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- Object: Franckenthalischer Triumph: und Frewden: Spruch:
A broadside praising Frankenthal's successful defence against the Spanish siege under General Gonzales de Cordoba; with an etching showing in the foreground a figure with a beard and flaming eyes, dressed in a fur-trimmed coat, wearing on the head a wreath, in the right hand holding a sceptre, and the in left scales. The lower scale-pan carries a book and a sword; three soldiers are tying to pull down the other, which carried a scorpion; with, in the right background, the heraldic Lion of the Palatinate holding a banner, in the left background the city of Frankenthal, in the middleground a lion fighting with a bull; with letterpress title and text in four columns, framed with a border of type ornaments. (n.p.:1621)
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Height: 169 millimetres (etching)
Height: 364 millimetres (printed area)
Width: 255 millimetres (etching)
Width: 288 millimetres (printed area)
- Curator's comments
- The depiction of Frankenthal in the background relates to another broadside (Harms II.176).
The text is a song.
This broadside was re-issued in 1622 (Paas vol. IV P966).
This print is from the Maltzahn Collection (II.850).
- Not on display
- Associated events
- Associated Event: Siege of Frankenthal 7 Oct 1621 to 24 Oct 1621
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