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Wedding in Florence of Ferdinando de'Medici and Christine of Lorraine. (Florence: 1589)
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Della descrizione del regale apparato fatto nella nobile citta di Firenze per la venuta, e per le nozze della serenissima madama Christina di Loreno moglie del serenissimo don Ferdinando Medici terzo gran duca di Toscana. (Florence, 1589)
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Title_page
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  Dedication To Christine of Lorraine
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  Section " Della descrizione del regale apparato ... . Il secondo libro "
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  Triumphal_Arch At the Porta al Prato and designed by Alessandro Allori, this "arch" was actually an octagonal structure that enclosed an open-air theatre. Narrative paintings describing the military history of Florence.
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  Architectural plan of the arch.
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  Perspective view of the arch.
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  The founding of the city of Florence, by Giovanni Bizzelli.
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  Charlemagne restores Florence, by Giovanmaria Butteri.
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  The defeat of Radagasius, by Francesco Mati.
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  Charlemagne building the church of Santi Apostoli, by Pier Vieri.
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  Florence united with Fiesole, by Lorenzo Sciorini.
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  Charles of Anjou at the battle of Benevento, by Ludovico Cigoli.
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  The relief of the siege of 1312, by Andrea Commodi.
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  The defeat of Gian Galeazzo Visconti at Mantua, by Alessandro Pieroni.
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  Good government in Florence, by Alessandro Allori.
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  Certaldo and San Giovanni, by Lorenzo di Berlincione.
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  San Miniato and Scarperia, by Gabriello Ughi.
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  Triumphal_Arch Designed by Giovannantonio Dosio, this arch was placed near the Arno. Marriages of the Medici and Lorraine dynasties.
Chapter "Dell'ornamento fatto al ponte alla Carraia."
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  Architectural plan.
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  Perspective elevation.
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  Catherine de' Medici with her family, by Cosimo Gamberucci.
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  Wedding of Catherine de' Medici and Henri II, by Cosimo Dati.
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  Wedding of Lorenzo de'Medici, by Battista Naldini.
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  Wedding of Charles II of Lorraine and Claude de France, by Valerio Marucelli.
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  Christine taking leave of her family, by Giovanni Cosci.
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  Allegories of the Lorraine and the Moselle river, by Passignano.
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  Allegories of Florence and the river Arno, by Passignano.
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  Don Pietro de'Medici welcomes Christine aboard the Capitana in Marseilles, by Giovanni Cosci.
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  Statue Four statues were erected on the Ponte Santa Trinita. Octavian Augustus, Charlemagne, Cosimo I de' Medici.
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  Octavian Augustus, by Giovanni Bologna.
Charlemagne, by Giovanni Bologna.
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  Cosimo II de'Medici, by Giovanni Caccini.
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  Cosimo I de'Medici.
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  Triumphal_Arch At the Canto dei Carnesecchi, designed by Santi di Tito. Military history since the first crusade of the house of Lorraine.
Chapter "Dell'ornamento fatto al canto a' Carnesecchi."
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  Architectural plan.
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  Perspective elevation.
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  Godefroy, Duke of Lorraine, at Constantinople, by Santi di Tito.
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  The siege of Nicea, by Antonio Boschi.
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  Corbana, general of the Persians, defeated by Godefroy of Bouillon at Antioch, by Gregorio Pagani.
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  Godefroy of Bouillon leading Crusaders in battle at Jerusalem, by Santi di Tito.
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  Godefroy of Bouillon refuses the crown of Jerusalem, by Valerio di Danti.
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  Francois de Guise at the battle of Dreux, by Andrea Boscoli.
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  The Duke of Guise attacks Calais, by Agostino Ciampelli.
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  Rene of Lorraine defeats the Duke of Burgundy at Morat, by Camillo Pagni.
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  Church This chapter describes the facade of the cathedral, designed by Giovannantonio Dosio. History of the church in Florence.
Chapter "Dell'ornamento fatto alla facciata del duomo e dientro alla chiesa."
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  Pope Martin V, by Andrea Verrocchi.
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  St Ambrose consecrates the basilica of San Lorenzo, by Francesco Terzo.
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  Pope Clement honours the Guelphs, by Simone da Poggibonsi.
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  Pope Eugenius IV consecrating the cathedral, by Stefano Pieri.
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  San Miniato, by Battista Lorenzi.
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  San Zenobio, by Pietro Francavilla.
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  Election of Pope Stephen IX, by Passignano.
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  San Giovanni Gualberto, by Giovanni Caccini.
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  San Poggio, by Francavilla.
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  Council of Florence in 1439, by Giovanbattista Paggi.
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  San Andrea, bishop of Florence.
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  Sant'Antonio, by Battista Lorenzi.
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  Triumphal_Arch Designed by Taddeo Landini and decorated with statues and paintings. The House of Habsburg.
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  Charles V, by Landini.
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  Charles V defeats the Turks near Vienna, by Giovanni Strada.
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  Philip II, by Landini.
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  The Battle of Lepanto, by Girolamo Macchietti and Bernardino Monaldi.
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  Triumphal_Arch The arch at the Canto degli Antellesi, designed by Taddeo Landini. The history of the Medici.
Chapter "Delll'ornamento fatto al canto degli Antellesi."
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  The arch at the Canto degli Antellesi.
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  The arch at the Canto degli Antellesi, elevation drawing.
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  Pope Pius IV approves the Order of Santo Stefano, by Alessandro del Barbieri.
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  Cosimo I de'Medici fortities Tuscan cities, by Benedetto Velli.
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  Giovanni delle Bande Nere, by Valerio Cioli.
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  Giovanni, father of Giovanni delle Bande Nere, by Cristofano da Bracciano.
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  Cosimo I acclaimed as Duke, by Jacopo da Empoli.
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  Cosimo I enthroned, by Ludovico Buti.
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  Palace The facade of the Palazzo Vecchio, designed by Giovannantonio Dosio. Florence.
Chapter "Dell'ornamento fatto alla porta del Palazzo."
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  The facade of the Palazzo Vecchio.
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  Crowning of Tuscany, by Jacopo Ligozzi.
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  Pope Pius V crowns Cosimo I, by Bernardino Poccetti.
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  Emperor Maximilian I affirms the rule of Francesco I, by Michelangelo Ciampanelli.
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Festival details

Festival:
Wedding in Florence of Ferdinando de'Medici and Christine of Lorraine.

Date:
1589

City:
Florence

Participants:
Ferdinando (Ferdinand) I de' Medici (1549-1609), Grand Duke of Tuscany
Christine (1565-1637), Duchess of Lorraine, m. Ferdinando I de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany

Dynasty:
Lorraine, Medici

Performers/artisans:
Gaddi, Niccolo (Organiser)
Bardi, Giovanni de' (Organiser)
Book details

Title:
Della descrizione del regale apparato fatto nella nobile citta di Firenze per la venuta, e per le nozze della serenissima madama Christina di Loreno moglie del serenissimo don Ferdinando Medici terzo gran duca di Toscana.

Names:
Gualterotti, Raffaello (Author)
Padovani, Antonio (Printer)

Published:
Florence, 1589

Shelfmark:
595.m.4

Format:
176 pp. Folio 55 engravings.

References:
Watanabe No. 1215

Notes:
The book was published in two separate editions, one consisting of a first and second book and the other consisting only of "il secondo libro". The British Library copy is an example of the second edition, and is therefore not incomplete.
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