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1 IDT  265 Ioannes DANTISCUS to Charles V of Habsburg        

Manuscript sources:
1author's record in Latin, BCz, 1643, p. 21-22

 

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Cum serenissima domina mea Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonregina PoloniaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon in Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandducatu suo BarensiBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland per se agere non potest, ut in illo omnia bene dirigerentur, decrevit magnificum dominum Lodovico de Monte Alto (Ludovicus Montaltus) (†1533), executor of the testament of duchess Isabella d'Aragona; in 1525-1527 (if not longer) regent of the royal chancellery in Naples (POCIECHA 2, p. 236, 238, 265, 268, 272, 275, 277, 279, 437, 550)Ludovicum de Monte AltoLodovico de Monte Alto (Ludovicus Montaltus) (†1533), executor of the testament of duchess Isabella d'Aragona; in 1525-1527 (if not longer) regent of the royal chancellery in Naples (POCIECHA 2, p. 236, 238, 265, 268, 272, 275, 277, 279, 437, 550) in protectorem dicti ducatus et iurium suorum citra tamen praeiudicium fisci Sacratissimae Maiestatis Vestrae statuere. Proinde Sacratissimae Maiestati Vestrae per me supplicat, dignetur ad id consensum suum praebere et praedicto domino Lodovico de Monte Alto (Ludovicus Montaltus) (†1533), executor of the testament of duchess Isabella d'Aragona; in 1525-1527 (if not longer) regent of the royal chancellery in Naples (POCIECHA 2, p. 236, 238, 265, 268, 272, 275, 277, 279, 437, 550)LudovicoLodovico de Monte Alto (Ludovicus Montaltus) (†1533), executor of the testament of duchess Isabella d'Aragona; in 1525-1527 (if not longer) regent of the royal chancellery in Naples (POCIECHA 2, p. 236, 238, 265, 268, 272, 275, 277, 279, 437, 550), ut istiusmodi protectionem suscipiat, clementer committere. Quod Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonserenissima domina meaBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon omni observantia erga Sacratssimam Maiestatem Vestram sedulo promereri studebit.

Ioannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), diplomat, neo-Latin poet and traveller; 1504 royal scribe; 1507 referendary for Prussian affairs at the court of Sigismund Jagiellon; 1508-1513 royal envoy to Prussian towns and to the Prussian assemblies; 1515 secretary of the Polish legation at the imperial court; in 1516-1532 envoy in the service of the king of Poland Sigismund Jagiellon and emperors Maximilian and Charles V of Habsburg; 1529 Kulm canon; 1530-1537 bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 bishop of ErmlandOrator PoloniaeIoannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), diplomat, neo-Latin poet and traveller; 1504 royal scribe; 1507 referendary for Prussian affairs at the court of Sigismund Jagiellon; 1508-1513 royal envoy to Prussian towns and to the Prussian assemblies; 1515 secretary of the Polish legation at the imperial court; in 1516-1532 envoy in the service of the king of Poland Sigismund Jagiellon and emperors Maximilian and Charles V of Habsburg; 1529 Kulm canon; 1530-1537 bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 bishop of Ermland

2 IDT  410 Ioannes DANTISCUS to Charles V of Habsburg        1519-02-21

Manuscript sources:
1copy in Latin, 16th-century, BJ, 6557, f. 10v
2copy in Latin, 18th-century, BCz, 274, No. 7, p. 6
3copy in Latin, 18th-century, BCz, 34 (TN), No. 13, p. 47
4copy in Latin, 19th-century, BK, 224, No. 12, f. 7v-8r

Prints:
1AT 5 No. 33, p. 31

 

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BJ 6557, f. 10v

Replicatio Ioannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), diplomat, neo-Latin poet and traveller; 1504 royal scribe; 1507 referendary for Prussian affairs at the court of Sigismund Jagiellon; 1508-1513 royal envoy to Prussian towns and to the Prussian assemblies; 1515 secretary of the Polish legation at the imperial court; in 1516-1532 envoy in the service of the king of Poland Sigismund Jagiellon and emperors Maximilian and Charles V of Habsburg; 1529 Kulm canon; 1530-1537 bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 bishop of ErmlandIoannis DantisciIoannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), diplomat, neo-Latin poet and traveller; 1504 royal scribe; 1507 referendary for Prussian affairs at the court of Sigismund Jagiellon; 1508-1513 royal envoy to Prussian towns and to the Prussian assemblies; 1515 secretary of the Polish legation at the imperial court; in 1516-1532 envoy in the service of the king of Poland Sigismund Jagiellon and emperors Maximilian and Charles V of Habsburg; 1529 Kulm canon; 1530-1537 bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 bishop of Ermland oratoris ad responsum Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of CastileCaroli regis HispaniaeCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile.

Serenissime atque potentissime Catholice Rex.

Affectum et benevolentiam, quam inpraesentiarum audio, qua Catholica Maiestas Vestra Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimum dominum meumSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria amplectitur, dum aliquando incolumis rediero, vivus testis suae regiae maiestati exponam. Interim persuadeat sibi Catholica Maiestas Vestra Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimum dominum meumSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria pro Catholica Maiestate Vestra facturum omnia, quae bonum et integrum fratrem Catholicae Maiestatis Vestrae decebunt.

Quantum vero ad negotium illustrissimae dominae Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforzaducis MediolaniIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriadominus meus serenissimusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria mihi iniunxit, ut non diu in his rebus apud Catholicam Maiestatem Vestram immorarer, neque etiam, ut rebus infectis et absque earum certitudine redirem. Pro amore igitur Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimi domini meiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria Catholica Maiestas Vestra expeditionem meam maturare dignetur, unde quantocius expeditus apud serenissimum dominum meum et alibi, ubi opportunum esset, hoc potissimum tempore, sicut Maximilian I of Habsburg (*1459 – †1519), from 1486 King of the Romans, actual ruler of the Empire from the death of Frederick III (1493), 1508-1519 Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation; son of Emperor Frederick III and Eleanor of Portugalcaesareae maiestatiMaximilian I of Habsburg (*1459 – †1519), from 1486 King of the Romans, actual ruler of the Empire from the death of Frederick III (1493), 1508-1519 Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation; son of Emperor Frederick III and Eleanor of Portugal consuevi, Catholicae Maiestati Vestrae etiam ut domino meo clementissimo servire valeam.

3 IDT  287 Memorial of Ioannes Dantiscus, submitted on behalf of the King Sigismund I Jagiellon to the Great Chancellor of the Emperor Charles V von Habsburg, Mercurino Arborio di Gattinara; Gattinara’s reply on behalf of the Emperor; Dantiscus’ reply to the reply    [Valladolid]    [1523-02-09 — 1523-02-25]

Manuscript sources:
1author's record in Latin, 16th-century, BNW, BOZ, 2053, TG 4, No. 403, f. 164r-167v
2copy in Latin, 16th-century, BJ, 6557, f. 86r-89r
3copy in Latin, 18th-century, BCz, 274, No. 81-83, p. 101-105

 

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BNW BOZ 2053, TG 4, No. 403, f. 164r

Articuli per me propositi.

Responsum ad illos nomine Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilemaiestatis caesareaeCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile.

Ad hoc replicationes meae.

BNW BOZ 2053 TG 4, No. 403, f. 166r

Copia articulorum Mercurino Arborio di Gattinara (*1465 – †1530), humanist, jurist, trusted and influential advisor to Charles V; 1501 entered the service of the Habsburgs as legal counsel to Duchess Margaret of Austria, 1504 advisor and President of the Privy Council of Margaret of Austria, after the governoship of the Netherlands was entrusted to her, 1518 Grand Chancellor of Castile and later of Charles V as Roman Emperor, 1529 Cardinal of St. Giovanni a Porta Latina (after the death of his wife, Andreetta Avogadro) (DE VOCHT 1961, p. 12; CE, vol. 2, p. 76-80)magno cancellarioMercurino Arborio di Gattinara (*1465 – †1530), humanist, jurist, trusted and influential advisor to Charles V; 1501 entered the service of the Habsburgs as legal counsel to Duchess Margaret of Austria, 1504 advisor and President of the Privy Council of Margaret of Austria, after the governoship of the Netherlands was entrusted to her, 1518 Grand Chancellor of Castile and later of Charles V as Roman Emperor, 1529 Cardinal of St. Giovanni a Porta Latina (after the death of his wife, Andreetta Avogadro) (DE VOCHT 1961, p. 12; CE, vol. 2, p. 76-80) per me exhibitorum

Primum et potissimum negotium, in quo me serenissimus dominus meus Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaPoloniae rexSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria etc. ad Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilesacratissimam maiestatem caesareamCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile misit, ut multa in compendium conferam, hoc est, quod Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimus dominus meusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria attenta publica calamitate, quae hoc tempore magis, quam prius umquam Europe (Europa), the continentorbi ChristianoEurope (Europa), the continent ab infidelibus instare videtur, omni, quo potest, studio maiestatem caesaream ut summum Christianitatis principem rogat, ut illi et nepoti suo serenissimo Louis II Jagiellon (*1506 – †1526), 1516-1526 King of Bohemia and Hungary; son of Ladislaus II Jagiellon King of Bohemia and Hungary, killed in the battle of Mohács, and his third wife, Anne de FoixHungariae regiLouis II Jagiellon (*1506 – †1526), 1516-1526 King of Bohemia and Hungary; son of Ladislaus II Jagiellon King of Bohemia and Hungary, killed in the battle of Mohács, and his third wife, Anne de Foix contra vim et potentiam Suleiman the Magnificent (*1494 – †1566), 1520-1566 Sultan of the Ottoman EmpireTurcarum et Tartarorum imperatorisSuleiman the Magnificent (*1494 – †1566), 1520-1566 Sultan of the Ottoman Empire ferret suppetias, et quod concordia cum hostibus suis inita maiestas caesarea illos atque alios Christianos principes ad exstinguendum hoc commune incendium excitaret, habens rationem apertorum discriminum, in quibus nunc ea regna et dominia versarentur, quemadmodum satis abunde, ut reor, a me expositum est. Itaque a Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilemaiestate caesareaCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile summopere peto, dignetur me in hoc necessario primo et principali articulo plane resolvere, cuius desuper illius maiestas mentis sit et quando atque quales suppetias Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimus dominus meusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria certo sperare debeat. Nam, nisi maturius rebus nostris sic non parum inclinatis subveniatur, timendum erit (quod omen Deus avertat), ne funditus corruant.

Secundum in privato nomine Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimi domini meiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria expositum sic habet, quod Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimus dominus meusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria ad postulata Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilecaesareae maiestatisCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile arma sua in hoc bello contra Albrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544)dominum magistrumAlbrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544) gestum, ad quod ab illo multif written overccff written overcariam gravibus iniuriis et indignissimis modis fuerat lacessitus, deposuit et in illius maiestatem in absentia vero in serenissimum Ferdinand I of Habsburg (*1503 – †1564), from 1521 Archduke of Austria, from 1526 King of Bohemia and Hungary, Croatia and Slavonia as Ferdinand I, 1531-1558 King of the Romans, 1558-1564 Holy Roman Emperor; son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile, a younger brother of Charles V of HabsburgFerdinandum Austriae archiducemFerdinand I of Habsburg (*1503 – †1564), from 1521 Archduke of Austria, from 1526 King of Bohemia and Hungary, Croatia and Slavonia as Ferdinand I, 1531-1558 King of the Romans, 1558-1564 Holy Roman Emperor; son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile, a younger brother of Charles V of Habsburg cum aliis adiunctis principibus compromisit, quare maiestatem caesaream rogat, velit efficere, ut huic tragoediae ex vi compromissi finis imponeretur. Rogo itaque, ut in iis a Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilesacratissima maiestate caesareaCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile omnimode fierem certior, quid desuper decreverit et quem animum illius maiestas habeat ad nova illa molimina Albrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544)domini magistriAlbrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544), qui per Dietrich von Schönberg (*1484 – †1525), fell in the battle of Pavia ; 1515-1524 diplomat and advisor in Grand Master's Albrecht von Hohenzollern service, as his envoy, he held the talks at the imperial, English and Danish courts in order to get help against Poland; in 1517 was negotiating with Moscow for an anti-Polish alliance, in 1524 he entered the service of the French King Francis I (BORAWSKA 1984, p. 99, 117; SACH, p. 239-292; POCIECHA 2, p. 219-221)nuntiumDietrich von Schönberg (*1484 – †1525), fell in the battle of Pavia ; 1515-1524 diplomat and advisor in Grand Master's Albrecht von Hohenzollern service, as his envoy, he held the talks at the imperial, English and Danish courts in order to get help against Poland; in 1517 was negotiating with Moscow for an anti-Polish alliance, in 1524 he entered the service of the French King Francis I (BORAWSKA 1984, p. 99, 117; SACH, p. 239-292; POCIECHA 2, p. 219-221) suum in EnglandAngliaEngland compromissum factum reiciendo suppetias ab illius maiestate caesarea et a serenissimo Henry VIII Tudor (*1491 – †1547), 1509-1547 King of England; son of Henry VII Tudor and Elizabeth of Yorkrege AngliaeHenry VIII Tudor (*1491 – †1547), 1509-1547 King of England; son of Henry VII Tudor and Elizabeth of York ab aliisque regibus et principibus Christianis contra Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimum dominum meumSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria summis conatibus quaesivit cupiensque compromissum infringere et novum bellum excitare, maiestatem caesaream, ut sanguinis necessitudine iunctam serenissimo domino meo suspectum esse arbitrum coram rege Angliae asseruit.

