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Banquet Given by Charles V (1338-80) in Hhonour of His Uncle Emperor Charles IV (1316-78) in 1378.  finished in 1460

Banquet Given by Charles V in Hhonour of His Uncle Emperor Charles IV in 1378 - Jean Fouquet

Arrival of the Emperor Charles IV in front of Saint Denis - 1460

Arrival of the Emperor Charles IV in front of Saint Denis, 1455 - 1460 - Jean Fouquet

PARLER, Peter, Anna von Schweidnitz, 1379-86, Limestone, St Vitus Cathedral, Prague

Anna von Schweidnitz (c. Daughter of Henry II of Swidnica and Katharina of Hungry. Wife of Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor.

Kateřina Lucemburská, dcera Karla IV. římského císaře, českého, římsko-německého, italského a burgundského krále, hraběte lucemburského a markraběte moravského, manželka Oty V. Bavorského, vévody bavorského

Catherine of Bohemia Daughter of Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor and Blanche of Valois. Wife of Rudolf IV, Duke of Austria amd Otto V, Duke of Bavaria

Cassone panel depicting a wedding banquet, thought to be of the story of Alatiel

Cassone panel depicting a wedding banquet, thought to be of the story of Alatiel

History of Byzantium — Viewer — World Digital Library

History of Byzantium — Viewer — World Digital Library

Renaud_de_montauban_banquet  Detail of a 15th century illuminated manuscript of Renaud de Montauban.

Renaud_de_montauban_banquet Detail of a century illuminated manuscript of…

Emperor Charles IV, whose wife's crown was found among the treasures of Sroda, Poland.

Charles IV - Holy Roman Emperor from 1346 until his death from The most significant Czech king.

History of Byzantium — Viewer — World Digital Library

History of Byzantium — Viewer — World Digital Library

Prague Castle - Reconstruction of rare Gothic fabric and dalmatica from the grave of the emperor Charles IV. This part of the exhibition presents funeral ceremonies at Prague Castle including unique textiles from the graves of Czech rules.

Prague Castle - Reconstruction of rare Gothic fabric and dalmatica from the grave of the emperor Charles IV. This part of the exhibition presents funeral ceremonies at Prague Castle including unique textiles from the graves of Czech rules.

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