Reprinted by Schürer in the same year. A violent attack against Venetians and Turks delivered on 10 April 1510 in Augsburg to Emperor Maximilian. Hélian acted as ambassador of Louis XII of France, his task to prevent the Holy League between Venice and the Pope remained unfulfilled. The speech ends with an elegiac poem ‘Venatio leonum. Pontifex Max., Rex Francorum, Rex Aragonum Venatores’, which, according to Apponyi, is highly interesting.