Tertium, quod Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimus dominus meusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria miserit per me Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilecaesareae maiestatiCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile authenticum transsumptum inscriptionis Vienna (Wien, Vienna), city in eastern Austria, on the Danube riverViennaeVienna (Wien, Vienna), city in eastern Austria, on the Danube river factae, innitens huic promisso, quod mihi maiestas caesarea ante quattuor annos Barcelona (Barcinona, Barcino), city in northeastern Spain, CataloniaBarchinonaeBarcelona (Barcinona, Barcino), city in northeastern Spain, Catalonia fecit, ubi pollicita est non solum ea servare, quae inter divum olim Maximilian I of Habsburg (*1459 – †1519), from 1486 King of the Romans, actual ruler of the Empire from the death of Frederick III (1493), 1508-1519 Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation; son of Emperor Frederick III and Eleanor of PortugalMaximilianum imperatoremMaximilian I of Habsburg (*1459 – †1519), from 1486 King of the Romans, actual ruler of the Empire from the death of Frederick III (1493), 1508-1519 Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation; son of Emperor Frederick III and Eleanor of Portugal et serenissimum dominum meum fuerant inscripta, verum etiam augere et quia illius maiestas divae memoriae BNW BOZ 2053 TG 4, No. 403, f. 166v se et suos nepotes in eadem inscriptione obligavit et praecipue pro arctiori benevolentia et mutuo amore conservando, quo serenissimus dominus meus sacratissimam maiestatem caesaream et The Habsburgs, house of Austria domum AustriaeThe Habsburgs, house of Austria prosequitur, utque ille continue maius capiat incrementum. Petit idem Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimus dominus meusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria huiusmodi inscriptionem confirmari, in cuius recompensam seu reciprocationem illius maiestas regia omnia ea, quae ibidem Vienna (Wien, Vienna), city in eastern Austria, on the Danube riverViennaeVienna (Wien, Vienna), city in eastern Austria, on the Danube river prolocuta facta et conclusa sunt, ut fecit, ab initio electionis Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilecaesareae maiestatisCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile hactenus firmiter servabit.

Quartum: rogavit per me Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimus dominus meusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilemaiestatem caesareamCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile, quod velit efficere, ut Citizens of Gdańsk cives GdanensesCitizens of Gdańsk et Citizens of Elbing ElbingensesCitizens of Elbing ipsius serenissimi domini mei subditi non evocarentur ad Imperial Chamber Court (Iudicium Camerae Imperialis, Sąd Kameralny Rzeszy, Reichskammergericht), one of two highest judicial institutions in the Holy Roman Empire, founded in 1495 at the Imperial Diet of Worms (the other one being the Aulic Council - Reichshofrat)cameram imperialemImperial Chamber Court (Iudicium Camerae Imperialis, Sąd Kameralny Rzeszy, Reichskammergericht), one of two highest judicial institutions in the Holy Roman Empire, founded in 1495 at the Imperial Diet of Worms (the other one being the Aulic Council - Reichshofrat), et quod nullae eis imponerentur solutiones cum serenissimo domino meo et nulli alteri sint subiecti, quodque maiestas caesarea mandaret serio iudicio camerae, ut ab huiusmodi executione solutionum, quibus praedictos subditos serenissimi domini mei prius et novissime taxarunt, desisteretur, darenturque litterae, quibus se praefati serenissimi domini mei subditi ab huiusmodi evocationibus et taxationibus tueri possent.

Quintum et ultimum: Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimus dominus meusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilemaiestatem caesareamCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile per me rogavit, ut cum illustrissima domina Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforzaduce MediolaniIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza iudicium non subiret, sed habens rationem affinitatis et officii in se serenissimi domini mei ipsi illustrissimae dominae duci absque iuris actione gratiam de sua mera benignitate exhiberet. Quod si sine strepitu iuris haec hereditas determinari non possit, rogavi Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimi domini meiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria novam provisionem ad Charles de Lannoy (*ca. 1487 – †1527), first Count of Lannoy (1526-1527), Lord of Sanzeilles, Erquelines and Mingoval, soldier and statesman in the service of the Habsburgs ; 1521 Governor of Tournai, 1522-1523, 1526-1527 Viceroy of Naples, 1523-1527 commander in chief of Imperial armies in ItalyviceregemCharles de Lannoy (*ca. 1487 – †1527), first Count of Lannoy (1526-1527), Lord of Sanzeilles, Erquelines and Mingoval, soldier and statesman in the service of the Habsburgs ; 1521 Governor of Tournai, 1522-1523, 1526-1527 Viceroy of Naples, 1523-1527 commander in chief of Imperial armies in Italy et Collateral Council of the Emperor in Naples consilium NeapolitanumCollateral Council of the Emperor in Naples , cuius copiam exhibui, ut ibidem et non in Sicily, island in the Mediterranean Sea, Kingdom ruled by the HabsburgsSiciliaSicily, island in the Mediterranean Sea, Kingdom ruled by the Habsburgs ultra pharum transigeretur, cum prius in possessorio res sit non in Sicilia, sed in aula Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilemaiestatis caesareaeCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile confecta. Quod Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimus dominus meusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria pari gratificatione in omnibus, quibus poterit, Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilesacratissimae maiestati caesareae Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile referre curabit.

Responsum nomine Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilemaiestatis caesareaeCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile per Mercurino Arborio di Gattinara (*1465 – †1530), humanist, jurist, trusted and influential advisor to Charles V; 1501 entered the service of the Habsburgs as legal counsel to Duchess Margaret of Austria, 1504 advisor and President of the Privy Council of Margaret of Austria, after the governoship of the Netherlands was entrusted to her, 1518 Grand Chancellor of Castile and later of Charles V as Roman Emperor, 1529 Cardinal of St. Giovanni a Porta Latina (after the death of his wife, Andreetta Avogadro) (DE VOCHT 1961, p. 12; CE, vol. 2, p. 76-80)magnum cancellariumMercurino Arborio di Gattinara (*1465 – †1530), humanist, jurist, trusted and influential advisor to Charles V; 1501 entered the service of the Habsburgs as legal counsel to Duchess Margaret of Austria, 1504 advisor and President of the Privy Council of Margaret of Austria, after the governoship of the Netherlands was entrusted to her, 1518 Grand Chancellor of Castile and later of Charles V as Roman Emperor, 1529 Cardinal of St. Giovanni a Porta Latina (after the death of his wife, Andreetta Avogadro) (DE VOCHT 1961, p. 12; CE, vol. 2, p. 76-80) in scriptis datum.

Ad primum articulum respondetur, quod Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilecaesarea maiestasCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile nihil acerbius aut durius audire potuisset, quam hostes orthodoxae fidei The Ottoman Turks (Turcae) TurcasThe Ottoman Turks (Turcae) et The Tatars TartarosThe Tatars Christianorum cervicibus tam saeve ac petulanter imminere, quod tanto magis aegreferendum censet, dum id conspicit attentatum eo tempore, quo sua maiestas sine culpa a Francis I of Valois (*1494 – †1547), 1515-1547 King of France; son of Charles, Count of Angoulême, and Louise of SavoyGallorum regeFrancis I of Valois (*1494 – †1547), 1515-1547 King of France; son of Charles, Count of Angoulême, and Louise of Savoy impetita invasa ac provocata sua tueri ac iniurias illatas propulsare coacta exstitit et ad sedandos The Spaniards HispanorumThe Spaniards tumultus ad Spain (Hispania)haec sua regnaSpain (Hispania) componenda personaliter transire compulsa est, quamvis sua maiestas nolens Europe (Europa), the continentChristianae ReipublicaeEurope (Europa), the continent deesse, priusquam ex BelgiumGallia BelgicaBelgium ad haec sua regna transiret, ne videretur Christianae religioni terga vertere, consenserit illud imperiale subsidium, quod ad coronationem suam ac ad imperii reintegrationem ex conclusione Vormacensis Imperial Diet (Reichstag) dietaeImperial Diet (Reichstag) [1] fuerat destinatum, BNW BOZ 2053 TG 4, No. 403, f. 167r converteretur in propulsandis Christianae religionis hostibus eorumque conatibus repellendis, potissime ad conservanda regna illa limitropha, quae potius in propria persona, si fas fuisset, praeservare nixus esset. Qui ad eam infidelium expeditionem suapte natura inclinatur ac summe proclivus exsistit urgente ad id fide religione dignitatis praerogativa ac sanguinis vinculo. Pacem autem sua Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilemaiestas caesareaCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile semper inter Christianos servare studuit, etsi toties a The French GallisThe French violata exstiterit, qui numquam quiescere didicerunt, dederitque Deus Optimus Maximus prosperos suae caesareae maiestati succesus iustitiae suae apertissimos testes, numquam tamen sua maiestas aequas pacis condiciones respuit, verum, postquam Henry VIII Tudor (*1491 – †1547), 1509-1547 King of England; son of Henry VII Tudor and Elizabeth of YorkAnglico regiHenry VIII Tudor (*1491 – †1547), 1509-1547 King of England; son of Henry VII Tudor and Elizabeth of York tam arcto vinculo iunctus exstitit, ut unus sine altero pacem seu inducias cum ipsis Gallis inire nequeat, nequaquam paci seu induciis patet aditus, nisi condiciones afferantur, quae tam caesari quam Anglo satisfaciant. Quae si in medium adducantur taliaque proponantur, quibus Christianorum armis unitis in hostes fidei converti possint, cognoscet universus orbis Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of CastilecaesaremCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile et Henry VIII Tudor (*1491 – †1547), 1509-1547 King of England; son of Henry VII Tudor and Elizabeth of YorkAnglicum regemHenry VIII Tudor (*1491 – †1547), 1509-1547 King of England; son of Henry VII Tudor and Elizabeth of York utrosque fidei defensores nihil aspernaturos, quod Christianos principes deceat, et cum Hadrian VI (Adriano de Florensz (Dedel)) (*1459 – †1523), tutor of young Charles von Habsburg (later Emperor Charles V), 1522-1523 Popesummus pontifexHadrian VI (Adriano de Florensz (Dedel)) (*1459 – †1523), tutor of young Charles von Habsburg (later Emperor Charles V), 1522-1523 Pope id negotium pacis componendae amplexus fuerit, qui et reliquos principes ad occurrendum huic communi periculo tamquam verus pastor potest convocare, ad eum recurrendum erit nec potest sua maiestas caesarea in hoc articulo quicquam certius polliceri.

Ad secundum articulum respondetur, quod Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilemaiestas caesareaCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile semper appetiit, ut haec controversia ob sanguinis necessitudinem amicabili compositione sedaretur. In qua re, cum per absentiam personaliter, ut cupiebat, intendere nequiverit, subrogavit in Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilesuae maiestatisCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile locum serenissimum Ferdinand I of Habsburg (*1503 – †1564), from 1521 Archduke of Austria, from 1526 King of Bohemia and Hungary, Croatia and Slavonia as Ferdinand I, 1531-1558 King of the Romans, 1558-1564 Holy Roman Emperor; son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile, a younger brother of Charles V of HabsburgFerdinandumFerdinand I of Habsburg (*1503 – †1564), from 1521 Archduke of Austria, from 1526 King of Bohemia and Hungary, Croatia and Slavonia as Ferdinand I, 1531-1558 King of the Romans, 1558-1564 Holy Roman Emperor; son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile, a younger brother of Charles V of Habsburg eius fratrem, infantem Spain (Hispania)HispaniarumSpain (Hispania), cui ac ceteris iterum scribet ac adhortabitur, quatenus omni studio ac diligentia ipsam controversiam amicabiliter componere studeant et negotio debitum finem imponant.

Ad tertium articulum respondetur, quod cum ille tractatus sit reciprocus et ultro citroque obligatorius, non esset congruum, ut ab una dumtaxat parte fieret approbatio seu confirmatio, sed essent eodem contextu excipiendae litterae ratificatoriae et confirmatoriae. Quod nunc fieri non potest, cum Ioannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), diplomat, neo-Latin poet and traveller; 1504 royal scribe; 1507 referendary for Prussian affairs at the court of Sigismund Jagiellon; 1508-1513 royal envoy to Prussian towns and to the Prussian assemblies; 1515 secretary of the Polish legation at the imperial court; in 1516-1532 envoy in the service of the king of Poland Sigismund Jagiellon and emperors Maximilian and Charles V of Habsburg; 1529 Kulm canon; 1530-1537 bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 bishop of ErmlandoratorIoannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), diplomat, neo-Latin poet and traveller; 1504 royal scribe; 1507 referendary for Prussian affairs at the court of Sigismund Jagiellon; 1508-1513 royal envoy to Prussian towns and to the Prussian assemblies; 1515 secretary of the Polish legation at the imperial court; in 1516-1532 envoy in the service of the king of Poland Sigismund Jagiellon and emperors Maximilian and Charles V of Habsburg; 1529 Kulm canon; 1530-1537 bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 bishop of Ermland ipse nec mandatum ad ea concedenda, nec litteras reciprocas a suo Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaregeSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria habere profiteatur. Unde, ut tutius res geratur et aequa lance procedat, mittet sua Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilecaesarea maiestasCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile mandatum serenissimo Ferdinand I of Habsburg (*1503 – †1564), from 1521 Archduke of Austria, from 1526 King of Bohemia and Hungary, Croatia and Slavonia as Ferdinand I, 1531-1558 King of the Romans, 1558-1564 Holy Roman Emperor; son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile, a younger brother of Charles V of HabsburginfantiFerdinand I of Habsburg (*1503 – †1564), from 1521 Archduke of Austria, from 1526 King of Bohemia and Hungary, Croatia and Slavonia as Ferdinand I, 1531-1558 King of the Romans, 1558-1564 Holy Roman Emperor; son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile, a younger brother of Charles V of Habsburg ad tractandum et concludendum eodem contextu de ipsius foederis confirmatione dandumque litteras reciprocas hinc inde.

