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Entry of Henri III into Treviso and Venice. (Treviso, Venice: July, 1574)
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Le feste, et trionfi fatti dalla sereniss[ima] signoria di Venetia nella felice uenuta di Henrico III. (Venice, 1574)
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  Printers_device
Title_page
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  Dedication To Antonio Villabruna
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  Entry Into Treviso
Reception Of the King at Ponteba by Hieronimo Mocenigo.
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  Procession_by_water To Murano
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  Triumphal_Arch Designed by Palladio. Scenes of the King's entry into Poland, his coronations in Poland and France and his defeat of the Huguenots.
Loggia Designed by Palladio with paintings by Tintoretto and Veronese. Four winged Victories bearing crowns; the Virtues.
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  Entry Into Venice.
Music
Procession_by_water To Venice
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  Music
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  Pageant Neptune in a grotto.
Banquet
Regatta
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  Fireworks In the shape of Mount Etna.
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  Showpiece_confectionery A collection at the Arsenal of several hundred sugar confections by Niccolo della Pigna in the shape of gods and animals, some life sized.
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  Banquet
Dance
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  Tournament Between the Castellani and the Nicolotti, which ended in several deaths by drowning.
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Festival details

Festival:
Entry of Henri III into Treviso and Venice.

Date:
July, 1574

City:
Treviso, Venice

Participants:
Henri III (1551-1589), King of France

Dynasty:
Valois

Performers/artisans:
Contarini, Nicol├▓, Doge of Venice (1553-1631) (Organiser)
Palladio, Andrea (1508-1580) (Architect)
Tintoretto ( Jacopo Robusti) (1518-1594) (Artist)
Veronese (Paolo Caliari) (1528-1588) (Artist)
Della Pigna, Niccolo (Sugar confectioner)
Book details

Title:
Le feste, et trionfi fatti dalla sereniss[ima] signoria di Venetia nella felice uenuta di Henrico III.

Names:
Benedetti, Rocco (Author)
Ziletti, Giordano (Printer)

Published:
Venice, 1574

Shelfmark:
811.e.61

Dedicated to:
Villabruna, Antonio

Format:
10 leaves 4┬║

References:
Watanabe No. 1418
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