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...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...
...Italian manuscript, with watermark of coat of arms displaying bird, untrimmed, in wrappers. Probably composed during the pontificate of Gregory XIII (1572-1585), who spared no efforts to further an expedition against the Turks, and who sent...
...This letter announces the appointment of Sir Thomas Roe as ambassador and the recall of Sir John Eyre naming the bearer of the letter, John Chapman, as the 'Caya' (representative) of James I, King of England, until Roe's arrival, also...
...An unrecorded issue of the treaty between the Emperor Charles V, and the King of Tunis, Muley Hassan. In August 1534 Tunis was seized by Khayr ad-Din, better known as Barbarossa, who was the chief governor of North Africa and grand admiral...
...Second edition of Cronberg's letter to Pope Adrian VI. Hartmut von Cronberg, from a family of free imperial knights and a Lutheran, advised the Pope to divide the Papal States among the warring parties of Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor...
...A tract on the coin or medal designed by Mediobarbus Biragus to celebrate the alliance of Poland and Russia and the victory of King John III Sobieski of Poland over the Ottomans at Vienna...
...The second highest order of the Ottoman Empire, the Order of the Medjidie, was established in 1852 by Abdülmecit, Sultan of the Turks. As consul of Adrianopolis (Edirne), Charles Joseph Tissot (1828-1884) received the second highest of five...
...An Ottoman Order of Glory for Charles Joseph Tissot (1828-1884), issued by Abdülmecit, Sultan of the Turks; together with permission of Napoleon III, Emperor of the French, for him to wear the award. Tissot was a diplomat and archaeologist....