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Ad quartum respondetur, quod Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilemaiestas ipsa caesareaCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile mandabit regimini imperii et Imperial Chamber Court (Iudicium Camerae Imperialis, Sąd Kameralny Rzeszy, Reichskammergericht), one of two highest judicial institutions in the Holy Roman Empire, founded in 1495 at the Imperial Diet of Worms (the other one being the Aulic Council - Reichshofrat)iudicio cameraeImperial Chamber Court (Iudicium Camerae Imperialis, Sąd Kameralny Rzeszy, Reichskammergericht), one of two highest judicial institutions in the Holy Roman Empire, founded in 1495 at the Imperial Diet of Worms (the other one being the Aulic Council - Reichshofrat), ne Gdańsk (Danzig, Dantiscum), city in northern Poland, on the Bay of Gdańsk at the mouth of the Vistula, on the Baltic, the biggest and wealthiest of the three Great Prussian Cities (Gdańsk, Thorn (Toruń), and Elbing (Elbląg)) with representation in the Council of Royal Prussia; a member of the Hanseatic League

Elbing (Elbląg), city in northern Poland, Pomerania, on the Vistula Lagoon, one of the three Great Prussian Cities (beside Gdańsk (Danzig) and Thorn (Toruń)) which had representatives in the Prussian Council; member of the Hanseatic League
civitatesGdańsk (Danzig, Dantiscum), city in northern Poland, on the Bay of Gdańsk at the mouth of the Vistula, on the Baltic, the biggest and wealthiest of the three Great Prussian Cities (Gdańsk, Thorn (Toruń), and Elbing (Elbląg)) with representation in the Council of Royal Prussia; a member of the Hanseatic League

Elbing (Elbląg), city in northern Poland, Pomerania, on the Vistula Lagoon, one of the three Great Prussian Cities (beside Gdańsk (Danzig) and Thorn (Toruń)) which had representatives in the Prussian Council; member of the Hanseatic League
, de quibus supplicatur, ultra suorum privilegiorum formam ac ultra solitum et consuetum molestent et impetant aut ab eorum civibus subsidia insolita quovis modo exigant, et quod super iis fiant litterae in forma.

Ad quintum et ultimum articulum respondetur, quod ill(ustris) Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzaducissaIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza nullam habuit nec habet iustam causam querelae, quandoquidem sua Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilemaiestas caesareaCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile semper providerit et mandaverit, ut iustitia suo tramite procederet ipsaque illu(stris) ducissa iudicium cum fisco suae maiestatis non coacta, sed ultro ac sponte subierit. Ante cuius decisionem discerni non posset, an liberalitate, an iniuria Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of CastilecaesarCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile uteretur, si quid minus offerret, quam petatur. Unde prius discutiendum videtur, an iusta vel iniusta fuerit ipsius ill(ustris) Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzaducissaeIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza petitio. Quod eo magis nunc expedire videtur, cum suae Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilecaesareae maiestatiCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile innotuerit eandem ill(ustrem) Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzaducissamIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza non aliter heredem institutam a serenissima Joanna of Aragon (Giovanna IV d'Aragona, Joanna of Naples) (*1478 – †1518), Queen Consort of Ferdinand II of Naples; daughter of Ferdinand I of Naples and Giovanna d'Aragonaregina IoannaJoanna of Aragon (Giovanna IV d'Aragona, Joanna of Naples) (*1478 – †1518), Queen Consort of Ferdinand II of Naples; daughter of Ferdinand I of Naples and Giovanna d'Aragona, nisi ut hereditatem ipsam Ferdinand Duke of Calabria (*1488 – †1550)

Isabella of Naples (†1550)

Giulia of Naples (*1492 – †1542), daughter of Frederick IV of Naples
liberisFerdinand Duke of Calabria (*1488 – †1550)

Isabella of Naples (†1550)

Giulia of Naples (*1492 – †1542), daughter of Frederick IV of Naples
quondam Frederick IV of Naples (Federico d'Aragona) (*1452 – †1504), 1496-1501 the king of Naplesregis FredericiFrederick IV of Naples (Federico d'Aragona) (*1452 – †1504), 1496-1501 the king of Naples restitueret, quod tum scripto, tum testibus optime comparabatur, ita ut de tacito fidei commisso liquidissime constet, cuius ratione non solum ipsa ill(ustris) ducissa ab actione per eam intentata excluditur, verum etiam a debita in ipsum Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of CastilecaesaremCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile observantia deviasse videretur. Quapropter non convenit huic liti aliter finem imponi, quam per veros iuris tramites.

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Ad primi articuli responsum: ubi pro suppetiis et pro concordia Christianorum principum ad Hadrian VI (Adriano de Florensz (Dedel)) (*1459 – †1523), tutor of young Charles von Habsburg (later Emperor Charles V), 1522-1523 PopepontificemHadrian VI (Adriano de Florensz (Dedel)) (*1459 – †1523), tutor of young Charles von Habsburg (later Emperor Charles V), 1522-1523 Pope ostenditur recursus, replicatur, quod serenissimus dominus meus Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaPoloniae rexSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria de generali expeditione et auxilio sibi et serenissimo nepoti suo Louis II Jagiellon (*1506 – †1526), 1516-1526 King of Bohemia and Hungary; son of Ladislaus II Jagiellon King of Bohemia and Hungary, killed in the battle of Mohács, and his third wife, Anne de FoixHungariae regiLouis II Jagiellon (*1506 – †1526), 1516-1526 King of Bohemia and Hungary; son of Ladislaus II Jagiellon King of Bohemia and Hungary, killed in the battle of Mohács, and his third wife, Anne de Foix faciendo sub isto recursu parvam spem concipiet. Si enim The Ottoman Turks (Turcae) TurciThe Ottoman Turks (Turcae) et The Tatars TartariThe Tatars censuras timerent, posset aliquid Hadrian VI (Adriano de Florensz (Dedel)) (*1459 – †1523), tutor of young Charles von Habsburg (later Emperor Charles V), 1522-1523 PopepontifexHadrian VI (Adriano de Florensz (Dedel)) (*1459 – †1523), tutor of young Charles von Habsburg (later Emperor Charles V), 1522-1523 Pope, cum autem non nisi armis illos ex finibus Christianorum abigi sit possibile, merito Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimus dominus meusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria ad Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilemaiestatem caesareamCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile, ut summum Europe (Europa), the continentorbis ChristianiEurope (Europa), the continent principem, confugit. Unde, si se quicquam periculosius (quod Deus omen avertat) offeret, cum Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimus dominus meusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria omni, quo potuit, studio subsidium quaesiverit et flagitaverit, protestor id me serenissimi domini mei nomine praedixisse illiusque regiam maiestatem omni culpa carere, cum id faciat, quod possit.

BNW BOZ 2053 TG 4, No. 403, f. 165r

In secundo articulo bene sum resolutus, modo nulla in ista re auctoritate imperatoria ad arbitros fiat commissio, nisi quod hoc negotium sic tractetur, ut in articulis induciarum plane est positum. De novis vero moliminibus domini Albrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544)magistri PrussiaeAlbrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544) in EnglandAngliaEngland factis, si placeant vel displiceant Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilemaiestati caesareaeCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile, nihil mihi est responsum.

Ad tertii articuli responsum: licet de ista confirmatione nullum speciale habeam mandatum, tamen propter difficultates vitandas, quae in tractatibus hinc inde forsan evenire possent, utque Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimus dominus meusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria benevolentiam atque animi propensionem Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilemaiestatis caesareaeCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile erga se apertius cognosceret, videretur mihi non inconveniens, quod huiusmodi confirmatio hic scriberetur et ad serenissimum Ferdinand I of Habsburg (*1503 – †1564), from 1521 Archduke of Austria, from 1526 King of Bohemia and Hungary, Croatia and Slavonia as Ferdinand I, 1531-1558 King of the Romans, 1558-1564 Holy Roman Emperor; son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile, a younger brother of Charles V of Habsburgarchiducem AustriaeFerdinand I of Habsburg (*1503 – †1564), from 1521 Archduke of Austria, from 1526 King of Bohemia and Hungary, Croatia and Slavonia as Ferdinand I, 1531-1558 King of the Romans, 1558-1564 Holy Roman Emperor; son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile, a younger brother of Charles V of Habsburg mitteretur mihique nunc daretur copia. Quales litteras hac in re reciprocas Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilemaiestas caesareaCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile habere velit, quo negotium hoc commodius conficeretur.

Ad quarti: tales decretae litterae regimini imperii et Imperial Chamber Court (Iudicium Camerae Imperialis, Sąd Kameralny Rzeszy, Reichskammergericht), one of two highest judicial institutions in the Holy Roman Empire, founded in 1495 at the Imperial Diet of Worms (the other one being the Aulic Council - Reichshofrat)iudicio cameraeImperial Chamber Court (Iudicium Camerae Imperialis, Sąd Kameralny Rzeszy, Reichskammergericht), one of two highest judicial institutions in the Holy Roman Empire, founded in 1495 at the Imperial Diet of Worms (the other one being the Aulic Council - Reichshofrat) scribendae nihil proderunt, nam soliti sunt et consueti officiales imperii istas Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimi domini meiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria Gdańsk (Danzig, Dantiscum), city in northern Poland, on the Bay of Gdańsk at the mouth of the Vistula, on the Baltic, the biggest and wealthiest of the three Great Prussian Cities (Gdańsk, Thorn (Toruń), and Elbing (Elbląg)) with representation in the Council of Royal Prussia; a member of the Hanseatic League

Elbing (Elbląg), city in northern Poland, Pomerania, on the Vistula Lagoon, one of the three Great Prussian Cities (beside Gdańsk (Danzig) and Thorn (Toruń)) which had representatives in the Prussian Council; member of the Hanseatic League
civitatesGdańsk (Danzig, Dantiscum), city in northern Poland, on the Bay of Gdańsk at the mouth of the Vistula, on the Baltic, the biggest and wealthiest of the three Great Prussian Cities (Gdańsk, Thorn (Toruń), and Elbing (Elbląg)) with representation in the Council of Royal Prussia; a member of the Hanseatic League

Elbing (Elbląg), city in northern Poland, Pomerania, on the Vistula Lagoon, one of the three Great Prussian Cities (beside Gdańsk (Danzig) and Thorn (Toruń)) which had representatives in the Prussian Council; member of the Hanseatic League
semper molestare, cum nihil iuris ad eas habeant et nulli, quam serenissimo domino meo, sint subiectae. Unde rogo, ut simpliciter officialibus imperii scribatur, ne praedictas Gdańsk (Danzig, Dantiscum), city in northern Poland, on the Bay of Gdańsk at the mouth of the Vistula, on the Baltic, the biggest and wealthiest of the three Great Prussian Cities (Gdańsk, Thorn (Toruń), and Elbing (Elbląg)) with representation in the Council of Royal Prussia; a member of the Hanseatic League

Elbing (Elbląg), city in northern Poland, Pomerania, on the Vistula Lagoon, one of the three Great Prussian Cities (beside Gdańsk (Danzig) and Thorn (Toruń)) which had representatives in the Prussian Council; member of the Hanseatic League
civitatesGdańsk (Danzig, Dantiscum), city in northern Poland, on the Bay of Gdańsk at the mouth of the Vistula, on the Baltic, the biggest and wealthiest of the three Great Prussian Cities (Gdańsk, Thorn (Toruń), and Elbing (Elbląg)) with representation in the Council of Royal Prussia; a member of the Hanseatic League

Elbing (Elbląg), city in northern Poland, Pomerania, on the Vistula Lagoon, one of the three Great Prussian Cities (beside Gdańsk (Danzig) and Thorn (Toruń)) which had representatives in the Prussian Council; member of the Hanseatic League
deinceps prius consuetis evocationibus et taxationibus molestent, cum constet manifeste illas serenissimo Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaPoloniae regiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria et nulli alteri fore subditas, etsi quas illis solutiones imposuissent, ab omni exsecutione desisterent, nam prius numquam Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation (Empire, Reich, Imperium)imperioHoly Roman Empire of the German Nation (Empire, Reich, Imperium), sed superinscribedsedsed superinscribed soli serenissimo domino meo contribuerunt et sub illius ditione sunt et fuerunt.

Ad quinti articuli responsum replicatur: illustrissima domina Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforzadux MediolaniIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza numquam est conquesta Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimo domino meoSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria neque quicquam indebite on the margin in place of crossed-out...... illegible...... illegible indebite indebite on the margin in place of crossed-out... in hac hereditate quaesivit, sed omni, qua potuit, observantia erga Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilemaiestatem caesareamCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile mediis et modis, quibus debuit et potuit melioribus et aptioribus iurique convenientibus, hanc hereditatem prosecuta est. Quare Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilemaiestas caesareaCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile non habet ansam credendi Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzaillamIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza a debita observantia deviasse, cum nihil aliud in hac hereditate, quam id, quod iuris est, fecerit neque ego huc missus sum, ut illustrissimae dominae duci caesaris indignationem, sed maiorem, quam fuit ante, illius gratiam et benevolentiam Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimi domini meiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria nomine conciliarem.

4 IDT  334 Memorial of Ioannes Dantiscus submitted to the Emperor Charles V von Habsburg on behalf of the Queen Bona Sforza; Gattinara’s reply on behalf of the Emperor    [Valladolid?]    [1524-10-10 — 1524-10-14?]

