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Entry of Charles V into Rome. (Rome: 5th April, 1536)
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La triumphante entrata di Carlo V imperatore augusto innelalma citta de Roma con el significato delli archi triomphali [et] delle figure antiche in prosa [et] versi Latini. ([n. p.], [1536])
  Page 001  
  Coat_of_Arms Imperial eagle.
Title_page Decorative boder with hunting scenes and saints.
  Page 002  
  List Of participants.
  Page 003  
  List Of participants continued.
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  Gate With two statues, one of Jesus. Decorated with images of the first king of Rome, Numa Pompilius, Tullus Ostilius. Representation of the triumph of Africa.
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  Fountain Rose water.
Triumphal_Arch Of Constantine and Titus. One specially constructed with a painting of the battle between Charles V and Barbarossa at Tunis, other battles at La Goleta etc.
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  Triumphal_Arch Description continued from previious page. With numerous inscriptions etc. detailed. Statue of Maximilian I and battles between Charles and the Turks.
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  Statue Of the Apostles.
Inscription Long Latin inscription addressed to Charles from the Pope.
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Festival details

Festival:
Entry of Charles V into Rome.

Date:
5th April, 1536

City:
Rome

Participants:
Charles V (1500-1558), King of Spain (Carlos I), Holy Roman Emperor

Dynasty:
Habsburg
Book details

Title:
La triumphante entrata di Carlo V imperatore augusto innelalma citta de Roma con el significato delli archi triomphali [et] delle figure antiche in prosa [et] versi Latini.

Names:
Ceffino, Zanobio (Author)

Published:
[n. p.], [1536]

Shelfmark:
9930.f.71.(2.)

Dedicated to:
, Duke of Florence.

Format:
[8] pp. 4ยบ

References:
Watanabe No. 785
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