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      • An oil-on-panel Battle of Pavia, painted by an anonymous Flemish artist, depicts the military engagement between the armies of Charles V and Francis I. Because of its detail, the painting is considered an accurate visual record, probably based on eyewitness accounts.
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  2. Battle of Pavia - Wikipedia

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    An oil-on-panel Battle of Pavia, painted by an anonymous Flemish artist, depicts the military engagement between the armies of Charles V and Francis I. Because of its detail, the painting is considered an accurate visual record, probably based on eyewitness accounts. [41]

  3. Battle of the Sesia (1524) - Wikipedia

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    The Battle of the Sesia or Battle of the Sesia River, took place near the Sesia River (Latin: Sesites or Sessite), situated in north-western Italy, Lombardy, on 30 April 1524, where the Imperial–Spanish forces commanded by Don Carlos de Lannoy, inflicted a decisive defeat to the French forces under the Admiral Guillaume Gouffier, Lord of Bonnivet and Francis de Bourbon, Comte de St. Pol ...

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  4. Battle of Pavia | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    An oil-on-panel Battle of Pavia, painted by an anonymous Flemish artist, depicts the military engagement between the armies of Charles V and Francis I. Because of its detail, the painting is considered an accurate visual record, probably based on eyewitness accounts. [30]

  5. Bernard van Orley - Wikipedia

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    Bernard van Orley (between 1487 and 1491 – 6 January 1541), also called Barend or Barent van Orley, Bernaert van Orley or Barend van Brussel, was a versatile Flemish artist and representative of Dutch and Flemish Renaissance painting, who was equally active as a designer of tapestries and, at the end of his life, stained glass.

    • father's workshop
    • Northern renaissance
    • painting, tapestry cartoons, stained glass
    • Flemish
  6. An oil-on-panel Battle of Pavia, painted by an anonymous Flemish artist, depicts the military engagement between the armies of Charles V and Francis I. Because of its detail, the painting is considered an accurate visual record, probably based on eyewitness accounts. [31]

  7. (detail from) The battle of Pavia painted 1525-1530 oil on ...

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    Charles V and Francis the 1st. before the battle. The Battle of Pavia, fought on the morning of 24 February 1525, was the decisive engagement of the (detail from) The battle of Pavia painted 1525-1530 oil on wood by an unknown artist. The Battle of Pavia, 24 February 1525, was the decisive engagement of the Italian War of 1521–26.

  8. RIHA Journal

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    A list of the major depictions of the battle can be drawn up on the basis of the following contributions: Timothy Wilson, The Battle of Pavia, Oxford 2003, 6-7; Ian Buchanan, "The 'Battle of Pavia' and the tapestry collection of Don Carlos: new documentation," in: Burlington Magazine 144, 1191 (June 2002), 321; John R. Hale, Artists and Warfare ...

  9. Battle of Adwa - Wikipedia

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    The Battle of Adwa (also spelled Adowa) ( Amharic: አድዋ;Tigrinya: ዓድዋ; Italian Adua) was the climactic battle of the First Italo-Ethiopian War.The Ethiopian forces, who had high numerical superiority and weapons supplied by Russia and France, defeated the Italian invading force on Sunday 1 March 1896, near the town of Adwa.

  10. Ethnographic Arms & Armour - The Battle of Pavia 1525 revisited

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    The Battle of Pavia 1525 revisited More of the tapestries in the Museo di Capodimonte in Naples. Please note that the harquebuses are mounted with either blued wrought-iron or yellowish cast brass/bronze barrels.

  11. The Devilstone Chronicles

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    The man known to history as the Chevalier Bayard was born c.1473, at Château Bayard, in southern France, and it was inevitable that he would lead a soldier’s life. This was the time when all noblemen were expected to be skilled in the profession of arms and for two centuries every Seigneur de Bayard had died of wounds received in battle.