Manuscript sources:
1fair copy in Latin, in secretary's hand, author's signature, reply in the hand of Mercurino Gattinara, BCz, 1598, p. 431-432

 

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BCz 1598, p. 431

Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of CastileSacratissimae Maiestati CaesareaeCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile supplicatur nomine serenissimae dominae Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonreginae PoloniaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon, quod cum illius mater illustrissima domina Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzaIsabellaIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza dux Milan (Mediolanum, Milano), duchy in northern ItalyMediolaniMilan (Mediolanum, Milano), duchy in northern Italy et Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of PolandBariiBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland etc. proxima fuit morti neque, ut in fine vitae contingere solet, compos satis erat mentis, quaedam legata pro suis Bianca Gallarati

Alfonso Gualandi

Giovanni Antonio Pizzoli

Isabella Gualandi wife of Giovanni Antonio Pizzoli
servitoribusBianca Gallarati

Alfonso Gualandi

Giovanni Antonio Pizzoli

Isabella Gualandi wife of Giovanni Antonio Pizzoli
facere fuit coacta, quae quidem et contra capitula sunt matrimonii inter illam et serenissimum Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaPoloniae regemSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria contracti per manum ipsius illustrissimae olim ducis signata et contra privilegium Sacratissimae Maiestatis Caesareae, cum adhuc ageret in Flanders (Flandria), county in the Low Countries, part of the Habsburg Netherlands from 1482, today corresponding to the Belgian provinces of Western Flanders and Eastern Flanders, the region of Zeeuws-Vlaanderen in the Netherlands and part of the Département du Nord in FranceFlandriaFlanders (Flandria), county in the Low Countries, part of the Habsburg Netherlands from 1482, today corresponding to the Belgian provinces of Western Flanders and Eastern Flanders, the region of Zeeuws-Vlaanderen in the Netherlands and part of the Département du Nord in France, concessum. In quo cautum habetur, quod ipsa illustrissima domina Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzaduxIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza post felicia connubia ipsius serenissimae Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of AragonreginaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon filiae suae nihil de bonis suis alienare obligare seu donare posset, ut in eo latius continetur, unde, cum quidam de dictis Bianca Gallarati

Alfonso Gualandi

Giovanni Antonio Pizzoli

Isabella Gualandi wife of Giovanni Antonio Pizzoli
servitoribusBianca Gallarati

Alfonso Gualandi

Giovanni Antonio Pizzoli

Isabella Gualandi wife of Giovanni Antonio Pizzoli
legata huiusmodi exsecutionem habere cupiant, serenissima regina Poloniae per oratorem suum a Sacratissima Maiestate Caesarea rogat, ne in praeiudicium suum written overipsiusipsius suum suum written overipsius quicquam eis per maiestat is written over...... illegible...... illegible is is written over... caesareae consensum concedatur, sed in praesentia oratoris de his legatis per decretum Caesareae Maiestatis absolvantur, cum perpetui silentii impositione, quo post oratoris discessum, hac in re nihil novi moliri possint, quod ipsa serenissima domina regina omnibus officiis et studiis ubi rursus maiestati caesareae obsequi et gratificari poterit, promereri semper conabitur.

Ioannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), diplomat, neo-Latin poet and traveller; 1504 royal scribe; 1507 referendary for Prussian affairs at the court of Sigismund Jagiellon; 1508-1513 royal envoy to Prussian towns and to the Prussian assemblies; 1515 secretary of the Polish legation at the imperial court; in 1516-1532 envoy in the service of the king of Poland Sigismund Jagiellon and emperors Maximilian and Charles V of Habsburg; 1529 Kulm canon; 1530-1537 bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 bishop of ErmlandIoannes DantiscusIoannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), diplomat, neo-Latin poet and traveller; 1504 royal scribe; 1507 referendary for Prussian affairs at the court of Sigismund Jagiellon; 1508-1513 royal envoy to Prussian towns and to the Prussian assemblies; 1515 secretary of the Polish legation at the imperial court; in 1516-1532 envoy in the service of the king of Poland Sigismund Jagiellon and emperors Maximilian and Charles V of Habsburg; 1529 Kulm canon; 1530-1537 bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 bishop of Ermland etc. serenissimorum Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaregisSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria et Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonreginae PoloniaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon orator manu propria.

Quod cum Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilecaesarea maiestasCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile nusquam talis testamenti seu ultimae voluntatis notitiam habuerit sicque nullam hisce legatis auctoritatem sive consensum praestiterit nec praestari mandaverit, nec tamen inauditis partibus quidquam sit statuendum, ideo ipsa caesarea et catholica maiestas decrevit huiusmodi negotium Charles de Lannoy (*ca. 1487 – †1527), first Count of Lannoy (1526-1527), Lord of Sanzeilles, Erquelines and Mingoval, soldier and statesman in the service of the Habsburgs ; 1521 Governor of Tournai, 1522-1523, 1526-1527 Viceroy of Naples, 1523-1527 commander in chief of Imperial armies in ItalyviceregiCharles de Lannoy (*ca. 1487 – †1527), first Count of Lannoy (1526-1527), Lord of Sanzeilles, Erquelines and Mingoval, soldier and statesman in the service of the Habsburgs ; 1521 Governor of Tournai, 1522-1523, 1526-1527 Viceroy of Naples, 1523-1527 commander in chief of Imperial armies in Italy et in eius absentia Collateral Council of the Emperor in Naples consilio colaterali NeapolisCollateral Council of the Emperor in Naples remittendum, ut super huiusmodi supplicatis partibus auditis, quod iustum fuerit, decernant et interim ad executionem praetensorum legatorum in vim asserti testament<i> nequaquam procedant, nisi cum debita causae cognitione et iustitia praevia, auditis ipsa serenissima Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of AragonreginaBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon et his, qui pro ea legitime intervenerint, prout iuri ac iustitiae convenire videbitur.

Mercurino Arborio di Gattinara (*1465 – †1530), humanist, jurist, trusted and influential advisor to Charles V; 1501 entered the service of the Habsburgs as legal counsel to Duchess Margaret of Austria, 1504 advisor and President of the Privy Council of Margaret of Austria, after the governoship of the Netherlands was entrusted to her, 1518 Grand Chancellor of Castile and later of Charles V as Roman Emperor, 1529 Cardinal of St. Giovanni a Porta Latina (after the death of his wife, Andreetta Avogadro) (DE VOCHT 1961, p. 12; CE, vol. 2, p. 76-80)M(ercurinu)sMercurino Arborio di Gattinara (*1465 – †1530), humanist, jurist, trusted and influential advisor to Charles V; 1501 entered the service of the Habsburgs as legal counsel to Duchess Margaret of Austria, 1504 advisor and President of the Privy Council of Margaret of Austria, after the governoship of the Netherlands was entrusted to her, 1518 Grand Chancellor of Castile and later of Charles V as Roman Emperor, 1529 Cardinal of St. Giovanni a Porta Latina (after the death of his wife, Andreetta Avogadro) (DE VOCHT 1961, p. 12; CE, vol. 2, p. 76-80)

BCz 1598, p. 432
5 IDT  338 Memorial of Ioannes Dantiscus submitted on behalf of the King Sigismund I Jagiellon and of the Queen Bona Sforza to the Emperor Charles V von Habsburg, with inserted replies from the Great Chancellor of the Emperor, Mercurino Gattinara    [Toledo]    [1525-05-04 — 1525-06-01]

Manuscript sources:
1office copy in Latin, in secretary's hand, BNW, BOZ, 2053, TG 27, No. 3542, f. 220r-221v

 

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Sacratissimae Caesareae et Catholicae Maiestati nomine serenissimorum Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaregisSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria et Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonreginae PoloniaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon reverenter exponitur, quod cum divus olim Maximilian I of Habsburg (*1459 – †1519), from 1486 King of the Romans, actual ruler of the Empire from the death of Frederick III (1493), 1508-1519 Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation; son of Emperor Frederick III and Eleanor of Portugalcaesar MaximilianusMaximilian I of Habsburg (*1459 – †1519), from 1486 King of the Romans, actual ruler of the Empire from the death of Frederick III (1493), 1508-1519 Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation; son of Emperor Frederick III and Eleanor of Portugal praeclarissimae memoriae inter ipsos serenissimos regem et reginam auctor et auspex matrimonii fuerit, pacta conventiones et quaedam capitula desuper per serenissimum regem praedictum et illustrissimam olim dominam Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzaIsabellam de AragoniaIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza erant confecta , in quibus illustrissima domina dux assensum Serenissimae Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castiletunc Catholicae MaiestatisCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile ratione successionis et huius matrimonii se impetraturam pollicetur, quem ipsi serenissimi principes rex et regina Poloniae certo a Maiestate Catholica fuisse impetratum sibi persuadent. Cum autem Deo sic volente illustrissima domina Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzaduxIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza superiori anno e vivis cessit, post eius mortem huiusmodi assensus fortassis per aliquos oppressus inveniri non potuit. Qua de re nominibus, quibus supra, Sacratissimae Caesareae et on the marginCaesareae etCaesareae et on the margin Catholicae Maiestati supplicatur, ut denuo a tempore contractus paper damaged[us]us paper damaged istiusmodi assensum conventionumque et capitulorum praedicti matrimonii confirmationem dare et benigniter paper damaged[r]r paper damaged concedere dignetur, omnem defectum tam iuris, quam facti ac etiam negligentiae cuiuscumque supplendo, decernendo etiam omnia et singula contra huiusmodi matrimonii on the marginmatrimoniimatrimonii on the margin capitula iam consummati in praeiudicium directe vel indirecte, publice vel occulte, quovis quaesito colore vel ingenio, sive de iure, sive de facto, sive consensu et voluntate ipsorum serenissimorum Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaregisSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria et BNW BOZ 2053 TG 27, No. 3542, f. 220v Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonreginae PoloniaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon per olim illustrissimam dominam Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzaducemIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza forsitan facta nullius roboris et firmitatis, fuisseque semper illius Caesaream et Catholicam Maiestatem illius voluntatis et animi, quod ipsa capitula aut omnia et singula in eis contenta ab illorum initio et conclusione suum debitum sortirentur effectum.

Decretatio Mercurino Arborio di Gattinara (*1465 – †1530), humanist, jurist, trusted and influential advisor to Charles V; 1501 entered the service of the Habsburgs as legal counsel to Duchess Margaret of Austria, 1504 advisor and President of the Privy Council of Margaret of Austria, after the governoship of the Netherlands was entrusted to her, 1518 Grand Chancellor of Castile and later of Charles V as Roman Emperor, 1529 Cardinal of St. Giovanni a Porta Latina (after the death of his wife, Andreetta Avogadro) (DE VOCHT 1961, p. 12; CE, vol. 2, p. 76-80)cancellariiMercurino Arborio di Gattinara (*1465 – †1530), humanist, jurist, trusted and influential advisor to Charles V; 1501 entered the service of the Habsburgs as legal counsel to Duchess Margaret of Austria, 1504 advisor and President of the Privy Council of Margaret of Austria, after the governoship of the Netherlands was entrusted to her, 1518 Grand Chancellor of Castile and later of Charles V as Roman Emperor, 1529 Cardinal of St. Giovanni a Porta Latina (after the death of his wife, Andreetta Avogadro) (DE VOCHT 1961, p. 12; CE, vol. 2, p. 76-80):

Ad articulum retro scriptum fiant litterae assensus in forma et cum clausulis ac cautelis solitis, quae effectum operentur a tempore contractus <initi>. Quo autem ad irritationem eorum, quae contra dicta capitula matrimonii gesta fuissent forent, ac suppletionem defectuum, cum ista iuridice fieri nequeant, nisi causa cognita et auditis his, quorum interest, poterunt super his fieri litterae iustitiae in forma.

Et quia in quarto capitulorum matrimonii articulo quaedam oriri possit difficultas, ubi cautum habetur, quod ipsa olim illustrissima domina Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzaduxIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza de omnibus bonis, tam feudalibus, quam burgensaticis, quibuscumque nominibus designatis nihil posset sine expresso consensu serenissimorum Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaregisSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria et Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of AragonreginaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon vendere donare aut quovis alio modo alienare, sed tantum de annuis praedictorum bonorum reditibus illi licere facere, quod libuerit, integram omnium rerum successionem ipsi serenissimae dominae reginae filiae suae relinquendo, supplicatur nominibus, quibus supra, Sacratissimae Caesareae et Catholicae Maiestati, hunc articulum velit latius interpretari, videlicet quod ipsi illustrissimae dominae duci licuisset de annuis BNW BOZ 2053 TG 27, No. 3542, f. 221r reditibus facere, quod libuerit, vita dumtaxat illius durante, quod tamen ex praemissis et sequentibus in eodem articulo alias etiam satis liquide intelligitur.

Decretatio Mercurino Arborio di Gattinara (*1465 – †1530), humanist, jurist, trusted and influential advisor to Charles V; 1501 entered the service of the Habsburgs as legal counsel to Duchess Margaret of Austria, 1504 advisor and President of the Privy Council of Margaret of Austria, after the governoship of the Netherlands was entrusted to her, 1518 Grand Chancellor of Castile and later of Charles V as Roman Emperor, 1529 Cardinal of St. Giovanni a Porta Latina (after the death of his wife, Andreetta Avogadro) (DE VOCHT 1961, p. 12; CE, vol. 2, p. 76-80)cancellariiMercurino Arborio di Gattinara (*1465 – †1530), humanist, jurist, trusted and influential advisor to Charles V; 1501 entered the service of the Habsburgs as legal counsel to Duchess Margaret of Austria, 1504 advisor and President of the Privy Council of Margaret of Austria, after the governoship of the Netherlands was entrusted to her, 1518 Grand Chancellor of Castile and later of Charles V as Roman Emperor, 1529 Cardinal of St. Giovanni a Porta Latina (after the death of his wife, Andreetta Avogadro) (DE VOCHT 1961, p. 12; CE, vol. 2, p. 76-80):

Cum verba contractuum a iure interpretationem recipiant, qui licet ab initio sint voluntatis, tamen ex post facto sunt necessitatis, non potest talis declaratio iuste fieri, nisi auditis partibus, quarum interest, ideo iudicialiter petenda est.

