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Entry into Ghent of William, Prince of Orange, Count of Nassau. (Ghent: 1577)
Described in
Beschryuinghe van het ghene dat vertoocht wierdt ter inco[m]ste van d'Excellentie des Prince[n] van Oraengien binnen der Stede van Ghendt den xxix. Decembris 1577. (Ghent, 1578)
  Page 001  
  Coat_of_Arms
Title_page
  Page 002  
  Preface To the reader.
  Page 009  
  Music
Entry
Song On the entry of William, Prince of Orange, into Ghent.
  Page 010  
  Pyramid Displaying flags, weapons and the crest of the Netherlands.
Gift
  Page 011  
  Music A song sung in his honour.
Dumb_show Allegorical figures hand the power of the city to the Prince of Orange.
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  Song
  Page 014  
  Poem Sonnets in praise of the Prince of Orange.
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  Song On the departure of the Prince of Orange from Ghent.
Festival details

Festival:
Entry into Ghent of William, Prince of Orange, Count of Nassau.

Date:
1577

City:
Ghent

Participants:
William (Willem) I ('the Silent') (1533-1584), Prince of Orange, Count of Nassau
Book details

Title:
Beschryuinghe van het ghene dat vertoocht wierdt ter inco[m]ste van d'Excellentie des Prince[n] van Oraengien binnen der Stede van Ghendt den xxix. Decembris 1577.

Names:
Heere, Lucas de (Author)
Clerck, Pieter de, widow of (Printer)

Published:
Ghent, 1578

Shelfmark:
106.c.12

Format:
[16] pp. 4ยบ

References:
Watanabe No. 2724
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