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Coronation of Charles V as Holy Roman Emperor at Bologna. (Bologna: 1530)
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Hienach volgt Kaiserlich Maiestat Krönung, Geschehen inn Bononia. auff den vier vnd zwaintzigstenn tag Februarij. An Sanct Mathis tag. (Augsburg, 1530)
  Page 001  
  Title_vignette Coronation of Charles V.
Title_page
  Page 002  
  Bridge Built from the palace to the church of St Petronius, decorated with trees and an altar.
Procession The Pope is carried into the church.
Spectacle Red and white wine flow from two lions and an eagle in the middle of the square.
  Page 003  
  Procession Of Charles and his company through Bologna to the cathedral. According to this account, the bridge built for the coronation crashed to the ground after the procession had passed.
  Page 004  
  Coronation Charles puts on a gold cloak before kneeling at the altar, where he is crowned.
  Page 006  
  Procession After the coronation mass, Charles, the Pope and their companies go through the streets of Bologna to the Pope's palace.
  Page 007  
  Banquet At the Pope's palace.
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Festival details

Festival:
Coronation of Charles V as Holy Roman Emperor at Bologna.

Date:
1530

City:
Bologna

Participants:
Charles V (1500-1558), King of Spain (Carlos I), Holy Roman Emperor
Clement VII (Giulio de' Medici) (1478-1534), Pope

Dynasty:
Habsburg
Book details

Title:
Hienach volgt Kaiserlich Maiestat Krönung, Geschehen inn Bononia. auff den vier vnd zwaintzigstenn tag Februarij. An Sanct Mathis tag.

Names:
Ulhart, Philip (Printer)

Published:
Augsburg, 1530

Shelfmark:
1315.c.28

Format:
[8] pp. 4º

References:
Watanabe No. 703

Notes:
Some sentences crossed out in ink; ms. date in ink at foot of A4r.
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