Cumque eiusmodi assensus capitulorum confirmatio et articuli praedicti interpretatio facta fuerit, Sacratissimae Caesareae et Catholicae Maiestati iterum nominibus, quibus supra, supplicatur, dignetur exsecutoribus testamenti illustrissimae olim dominae Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzaducisIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza committere et mandare, quod in testamenti exsecutione nihil attemptent seu agere praesumant, quod in capitulorum praedicti matrimonii denuo confirmatorum defectum aut detrimentum vergere possit. Quod ipsi serenissimi principes Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriarexSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria et Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonregina PoloniaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon fraternis studiis et officiis modisque, quibus umquam poterint omnibus, Sacratissimae Caesareae et Catholicae Maiestati referre semper curabunt.

Decretatio Mercurino Arborio di Gattinara (*1465 – †1530), humanist, jurist, trusted and influential advisor to Charles V; 1501 entered the service of the Habsburgs as legal counsel to Duchess Margaret of Austria, 1504 advisor and President of the Privy Council of Margaret of Austria, after the governoship of the Netherlands was entrusted to her, 1518 Grand Chancellor of Castile and later of Charles V as Roman Emperor, 1529 Cardinal of St. Giovanni a Porta Latina (after the death of his wife, Andreetta Avogadro) (DE VOCHT 1961, p. 12; CE, vol. 2, p. 76-80)cancellariiMercurino Arborio di Gattinara (*1465 – †1530), humanist, jurist, trusted and influential advisor to Charles V; 1501 entered the service of the Habsburgs as legal counsel to Duchess Margaret of Austria, 1504 advisor and President of the Privy Council of Margaret of Austria, after the governoship of the Netherlands was entrusted to her, 1518 Grand Chancellor of Castile and later of Charles V as Roman Emperor, 1529 Cardinal of St. Giovanni a Porta Latina (after the death of his wife, Andreetta Avogadro) (DE VOCHT 1961, p. 12; CE, vol. 2, p. 76-80):

Mandetur exsecutoribus, quod nihil iniuste in praeiudicium partis supplicantis audeant attemptare, sed debito iuris ordine ac causa cognita ad dictam exsecutionem procedant, servatis de iure servandis.

6 IDT  428 Ioannes DANTISCUS to Charles V of Habsburg     s.l.    [1525-06-10 — 1525-06-30?]

Manuscript sources:
1register in German, 20th-century, B. PAU-PAN, 8250 (TK 12), f. 605
2copy in Latin, 20th-century, B. PAU-PAN, 8250 (TK 12), f. 603-604
3fair copy in Latin, autograph, AAWO, AB, Ef 32, f. 109

 

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AAWO, AB, Ef 32, f. 109r

Sacratissima Caesarea et Catholica Maiestas.

Superiori tempore, postquam cum collega meo nomine serenissimorum Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaregisSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria et Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonreginae PoloniaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon de Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandstatu BarensiBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland Maiestati Vestrae Sacratissimae homagium et iuramentum praestiti, dignata fuit Maiestas Vestra Sacratissima ipsis serenissimis Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
principibus meisSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
investitoriales concedere et sequestrum interpositum removere hac tamen adiecta condicione, quod Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandcastrum BarenseBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland nomine et impensis serenissimae dominae meae Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonreginae PoloniaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon servari deberet, pro cuius custodia illa teneretur deputare castellanum fidum et gratum Maiestati Vestrae Sacratissimae, qui antequam Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandhoc castrumBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland ad manus suas acciperet, iurare et promittere deberet, quod si causa sic foret cognita et decisa ipsum Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of PolandcastrumBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland cum pertinentiis suis serenissimae dominae Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of AragonreginaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon non pertinere, seu per sententiam illius proprietas vel successio alteri adiudicaretur, idem castellanus Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polanddictum castrumBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland cum pertinentiis in executionem iudicati relaxaret illi vel illis, quibus hoc castrum foret adiudicatum. Hanc condicionem interpositam serenissimi Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
principes meiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
susceperunt suntque parati Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandhoc castrumBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland cum castellano huiusmodi providere, iste vero castellanus per Charles de Lannoy (*ca. 1487 – †1527), first Count of Lannoy (1526-1527), Lord of Sanzeilles, Erquelines and Mingoval, soldier and statesman in the service of the Habsburgs ; 1521 Governor of Tournai, 1522-1523, 1526-1527 Viceroy of Naples, 1523-1527 commander in chief of Imperial armies in Italyillustrem dominum viceregemCharles de Lannoy (*ca. 1487 – †1527), first Count of Lannoy (1526-1527), Lord of Sanzeilles, Erquelines and Mingoval, soldier and statesman in the service of the Habsburgs ; 1521 Governor of Tournai, 1522-1523, 1526-1527 Viceroy of Naples, 1523-1527 commander in chief of Imperial armies in Italy huic castro praefectus ab illo secedere non vult, nisi prius haberet singulares Maiestatis Vestrae Sacratissimae litteras, quibus illi trina vice mandetur, quod Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of AragoncastroBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon cedat et quod a iuramento super conservatione castri praestito absolvatur. Proinde nominibus, quibus supra Maiestati Vestrae Sacratissimae supplico, dignetur tandem committere, quod serenissimi Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
principes meiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
sine longioribus moris in pristinam possesionem totius Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of PolandstatusBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland et istius castri restituantur, illisque de istiusmodi ad castellanum litteris benigniter providere, ne iterum post tot difficultates aliqua nova suboriatur, quod serenissimi principes mei suis fraternis studiis et officiis modisque, quibus umquam poterint omnibus Maiestati Vestrae Sacratissimae referre et erga illam perpetuo promereri curabunt.

Sacratissimae Cesareae et Catholicae Vestrae Maiestatis humillimus Ioannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), eminent diplomat and humanist in the service of the Jagiellons, neo-Latin poet; 1530-1537 Bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 Bishop of ErmlandIoannes DantiscusIoannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), eminent diplomat and humanist in the service of the Jagiellons, neo-Latin poet; 1530-1537 Bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 Bishop of Ermland etc. Serenissimorum Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaregisSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria et Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonreginae PoloniaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon orator

7 IDT  271 Ioannes DANTISCUS to Charles V of Habsburg        [1525-08-10 — 1525-08-18]

Manuscript sources:
1author's record in Latin, 16th-century, UUB, H. 155, f. 187-190
2copy in Latin, 20th-century, B. PAU-PAN, 8241 (TK 3), a. 1525, f. 39-45

 

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UUB, H.155, f. 187r

Sacratissima Vestra Caesarea et Catholica Maiestas.

Ex litteris serenissimorum dominorum meorum, Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaregisSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria et Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonreginae PoloniaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon, abunde intellexit illorum querelam de iniuria ab officialibus Sacratissimae Maiestatis Vestrae in mora remotionis sequestri illis illata. Quam et ego alias Maiestati Vestrae Sacratissimae aliquoties exposui, unde Maiestata Vestra Sacratissima nova mandata ad Collateral Council of the Emperor in Naples collaterale consiliumCollateral Council of the Emperor in Naples , ut Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonserenissima domina meaBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon non audito prius illustrissimo Mediolani duce aut quovis alio in integrum restitueretur, his diebus fieri commisit, reservato nihilominus castellano Barensi per ill(ustrem) or ill(ustrissimum)ill(ustrem)ill(ustrem) or ill(ustrissimum) dominum Andrea Carafa della Spina (†1526), Count of Santa Severina; 1523-10-20 - 1526-06 locum-tenens of viceroy of Naples (POCIECHA 2, p. 254)viceregemAndrea Carafa della Spina (†1526), Count of Santa Severina; 1523-10-20 - 1526-06 locum-tenens of viceroy of Naples (POCIECHA 2, p. 254) instituto contra primam sententiam et voluntatem Maiestatis Vestrae Sacratissimae. Qua decreverat, quod Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonserenissima domina meaBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon castellanum fidum et gratum Maiestati Vestrae Sacratissimae, donec aliter foret cognitum, deputare deberet. Ad praesens vero hoc decreto mutato Maiestas Vestra Sacratissima magnificum Hernando de Alarcón (*1466 – †1540), famous Spanish general, participant in war of Granada and Italian Wars, trusted advisor of Emperor Charles V of Habsburg; after the battle of Pavia (1525) Francis I King of France was committed to his custody; after the Sack of Rome (1527) he also guarded the captive Pope Clement VII; viceroy of Calabria, marquis de Valera and castellan of Castelnuovo in Naples (LARRAÑAGA, p. 412)Ferdinandum de AlarconHernando de Alarcón (*1466 – †1540), famous Spanish general, participant in war of Granada and Italian Wars, trusted advisor of Emperor Charles V of Habsburg; after the battle of Pavia (1525) Francis I King of France was committed to his custody; after the Sack of Rome (1527) he also guarded the captive Pope Clement VII; viceroy of Calabria, marquis de Valera and castellan of Castelnuovo in Naples (LARRAÑAGA, p. 412) pro castellano vult designari. Quod Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
serenissimi principes meiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
tam indignis modis duci et versari gravissimo ferunt animo supplicantque per me Sacratissimae Maiestati Vestrae illamque iterum atque iterum summopere rogant, velit in priore sua voluntate, quod dignum et caesareo nomine atque animo conveniens est, persistere Hernando de Alarcón (*1466 – †1540), famous Spanish general, participant in war of Granada and Italian Wars, trusted advisor of Emperor Charles V of Habsburg; after the battle of Pavia (1525) Francis I King of France was committed to his custody; after the Sack of Rome (1527) he also guarded the captive Pope Clement VII; viceroy of Calabria, marquis de Valera and castellan of Castelnuovo in Naples (LARRAÑAGA, p. 412)castellanoqueHernando de Alarcón (*1466 – †1540), famous Spanish general, participant in war of Granada and Italian Wars, trusted advisor of Emperor Charles V of Habsburg; after the battle of Pavia (1525) Francis I King of France was committed to his custody; after the Sack of Rome (1527) he also guarded the captive Pope Clement VII; viceroy of Calabria, marquis de Valera and castellan of Castelnuovo in Naples (LARRAÑAGA, p. 412) huic praeter scientiam serenissimae dominae meae constituto mandare, ut Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandcastrum BarenseBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland in manus serenissimae dominae meae cedat et resignet, eumque aliquo alio officio seu magistratu contentum reddere certum habitura, quod serenissima domina mea ad hoc castrum personam gratam et fidam Sacratissimae Maiestati Vestrae ex Naples (Napoli, Neapolis), city in Italy, on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea, capital of the region of Campaniaregno NeapolitanoNaples (Napoli, Neapolis), city in Italy, on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea, capital of the region of Campania, donec aliter cognitum fuerit, praeficiet. Sperantque Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
serenissimi principes meiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
, quod Sacratissima Maiestas Vestra ea in re illorum ac coniunctionis et necessitudinis cum Maiestate Vestra mutuae benigniorem habebit rationem neque illos tam indignis modis turbari atque circumduci patietur.

Maiestas caesarea non putat priori decreto derogatum seu contraventum. Si lite pendenti et donec de iuribus(?) partium sit cognitum, nominetur et declaretur persona grata et fida suae maiestati, cui per serenissimos regem et reginam committatur custodia dicti castri et qui habeat praestare iur(amen)tum ipsi caesareae maiestati iuxta formam eiusdem primi decreti. Et ideo grave censeri non debent ipsi serenissimis regi et reginae, si magnificus dominus Ferdinandus de Alarcone magis gratus et fidus ad hoc videatur electus, qui nihilominus decreti formam est servaturus. in next line, in the hand of Mercurino GattinaraCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of CastileMaiestas caesareaCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile non putat priori decreto derogatum seu contraventum. Si lite pendenti et donec de iuribus(?) partium sit cognitum, nominetur et declaretur persona grata et fida Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilesuae maiestatiCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile, cui per serenissimos Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaregemSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria et Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of AragonreginamBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon committatur custodia Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polanddicti castriBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland et qui habeat praestare iur(amen)tum ipsi caesareae maiestati iuxta formam eiusdem primi decreti. Et ideo grave censeri non debent ipsi serenissimis Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaregiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria et Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of AragonreginaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon, si magnificus dominus Hernando de Alarcón (*1466 – †1540), famous Spanish general, participant in war of Granada and Italian Wars, trusted advisor of Emperor Charles V of Habsburg; after the battle of Pavia (1525) Francis I King of France was committed to his custody; after the Sack of Rome (1527) he also guarded the captive Pope Clement VII; viceroy of Calabria, marquis de Valera and castellan of Castelnuovo in Naples (LARRAÑAGA, p. 412)Ferdinandus de AlarconeHernando de Alarcón (*1466 – †1540), famous Spanish general, participant in war of Granada and Italian Wars, trusted advisor of Emperor Charles V of Habsburg; after the battle of Pavia (1525) Francis I King of France was committed to his custody; after the Sack of Rome (1527) he also guarded the captive Pope Clement VII; viceroy of Calabria, marquis de Valera and castellan of Castelnuovo in Naples (LARRAÑAGA, p. 412) magis gratus et fidus ad hoc videatur electus, qui nihilominus decreti formam est servaturus.Maiestas caesarea non putat priori decreto derogatum seu contraventum. Si lite pendenti et donec de iuribus(?) partium sit cognitum, nominetur et declaretur persona grata et fida suae maiestati, cui per serenissimos regem et reginam committatur custodia dicti castri et qui habeat praestare iur(amen)tum ipsi caesareae maiestati iuxta formam eiusdem primi decreti. Et ideo grave censeri non debent ipsi serenissimis regi et reginae, si magnificus dominus Ferdinandus de Alarcone magis gratus et fidus ad hoc videatur electus, qui nihilominus decreti formam est servaturus. in next line, in the hand of Mercurino Gattinara

