Leaf 2 - Serenissmo Wladislao Sigismundo
Andrea Fei, Roma, 1625
Rome (Italy) -- Antiquities.
Sigismund III of Poland, 1566-1632
Patronage of the Arts
Serenissimo is a title for emperors. Sigismund III was the King of Poland and was a staunch Catholic. The first book, Antiquae Urbis Splendore, was dedicated to him. The verso of this leaf is blank.
Continuation of the title: Die Gratia Poloniae, et Svetiae Principi, Magno Duci Moscoviae Electo, Smolescensis, Severiensisi, Czerniechowiensisque Ducauum Administorie. Iacubus Laurus. F. P.
Leaf 2 Recto
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Page 28.5 x 21 cm.
Engraving on paper
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