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Entry into Venice of Alfonso II d'Este, Duke of Ferrara. (Venice: April, 1562)
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La entrata che fece in Vinegia l'illustrissimo ... duca Alfonso II Estense, duca V. di Ferrara. (Venice, 1562)
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Title_page
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  Triumphal_Arch At Chioggia. The rivers issuing into the Po.
Music
Procession_by_water Along the Po, with Alfonso II d'Este in a bucentoro.
Reception Of Alfonso II d'Este at Chioggia by Antonio Giustiniano.
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  Entry Into Venice.
Procession_by_water Along the canal maggiore in Venice.
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  Tapestry Showing perspectives and landscapes of the Duke's domains. Ferrara, Modena, Reggio, Carpi and Bressello.
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  Loggia
Tapestry Animals, grotesque figures, the twelve months, the trials of Hercules.
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  Embassy Of the papal nuncio and ambassadors of Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor.
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  Procession Of the Duke and his party to visit the Doge.
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  Showpiece_confectionery At the Arsenal.
Music
Combat An "abbattimento del ponte", fought with staffs.
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  Poem Italian sonnet by Ludovico Dolce.
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  List Of the Duke of Ferrara's household.
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  Poem Latin poem in praise of Alfonso II d'Este by Natale Conti.
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Festival details

Festival:
Entry into Venice of Alfonso II d'Este, Duke of Ferrara.

Date:
April, 1562

City:
Venice

Participants:
Alfonso II d'Este (1533-1597), Duke of Ferrara

Dynasty:
Este
Book details

Title:
La entrata che fece in Vinegia l'illustrissimo ... duca Alfonso II Estense, duca V. di Ferrara.

Alternative title:
De eiusdem principis in urbem Venetam ingressu Natalis de Comitibus carmen.

Names:
Conti, Natale [Comes, Natalis] (Author)
Rampazetto, Francesco (Printer)

Published:
Venice, 1562

Shelfmark:
811.d.31.(3)

Format:
12 leaves 4ยบ

References:
Watanabe No. 1407

Notes:
Bound with 5 other works.
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