Iniunxerunt etiam mihi, ut confirmationem articulorum matrimonii inter Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
eosSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
a Maiestate Vestra Sacratissima impetrarem. Quam cum Maiestas Vestra Sacratissima non gravate superioribus diebus concessit, erit Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
serenissimis principi UUB, H.155, f. 187vbus meisSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
apprime gratum, ut autem huiusmodi articuli vigore con leaf deeply bound[n]n leaf deeply boundfirmationis Maiestatis Vestrae Sacratissimae effectum suum sortiantur, serenissimi principes leaf deeply bound[s]s leaf deeply bound mei Maiestatem Vestram Sacratissimam rogant plurimum, ut quemadmodum prius executo leaf deeply bound[to]to leaf deeply boundribus testamenti illustrissimae olim dominae Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforzaducis MediolaniIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza et Collateral Council of the Emperor in Naples collaterali consilioCollateral Council of the Emperor in Naples inhibuit, ne ad istiusmodi testamenti executionem procederent. Hoc illis iterum velit iubere, nam dominus probably Andrea Carafa della Spina (†1526), Count of Santa Severina; 1523-10-20 - 1526-06 locum-tenens of viceroy of Naples (POCIECHA 2, p. 254)vicerexprobably Andrea Carafa della Spina (†1526), Count of Santa Severina; 1523-10-20 - 1526-06 locum-tenens of viceroy of Naples (POCIECHA 2, p. 254) in grave praeiudicium principum meorum Collateral Council of the Emperor in Naples collaterali consilioCollateral Council of the Emperor in Naples scripsit, ut testamenti executio fieret, quod esset ex diametro priori commissioni Maiestatis Vestrae Sacratissimae atque ipsis etiam articulis matrimonialibus contrarium, in quibus cautum habetur illustrissimam olim Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforzadominam ducemIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza sine voluntate Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
principum meorumSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
hoc modo testari non potuisse. Quapropter  nominibus quibus supra Maiestati Vestrae Sacratissimae humiliter supplico, dignetur ipsos Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
principes meosSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
in eorum iustitia manutenere et conservare ac priorem suam inhibicionem leaf deeply bound[nem]nem leaf deeply bound novis mandatis validam facere. Quod Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
illiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
omnibus fraternis studiis et officiis modisque, quibus umquam poterint, referre ac perpetuo prome leaf deeply bound[e]e leaf deeply boundreri erga Maiestatem Vestram Sacratissimam curabunt.

            Habetur hic in publico ad Maiestatem Vestram Sacratissimam huc esse perscriptum, quo(niam) or quo(modo)quo(niam)quo(niam) or quo(modo) Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenisimus dominus meusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria contra religionem ecclesiae Romanae ac iura imperii Maiestatis Vestrae Sacratissimae cum illustri domino Albrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544)magistro PrussiaeAlbrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544) pacem fecerit. Quod cum Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimus dominus meusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria ex litteris meis intellexisset, sic ut omnia acta sunt, in notitiam Maiestatis Vestrae Sacratissimae secundum rei veritatem pervenire voluit. Non est incognitum Maiestati Vestrae Sacratissimae, quo(niam) or quo(modo)quo(niam)quo(niam) or quo(modo) superioribus annis bellum hoc pro iure Poland (Kingdom of Poland, Polonia)regni suiPoland (Kingdom of Poland, Polonia) ac Inhabitants of Poland subditorumInhabitants of Poland suorum tuitione Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimus dominus meusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria inuitus cum domino Albrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544)magistroAlbrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544) gessit, et deinde ad Holy See (Sedes Apostolica) Sedis ApostolicaeHoly See (Sedes Apostolica) ac Maiestatis Vestrae Sacratissimae aliorumque Christianorum regum et principum postulata, non gravate per quadriennales inducias remisit. Quae cum iam prope exspirarent et Inhabitants of Poland regnicolaeInhabitants of Poland Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimi domini meiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria, ut ulterius proro UUB, H.155, f. 188r garentur, nequaquam consentire vellent, quinimo ad prosequendum hoc bellum et ordinem ad debitam oboedientiam cogendum omnino persisterent, ipse dominus Albrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544)magisterAlbrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544) id sentiens, praemissis illustribus Georg von Hohenzollern der Fromme (*1484 – †1543), son of Friedrich, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach, and Zofia Jagiellon (nephew of king Sigismund I Jagiellon); brother of Albrecht von Hohenzollern; converted to Protestantism; Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach (NDB, Bd. 6, p. 204-205)Georgio marchioneGeorg von Hohenzollern der Fromme (*1484 – †1543), son of Friedrich, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach, and Zofia Jagiellon (nephew of king Sigismund I Jagiellon); brother of Albrecht von Hohenzollern; converted to Protestantism; Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach (NDB, Bd. 6, p. 204-205) fratre suo et Fryderyk II Legnicki (Fryderyk II of Legnica) (*1480 – †1547), 1498-1547 Duke of Legnica, 1521-1547 Duke of Brzeg; son of Fryderyk I duke of LegnicaFriderico duce LignicensiFryderyk II Legnicki (Fryderyk II of Legnica) (*1480 – †1547), 1498-1547 Duke of Legnica, 1521-1547 Duke of Brzeg; son of Fryderyk I duke of Legnica ad tractandum de pace, cum ipsis tractatibus ultro se ad Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimum dominum meumSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria contulit. Et quia Holy See (Sedes Apostolica) Sedes ApostolicaHoly See (Sedes Apostolica) et Maiestatas Vestra Sacratissima, serenissimus item Louis II Jagiellon (*1506 – †1526), 1516-1526 King of Bohemia and Hungary; son of Ladislaus II Jagiellon King of Bohemia and Hungary, killed in the battle of Mohács, and his third wife, Anne de FoixHungariae rexLouis II Jagiellon (*1506 – †1526), 1516-1526 King of Bohemia and Hungary; son of Ladislaus II Jagiellon King of Bohemia and Hungary, killed in the battle of Mohács, and his third wife, Anne de Foix cum aliis quibusdam principibus pauloante Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimum dominum meumSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria ad pacem et concordiam ineundam cum domino Albrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544)magistroAlbrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544) hortabantur resque idipsum Christiana, quae fere ubique intestinis dissidiis distrahitur, efflagitare videbatur, serenissimus dominus meus, qui alias pacis, ubi eam dignis modis habere potest, est amantissimus, facile ad hoc tam perniciosum bellum componendum consensit pacemque cum domino magistro, quae pro praesentium temporum ratione contingere potuit, confecit, ab eoque debitum suum ratione Prussia, region in central Europe, bordered by Pomerania, Poland, Lithuania and Livonia. From 1466 Prussia was divided into Royal Prussia (Prussia Regalis), which was a part of the Kingdom of Poland, and Teutonic Prussia (Prussia Ordinis Theutonici) – covering the remnants of the former territory of the Teutonic Order’s state in Prussia. In 1525, the Order’s last Grand Master, Albrecht von Hohenzollern, converted to Lutheranism and became the first lay duke in former Teutonic Prussia (dux in Prussia), which from then on was called Ducal Prussia (Prussia Ducalis). At that time, as a result of the treaty of Cracow, Ducal Prussia became a fief of the kings of Polandterrarum PrussiaePrussia, region in central Europe, bordered by Pomerania, Poland, Lithuania and Livonia. From 1466 Prussia was divided into Royal Prussia (Prussia Regalis), which was a part of the Kingdom of Poland, and Teutonic Prussia (Prussia Ordinis Theutonici) – covering the remnants of the former territory of the Teutonic Order’s state in Prussia. In 1525, the Order’s last Grand Master, Albrecht von Hohenzollern, converted to Lutheranism and became the first lay duke in former Teutonic Prussia (dux in Prussia), which from then on was called Ducal Prussia (Prussia Ducalis). At that time, as a result of the treaty of Cracow, Ducal Prussia became a fief of the kings of Poland, quae iustissimo titulo et antiquissimo hereditario iure ad Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimum dominum meumSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria ac Poland (Kingdom of Poland, Polonia)illius regnumPoland (Kingdom of Poland, Polonia) spectant, praestari written over eeii written over e sibi permisit, quod alias etiam maiores serenissimi domini mei ab hoc Teutonic Order (Order of Brothers of the German House of Saint Mary in Jerusalem, Ordo domus Sanctae Mariae Theutonicorum Hierosolymitanorum), military order founded at the end of the 12th centuryordineTeutonic Order (Order of Brothers of the German House of Saint Mary in Jerusalem, Ordo domus Sanctae Mariae Theutonicorum Hierosolymitanorum), military order founded at the end of the 12th century semper exigebant, et illis aliquoties fuit praestitum, ratus multo fore commodius stantibus sic nunc Europe (Europa), the continentorbis ChristianiEurope (Europa), the continent rebus, hoc modo sine armis debitum suum consequi, quam illud furore bellico extorquere.

Quod vero dominus Albrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544)magisterAlbrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544) a professione sua descivit, nulla Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimo domino meoSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria ea in re culpa impingi potest, cum iampridem et dudum ante subditi domini magistri unacum fratribus Teutonic Order (Order of Brothers of the German House of Saint Mary in Jerusalem, Ordo domus Sanctae Mariae Theutonicorum Hierosolymitanorum), military order founded at the end of the 12th centuryordinisTeutonic Order (Order of Brothers of the German House of Saint Mary in Jerusalem, Ordo domus Sanctae Mariae Theutonicorum Hierosolymitanorum), military order founded at the end of the 12th century ab institutis ac oboedientia Roman Catholic Church Sanctae Romanae EcclesiaeRoman Catholic Church defecissent, iamque illic inter eos non solum de hoc ordine et professione, verum etiam de tota prorsus religione actum esset. Cui errori adeo nullam unquam occasionem Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimus dominus meusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria praebuit, ut etiam in hac conficienda pace nihil non tentaverit, quo omnia sic composita fuissent. Quemadmodum constitutio et sanctae religionis catholicae observantia exigebat, hocque tractatus ipsi et istorum rerum actus liquido testabuntur. Effecit enim Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimus dominus meusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria tantum pro iurisdictione ecclesiastica ecclesiasticorumque bonorum restitutione, quae iam in illis terris funditus direpta et deplorata videbantur, quo Deo propitio ac Holy See (Sedes Apostolica) Sede ApostolicaHoly See (Sedes Apostolica) Maiestateque Vestra Sacratissima assistente reliqua sine magno strepitu ad normam et debitum modum aliquando reduci poterint. UUB, H.155, f. 188v Alia de religione inter Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimum dominum meumSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria et Albrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544)magistrumAlbrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544) acta non sunt, tum quia hoc interesse illius non videbatur, cum istius Teutonic Order (Order of Brothers of the German House of Saint Mary in Jerusalem, Ordo domus Sanctae Mariae Theutonicorum Hierosolymitanorum), military order founded at the end of the 12th centuryordinisTeutonic Order (Order of Brothers of the German House of Saint Mary in Jerusalem, Ordo domus Sanctae Mariae Theutonicorum Hierosolymitanorum), military order founded at the end of the 12th century institutor non fuerit, tum etiam, quod dudum prius sub ditione magistri de religione catholica et illius institutis omnibus votis et professione posthabita fuerat discessum. Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaSerenissimus dominus meusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria istius Teutonic Order (Order of Brothers of the German House of Saint Mary in Jerusalem, Ordo domus Sanctae Mariae Theutonicorum Hierosolymitanorum), military order founded at the end of the 12th centuryordinisTeutonic Order (Order of Brothers of the German House of Saint Mary in Jerusalem, Ordo domus Sanctae Mariae Theutonicorum Hierosolymitanorum), military order founded at the end of the 12th century curator numquam fuit, sed ab eo dumtaxat hereditarium ius suum ac Poland (Kingdom of Poland, Polonia)regniPoland (Kingdom of Poland, Polonia) sui necessario exegit sicque illi religio catholica semper fuit cordi, ut etiam facultates et sanguinem suum plerumque pro illa effundere non dubitaverit, tantum abest, ut ab illa opera et consensu suo quicquam per hanc transactionem detractum iri velit Luteranamque pestem eiusque perniciosissimum incendium, quo serenissimi domini mei proximus et maior paries ardet, quanta solicitudine et labore exstinguere atque a regno suo arcere conatus sit, satis illius edicta et variae ad Sedem Apostolicam leaf deeply bound[cam]cam leaf deeply bound ac alios principes legationes manifesto testimonio esse possunt.

Quapropter Maiestateque Vestra Sacratissima numquam sibi aliud de Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimo domino meoSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria et Inhabitants of Poland illius subditisInhabitants of Poland persuadere patiatur, quam id, quod Christiano regi Christianaeque fidei fratrique et consanguineo observandissimo Maiestatis Vestrae Sacratissimae conveniens est, neglectis aemulorum calumniis, qui illi et favorem benevolentiamque Maiestatis Vestrae Sacratissimae invident et hanc mutuam coniunctionem ac necessitudinem inter Maiestatem Vestram ferre nequeunt. Habitura Maiestatas Vestra Sacratissima eum fratrem et singularissimum amicum Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaPoloniae regemSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria dominum meum, qui nulli in amore et observantia erga Maiestatem Vestram cum vita et fortunis suis umquam sit cessurus.

