King Henri II of France mortally wounded - Illustration

16th Century, 16th Century Style, Adult, Antique, Chivalry

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Stock illustration ID:185006937
Upload date:October 15, 2013

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'Vintage engraving showing King Henri II of France being mortally wounded during a joust. On 30 June 1559, at the Place Royale at the HA'tel des Tournelles, during a match to celebrate the Peace of Cateau-CambrAsis with his longtime enemies, the Habsburgs of Austria, and to celebrate the marriage of his daughter Elisabeth of Valois to King Philip II of Spain, King Henry was mortally wounded by the lance of Gabriel Montgomery, captain of the King's Scottish Guard.'
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