Promotional print of Charles de La Vieuville, 1636, Paulus Pontius, 1636 Canvas Print

Promotional print of Charles de La Vieuville, 1636, Paulus Pontius, 1636 Canvas Print

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Announcement of the promotion of Charles de La Vieuville and the defense of his thesis "Positiones Philosophicæ", at the Collège d'Anchin at Douai on December 29, 1636. A meeting of the gods is presented on a carpet. Minerva and Neptune dispute the possession of Attica. The gods promise the land to the one who can give the inhabitants the most useful gift. Neptune creates the horse with his trident. Minerva stands on the land, where she shoots up an olive tree. The other gods look on. In the air Peace and Abundance, which carry the coat of arms of Pope Urban VIII. At the bottom a frame with an assignment to Pope Urban VIII and a list of the positions to be defended in Latin. To the frame cartouches with representations that refer to the family history of the Pope.

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