Caesarea maiestas agit gratias serenissimo regi, quod tam diffuse dignatus fuerit rem hanc ipsi caesareae maiestati explicare et statum rei sigillatim diserere. Quae numquam credidit Suam Serenitatem tanta prudentia ac experientia suffultam quidquam attemptaturam seu admissuram, quod a Christiana religione alienum suisque dignitati ac aetati indecens videretur. in next line, in the hand of Mercurino GattinaraCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of CastileCaesarea maiestasCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile agit gratias Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimo regiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria, quod tam diffuse dignatus fuerit rem hanc ipsi caesareae maiestati explicare et statum rei sigillatim diserere. Quae numquam credidit Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaSuam SerenitatemSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria tanta prudentia ac experientia suffultam quidquam attemptaturam seu admissuram, quod a Christiana religione alienum suisque dignitati ac aetati indecens videretur.Caesarea maiestas agit gratias serenissimo regi, quod tam diffuse dignatus fuerit rem hanc ipsi caesareae maiestati explicare et statum rei sigillatim diserere. Quae numquam credidit Suam Serenitatem tanta prudentia ac experientia suffultam quidquam attemptaturam seu admissuram, quod a Christiana religione alienum suisque dignitati ac aetati indecens videretur. in next line, in the hand of Mercurino Gattinara

Perlata huc etiam fuit a Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimi domini meiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria malevolis vanissima quaedam fabula, quod ipse non solum dominum Albrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544)magistrumAlbrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544), ut a professione sua deficeret, induxerit, verumetiam Jadwiga (Hedwig) Jagiellon (*1513 – †1573), 1535–1571 Electress of Brandenburg; wife of Joachim II Hektor von Hohenzollern, Elector of Brandenburg, daughter of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland, and Queen Barbara Zápolyafiliam suam primogenitamJadwiga (Hedwig) Jagiellon (*1513 – †1573), 1535–1571 Electress of Brandenburg; wife of Joachim II Hektor von Hohenzollern, Elector of Brandenburg, daughter of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland, and Queen Barbara Zápolya illi in coniugem desponderit. Quantum hoc sit ab omni ratione et sano intellectu alienum, cum hoc numquam apud nostros tractatum, immo ne somniatum quidem extitit, Maiestatas Vestra Sacratissima pro sua incomparabili prudentia perpendat illosque, qui istiusmodi anilia deliramenta describunt, ut notam aliquam falso serenissimo domino meo inurerent cognoscat et ab illis sibi caveat. Reputetque secum istius Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimum dominum meumSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria et aetatis ac prudentiae UUB, H.155, f. 189r esse, quod tam enormis error, ne dicam turpitudo, in eum numquam Deo bene favente cadere possit.

Intellexi nuper male hic apud plerosque audire Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimum dominum meumSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria, quod cum Suleiman the Magnificent (*1494 – †1566), 1520-1566 Sultan of the Ottoman EmpireTurcaSuleiman the Magnificent (*1494 – †1566), 1520-1566 Sultan of the Ottoman Empire indutias fecerit aestimatumque est hoc pro magno quodam piaculo, quod tandem rebus suis consuluerit, verum cum Maiestatas Vestra Sacratissima causas, cur hoc factum sit, cognoverit, non poterit nisi boni consulere. Non ignorat Maiestatas Vestra Sacratissima et toti Europe (Europa), the continentChristiano orbiEurope (Europa), the continent cognitum est, quibus in discriminibus et extremis periculis iam a multis armis Poland (Kingdom of Poland, Polonia)

Lithuania
regnum et dominiaPoland (Kingdom of Poland, Polonia)

Lithuania
Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimi domini meiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria continue sint exposita. Quemadmodum ego id hac potissimum de causa ter in Spain (Hispania)HispaniasSpain (Hispania) ad Maiestatem Vestram Sacratissimam missus abunde coram in notitiam Maiestatis Vestrae perduxi. Meminit etiam Maiestatas Vestra Sacratissima, quam spem olim Leo X (Giovanni di Lorenzo de' Medici) (*1475 – †1521), 1513-1521 popesummi pontificesLeo X (Giovanni di Lorenzo de' Medici) (*1475 – †1521), 1513-1521 pope ac praeclarissimae memoriae divus Maximilian I of Habsburg (*1459 – †1519), from 1486 King of the Romans, actual ruler of the Empire from the death of Frederick III (1493), 1508-1519 Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation; son of Emperor Frederick III and Eleanor of PortugalMaximilianus caesarMaximilian I of Habsburg (*1459 – †1519), from 1486 King of the Romans, actual ruler of the Empire from the death of Frederick III (1493), 1508-1519 Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation; son of Emperor Frederick III and Eleanor of Portugal Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimo domino meoSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria et illius nepoti serenissimo Louis II Jagiellon (*1506 – †1526), 1516-1526 King of Bohemia and Hungary; son of Ladislaus II Jagiellon King of Bohemia and Hungary, killed in the battle of Mohács, and his third wife, Anne de FoixHungariae et Boemiae regiLouis II Jagiellon (*1506 – †1526), 1516-1526 King of Bohemia and Hungary; son of Ladislaus II Jagiellon King of Bohemia and Hungary, killed in the battle of Mohács, and his third wife, Anne de Foix dederant de Christianis principibus in concordiam reducendis ac generali contra infideles expeditione paranda. Qua hactenus inhaerentes pacemque et indutias a Suleiman the Magnificent (*1494 – †1566), 1520-1566 Sultan of the Ottoman EmpireTurcaSuleiman the Magnificent (*1494 – †1566), 1520-1566 Sultan of the Ottoman Empire oblatas recusantes, ipse Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimus dominus meusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria cum nepote suo Louis II Jagiellon (*1506 – †1526), 1516-1526 King of Bohemia and Hungary; son of Ladislaus II Jagiellon King of Bohemia and Hungary, killed in the battle of Mohács, and his third wife, Anne de FoixHungariae regeLouis II Jagiellon (*1506 – †1526), 1516-1526 King of Bohemia and Hungary; son of Ladislaus II Jagiellon King of Bohemia and Hungary, killed in the battle of Mohács, and his third wife, Anne de Foix ingens detrimentum et damnum irrecuperabile his proximis annis passi sunt, unde et universa Europe (Europa), the continentrespublica ChristianaEurope (Europa), the continent non parum fuit inclinata. Qua de re Inhabitants of Poland subditi et regnicolaeInhabitants of Poland Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimi domini meiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria considerantes non modo sopiri bella Christianorum intestina, verumetiam illa indies augeri et magis exasperari nequaquam voluerunt in ea spe generalis expeditionis diutius pendere et tantas infidelium vires, quibus se impares cognoverunt, citra ullius auxilium sustinere, praesertim cum pro comperto haberetur Vasily III Ivanovich Rurikid (*1479 – †1533), 1505-1533 Grand Duke of Muscovy; son of Ivan III Vasiliyevich and Sophia Paleologueducem MoscoviaeVasily III Ivanovich Rurikid (*1479 – †1533), 1505-1533 Grand Duke of Muscovy; son of Ivan III Vasiliyevich and Sophia Paleologue cum Suleiman the Magnificent (*1494 – †1566), 1520-1566 Sultan of the Ottoman EmpireTurcaSuleiman the Magnificent (*1494 – †1566), 1520-1566 Sultan of the Ottoman Empire foedera et societatem contra serenissimum dominum meum inivisse, intelligentesque ipsi serenissimi domini mei subditi praesen UUB, H.155, f. 189v tissimum sibi imminere discrimen, dum Turcus, Tartarus et dux Moscoviae simul eos iunctis viribus impeterent, serenissimum dominum meum ad indutias cum Turca faciendas adegerunt, intra quas leaf deeply bound[s]s leaf deeply bound aliquamdiu respirare et tot aliis hostibus, quorum vel unus maximo cuique regno satis esset, commodius resistere possent. Proinde leaf deeply bound[e]e leaf deeply bound Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimus dominus meusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria summopere rogat, ut si quid ea in re praeter Maiestatis Vestrae Sacratissimae sententiam factum sit, boni consulere dignetur. Quandoquidem et necessitas ipsa et subditorum Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimi domini meiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria continuae expostulationes id exigebant, ac etiam, quod Vasily III Ivanovich Rurikid (*1479 – †1533), 1505-1533 Grand Duke of Muscovy; son of Ivan III Vasiliyevich and Sophia Paleologuedux MoscoviaeVasily III Ivanovich Rurikid (*1479 – †1533), 1505-1533 Grand Duke of Muscovy; son of Ivan III Vasiliyevich and Sophia Paleologue se aperte The Ottoman Turks (Turcae) TurcisThe Ottoman Turks (Turcae) firmissimo foedere iunxit, et quod adhuc de certa inter Christianos principes pace nihil constare potest. Nihilominus tamen cum ad agendum aliquid in commune contra infideles ventum fuerit, Maiestatas Vestra Sacratissima persuasissimum sibi habeat Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimum dominum meumSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria cum omnibus gentibus et viribus suis, ut Christianum regem et fratrem integerrimum atque observandissimum Maiestatis Vestrae Sacratissimae decebit, non postremum futurum.

Sacratissimae Maiestatis Vestrae humillimus Ioannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), eminent diplomat and humanist in the service of the Jagiellons, neo-Latin poet; 1530-1537 Bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 Bishop of ErmlandIoannes DantiscusIoannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), eminent diplomat and humanist in the service of the Jagiellons, neo-Latin poet; 1530-1537 Bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 Bishop of Ermland, serenissimi Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaPoloniae regisSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria etc. orator

8 IDT  175 Ioannes DANTISCUS to Charles V of Habsburg     s.l.    [1525]

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1author's record in Latin, 16th-century, BCz, 403, p. 756-761

 

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BCz 403, p. 756

Sacratissimae Caesareae et Catholicae Maiestati

Nomine serenissimorum Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaregisSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria et Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonreginae PoloniaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon per eorum oratorem reverenter exponitur, quemadmodum anno praeterito, cum quondam illustrissima Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzaIsabella de AragoniaIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza ducissa Mediolani mater et socrus ipsorum serenissimorum regum suum diem clausisset extremum superstite ipsa serenissima regina eius unica filia legitima et naturali ac universali herede et succeditrice in omnibus bonis praedictae eius matris et signanter in Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandducatu BariBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland et Rossano, duchy in southern Italy, Calabriaprincipatu RossaniRossano, duchy in southern Italy, Calabria cum omnibus aliis castris et pertinentiis suis et feudo nominato Monteserico (Cascina Monte Serico), fief in Italy, feud belonging to the Italian inheritance of Bona Sforza, in Basilicata, now part of the commune of Genzano di LucaniaMontesericoMonteserico (Cascina Monte Serico), fief in Italy, feud belonging to the Italian inheritance of Bona Sforza, in Basilicata, now part of the commune of Genzano di Lucania, quae omnia praedicta quondam illustrissima ducissa tenu superinscribeduu superinscribederat et possederat iustis titulis et bona fide usque ad diem eius obitus, ipsa serenissima regina adepta fuisset possessionem dictorum feudorum et bonorum illaque tenuisset et possedisset certo temporis spatio percipiendo et percipi faciendo fructus, reditus et proventus ac exerceri faciendo iurisdic<t>ionem et per sacrum Collateral Council of the Emperor in Naples collaterale concilium regni NeapolisCollateral Council of the Emperor in Naples fuisset de facto ipsa non audita processum ad sequestrum sub praetextu certae regiae et caesareae ordinationis desuper emanatae, ut ipsum collaterale concilium praetendebat, habito recursu pro parte ipsorum serenissimorum regum et ad Vestram Caesaream et Catholicam Maiestatem super revocatione dicti asserti sequestri obtentis a Caesarea Vestra Maiestate litteris confirmationis et investiturae mediante iuramento ligii homagii ac etiam aliis provisionibus directis ill(ustr)i don Charles de Lannoy (*ca. 1487 – †1527), first Count of Lannoy (1526-1527), Lord of Sanzeilles, Erquelines and Mingoval, soldier and statesman in the service of the Habsburgs ; 1521 Governor of Tournai, 1522-1523, 1526-1527 Viceroy of Naples, 1523-1527 commander in chief of Imperial armies in ItalyCarolo de LanoyCharles de Lannoy (*ca. 1487 – †1527), first Count of Lannoy (1526-1527), Lord of Sanzeilles, Erquelines and Mingoval, soldier and statesman in the service of the Habsburgs ; 1521 Governor of Tournai, 1522-1523, 1526-1527 Viceroy of Naples, 1523-1527 commander in chief of Imperial armies in Italy viceregi dicti regni ac dicto collaterali concilio et cuilibet ipsorum in solidum circa revocationem et dissequestrationem dicti sequestri et possessionis praedictae ac reintegrationem ipsius praesentatis dictis provisionibus pro parte ipsorum serenissimorum regum in dicto collaterali concilio instatum fuit pro effectuali exsecutione ipsarum provisionum. Quibus intimatis fisci procuratori et advocato BCz 403, p. 757 et facta per ipsos responsione, quod dictae provisiones non debebant ex inconsulto praedicto don Charles de Lannoy (*ca. 1487 – †1527), first Count of Lannoy (1526-1527), Lord of Sanzeilles, Erquelines and Mingoval, soldier and statesman in the service of the Habsburgs ; 1521 Governor of Tournai, 1522-1523, 1526-1527 Viceroy of Naples, 1523-1527 commander in chief of Imperial armies in ItalyCarolo viceregeCharles de Lannoy (*ca. 1487 – †1527), first Count of Lannoy (1526-1527), Lord of Sanzeilles, Erquelines and Mingoval, soldier and statesman in the service of the Habsburgs ; 1521 Governor of Tournai, 1522-1523, 1526-1527 Viceroy of Naples, 1523-1527 commander in chief of Imperial armies in Italy, ex quo maxime de ordine leaf deeply bound[e leaf deeply bound, possibly ationeee leaf deeply bound, possibly atione]e leaf deeply bound ipsius dictum sequestrum factum fuerat, supersessum fuit circa dictam dissequestrationem et per dictum Collateral Council of the Emperor in Naples collaterale conciliumCollateral Council of the Emperor in Naples rescriptum leaf deeply bound[tum]tum leaf deeply bound eidem viceregi super praedictis, qua consultatione pendente, postmodum praesentatae fuerunt litterae Vestrae Caesareae Maiestatis dicto collaterali leaf deeply bound[ali]ali leaf deeply bound concilio, quibus mandatur, quod antequam procedatur ad dictam dissequestrationem, certioretur et moneatur illustrissimus Francesco II Sforza (*1495 – †1535), 1521-1535 the last Duke of Milan from the Sforza family; son of Ludovico Sforza and Beatrice d'Estedux Medio leaf deeply bound[io]io leaf deeply boundlaniFrancesco II Sforza (*1495 – †1535), 1521-1535 the last Duke of Milan from the Sforza family; son of Ludovico Sforza and Beatrice d'Este, quod transmittat procuratorem ad dicendum et allegandum iura sibi competentia adversus dictam dissequestrationem, adeo quod huc usque ius suum praedicti serenissimi reges consequi non potuerunt. Et q(uonia)m Sacratissima Caesarea et Catholica Maiestas dictum sequestrum iure fieri non potuit nec debuit, tum quia factum fuit (ut praedicitur) ipsis serenissimis Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
regibusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
non vocatis nec auditis et absque causae cognitione, tum etiam quia per capitula regni est optime provisum, quae quidem capitula sunt in viridi observantia, quod quando feudarius moritur, superstitibus descendentibus non fit sequestrum leaf deeply bound[trum]trum leaf deeply bound per curiam sed tunc tantum, quando non est, quis claro et aperto leaf deeply bound[o]o leaf deeply bound iure succedat. Cum ergo, quae de facto processerunt, de facto etiam debent rescindi et annullari, debet absque alia causae cognitione restitui dictum sequestrum in pristinum statum et possessio dicti status remanere in posse dictae serenissimae dominae reginae, praecipue, quia sic fuit provisum, decretum et ordinatum per Vestram Caesaream Maiestatem. Expeditae proinde provisiones et litterae investituriales, quae essent vanae et sine aliquo effectu, si ante leaf deeply bound[e]e leaf deeply bound dissequestrationem esset audienda aliqua pars et praecipue ipse illustris Francesco II Sforza (*1495 – †1535), 1521-1535 the last Duke of Milan from the Sforza family; son of Ludovico Sforza and Beatrice d'Estedux MediolaniFrancesco II Sforza (*1495 – †1535), 1521-1535 the last Duke of Milan from the Sforza family; son of Ludovico Sforza and Beatrice d'Este. Cum ergo ipsa serenissima Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of AragonreginaBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon parata sit stare iuri coram Vestra Caesarea Maiestate et deputatis per eam cum praedicto illustri Francesco II Sforza (*1495 – †1535), 1521-1535 the last Duke of Milan from the Sforza family; son of Ludovico Sforza and Beatrice d'EsteduciFrancesco II Sforza (*1495 – †1535), 1521-1535 the last Duke of Milan from the Sforza family; son of Ludovico Sforza and Beatrice d'Este et quibusvis aliis ius praetendentibus pro effectuali exsecutione iustitiae ipsius serenissimae BCz 403, p. 758 reginae et provisionum per Vestram Caesaream Maiestatem expeditarum debet provideri, quod absque mora et absque, quod in hoc citetur aut audiatur ipse illustris dux, restituatur possessio Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland

