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Commentarius captae urbis Ductore Carolo Borbonio ad exquisitum modum confectus

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Commentarius captae urbis Ductore Carolo Borbonio ad exquisitum modum confectus

By Joachim Camerarius the Elder


The 6 May 1527 sack of Rome was one of the defining events of European history during the second millennium. When they could not be paid, the soldiers of the Holy Roman Empire forced their commander, Duke Charles of Bourbon (Carlo Borbonico of the title) to lead them to Rome. They sacked the cit…

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