1621. (Milan, 1621)
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  Title_page
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  Imprimatur
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  Dedication
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  Section 'Racconto delle...'.
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  Letter From Philip IV to the governor of Milan, the Duke of Feria ordering the exequies.
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  Mass Sung by Cardinal Federico Borromeo.
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  Church The dressing of the Church for the ceremony
Catafalque With a palium of black damask.
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  Section 'Al diletto Clero, e popolo della Citta, e Diocese di Milano'. Proclamation by the Duke of Feria.
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  Ceremony Description of the order of the ceremony.
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  Catafalque Detailed description of the architecture built in the church. Catafalque
Statue Relief.
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  Apparatus Funeral litter.
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  Inscription Details begin on this page of the numerous Latin inscription around the Church.
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  Statue Of Fortune.
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  Statue Of the four parts of the World: Europe, Africa, America, Asia.
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  Statue Eight. Of Liberty, Art, Peace, Concord, Law etc.
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  Inscription Details of numerous other inscriptions decorating the Church.
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  Ceremony The ceremony itself. Order of the procession etc.
Festival details

Festival:
Exequies for the death of Philip III.

Date:
1621

City:
Milan

Participants:
Philip III (Felipe III) (1578-1621), King of Spain

Dynasty:
Habsburg

Performers/artisans:
Bellone, Paolo. (Orator)
Tesauro, Emanuele., Lettor di Rettorica of the University of Brera. (Author)
Rinaldi, Tolomeo, Engineer of the Royal Chamber of Milan. (Architect)
Book details

Title:
Racconto delle sontuose essequie fatte in Milano alli 7. di Guigno l'Anno 1621.

Names:
Malatesta, Pandolfo. (Printer)

Published:
Milan, 1621

Shelfmark:
9930.f.20

Dedicated to:
Aresi, Giulio., Presidente del Senato

Format:
[48 pp.] 4ยบ

References:
Watanabe No. 504
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