Rossano, duchy in southern Italy, Calabria
dicti statusBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland

Rossano, duchy in southern Italy, Calabria
eo modo, quo erat ante sequestrum praedictum, et id quod de facto processit, de facto annullari et postea parata est ipsa serenissima regina stare iuri. Propterea recurritur ad eandem Vestram on the marginVestramVestram on the margin Maiestatem illique supplicatur, ut dignetur ex certa sua scientia providere indemnitati ipsorum Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
[s]erenissimorum regum on the margin, in the hand of Dantiscuss leaf deeply bound[s]s leaf deeply bounderenissimorum regum[s]erenissimorum regum on the margin, in the hand of DantiscusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
ac mandare dicto Collateral Council of the Emperor in Naples collaterali concilioCollateral Council of the Emperor in Naples , quod statim et in continenti absque ulteriori mora et responsione dicti illustris Charles de Lannoy (*ca. 1487 – †1527), first Count of Lannoy (1526-1527), Lord of Sanzeilles, Erquelines and Mingoval, soldier and statesman in the service of the Habsburgs ; 1521 Governor of Tournai, 1522-1523, 1526-1527 Viceroy of Naples, 1523-1527 commander in chief of Imperial armies in ItalyviceregisCharles de Lannoy (*ca. 1487 – †1527), first Count of Lannoy (1526-1527), Lord of Sanzeilles, Erquelines and Mingoval, soldier and statesman in the service of the Habsburgs ; 1521 Governor of Tournai, 1522-1523, 1526-1527 Viceroy of Naples, 1523-1527 commander in chief of Imperial armies in Italy et dicti Francesco II Sforza (*1495 – †1535), 1521-1535 the last Duke of Milan from the Sforza family; son of Ludovico Sforza and Beatrice d'EsteducisFrancesco II Sforza (*1495 – †1535), 1521-1535 the last Duke of Milan from the Sforza family; son of Ludovico Sforza and Beatrice d'Este facte facta seu facienda re<d>integrent ipsos serenissimos reges in possessionem Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland

Rossano, duchy in southern Italy, Calabria
dictorum statusBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland

Rossano, duchy in southern Italy, Calabria
et bonorum, sicut erant ante sequestrum praedictum cum restitutione omnium et quorumcumque fructuum, redituum et proventuum inde perceptorum non obstantibus dictis litteris noviter emanatis ab eadem Maiestate Vestra, quod audiatur dictus illustris dux et etiam quod in dictis provisionibus obtentis pro parte ipsorum serenissimorum regum fuerit provisum, quod procedatur ad dictum dissequestrum vocatis vocandis, attentis praemissis, maxime cum ipsi serenissim<i> reges se superinscribedsese superinscribed offerant, prout alias obtulerunt, stare iuri cum praedicto illustri duce et alia implere, ad quae de iure tenerentur.

BCz 403, p. 759

Saepe etiam questus sum on the margin, in the hand of DantiscusSaepe etiam questus sumSaepe etiam questus sum on the margin, in the hand of Dantiscus nominibus etiam quibus supra reverenter exponitur, quod cum ipsa serenissima domina Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonregina PoloniaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon, post mortem illustrissimae olim dominae Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzaIsabellae de Aragonia ducis Mediolani leaf deeply bound[i]i leaf deeply bound et BariIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza etc. matris suae desideratissimae ut heres universalis in omnia illius bona relicta legitime successisset, officiales Suae Caesarae et Catholicae Maiestatis se in illius leaf deeply bound[us]us leaf deeply bound feudum Monteserico (Cascina Monte Serico), fief in Italy, feud belonging to the Italian inheritance of Bona Sforza, in Basilicata, now part of the commune of Genzano di LucaniaMontisericiMonteserico (Cascina Monte Serico), fief in Italy, feud belonging to the Italian inheritance of Bona Sforza, in Basilicata, now part of the commune of Genzano di Lucania nominatum nullo iuris ordine servato intromiserunt partemque eius maiorem acceperunt et usurparunt ac in duobus milibus ducatorum deteriorarunt condicionem ipsius feudi, prout liquidissime leaf deeply bound[ime]ime leaf deeply bound probari potest. Qua de re, cum id minus iuste fiat et cum magno ipsius serenissimae dominae Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of AragonreginaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon praeiudicio ac detrimento, Sacratissimae Catholicae et Caesareae Maiestati supplicatur leaf deeply bound[r]r leaf deeply bound, velit sub favorabili forma collaterali suo Collateral Council of the Emperor in Naples consilio NeapoliCollateral Council of the Emperor in Naples committere et mandare, ut huiuismodi Monteserico (Cascina Monte Serico), fief in Italy, feud belonging to the Italian inheritance of Bona Sforza, in Basilicata, now part of the commune of Genzano di LucaniaMontissericiMonteserico (Cascina Monte Serico), fief in Italy, feud belonging to the Italian inheritance of Bona Sforza, in Basilicata, now part of the commune of Genzano di Lucania possessio ipsi serenissimae dominae reginae in integrum restituatur, quemadmodum illius mater illustrissima domina Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforzadux MediolaniIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza, dum erat in vivis, tenebat et possidebat. Quod si deinde quisquam ius aliquod super eo feudo habere praetendit, fiat id, quod de leaf deeply bound[e]e leaf deeply bound iure convenit.

BCz 403, p. 760

Et quia Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandstatus BarensisBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland per hanc sequestrationem et novos officiales non parum est afflictus, supplicatur nominibus, quibus supra, Sacratissimae Catholicae et Caesareae Maiestati, si relevium erit solvendum, quod habeatur compensatio cum pecuniis tam ordinarie, quam extraordinarie a statu Barensi exactis praesertim de poenis et multis, quae ad multam pecuniarum quantitatem ascendunt, de quibus etiam liquidissime constat.

Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of PolandCastrum BarenseBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland, quod nomine serenissimae dominae Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of AragonreginaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon secundum Maiestatis Caesareae commissionem servari debet, habet quendam castellanum, dominum Hernando de Alarcón (*1466 – †1540), famous Spanish general, participant in war of Granada and Italian Wars, trusted advisor of Emperor Charles V of Habsburg; after the battle of Pavia (1525) Francis I King of France was committed to his custody; after the Sack of Rome (1527) he also guarded the captive Pope Clement VII; viceroy of Calabria, marquis de Valera and castellan of Castelnuovo in Naples (LARRAÑAGA, p. 412)Fernandum de ArchoneHernando de Alarcón (*1466 – †1540), famous Spanish general, participant in war of Granada and Italian Wars, trusted advisor of Emperor Charles V of Habsburg; after the battle of Pavia (1525) Francis I King of France was committed to his custody; after the Sack of Rome (1527) he also guarded the captive Pope Clement VII; viceroy of Calabria, marquis de Valera and castellan of Castelnuovo in Naples (LARRAÑAGA, p. 412) ex mandato Maiestatis Caesareae impositum. Hernando de Alarcón (*1466 – †1540), famous Spanish general, participant in war of Granada and Italian Wars, trusted advisor of Emperor Charles V of Habsburg; after the battle of Pavia (1525) Francis I King of France was committed to his custody; after the Sack of Rome (1527) he also guarded the captive Pope Clement VII; viceroy of Calabria, marquis de Valera and castellan of Castelnuovo in Naples (LARRAÑAGA, p. 412)IlleHernando de Alarcón (*1466 – †1540), famous Spanish general, participant in war of Granada and Italian Wars, trusted advisor of Emperor Charles V of Habsburg; after the battle of Pavia (1525) Francis I King of France was committed to his custody; after the Sack of Rome (1527) he also guarded the captive Pope Clement VII; viceroy of Calabria, marquis de Valera and castellan of Castelnuovo in Naples (LARRAÑAGA, p. 412) aperte dicit se Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandhoc castrumBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland nulli homini viventi extraditurum, nisi prius a Maiestate Caesarea singulares habeat litteras, quibus illi semel, bis et ter iubeat, quod illud in manus alterius castellani a Serenissima domina Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of AragonreginaBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon electi consignet illumque ab homagio et iuramento desuper praestito liberum faciat et absolvat. Quapropter Sacratissimae Caesareae et Catholicae Maiestati nominibus, quibus supra, supplicatur, ut huiusmodi tenoris litteras ad praedictum Hernando de Alarcón (*1466 – †1540), famous Spanish general, participant in war of Granada and Italian Wars, trusted advisor of Emperor Charles V of Habsburg; after the battle of Pavia (1525) Francis I King of France was committed to his custody; after the Sack of Rome (1527) he also guarded the captive Pope Clement VII; viceroy of Calabria, marquis de Valera and castellan of Castelnuovo in Naples (LARRAÑAGA, p. 412)castellanumHernando de Alarcón (*1466 – †1540), famous Spanish general, participant in war of Granada and Italian Wars, trusted advisor of Emperor Charles V of Habsburg; after the battle of Pavia (1525) Francis I King of France was committed to his custody; after the Sack of Rome (1527) he also guarded the captive Pope Clement VII; viceroy of Calabria, marquis de Valera and castellan of Castelnuovo in Naples (LARRAÑAGA, p. 412) conscribi demandet, ne nova iterum citra Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandhanc arcemBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland oriri possit difficultas. Quod serenissimi Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriarexSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria et Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonregina BCz 403, p. 761 PoloniaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon pro solita in Maiestatem Caesaream observantia omnibus fraternis studiis et officiis referre semper et promereri curabunt.

9 IDT  289 Memorial of Ioannes Dantiscus submitted to the Emperor Charles V von Habsburg on behalf of the King Sigismund I Jagiellon and of the Queen Bona Sforza, with an inserted reply from the Great Chancellor of the Emperor, Mercurino Gattinara    [Granada]    [shortly before 1526-06-10]

Manuscript sources:
1fair copy in Latin, in secretary's hand, corrections in author's hand, author's signature, reply in hand of Mercurino Gattinara with the corrections in another hand, AAWO, AB, D.100, f. 139r-v
2office copy in Latin, autograph, in secretary's hand, BCz, 1594, p. 265-268

 

Text & apparatus & commentaryPlain textText & commentaryText & apparatus

 

AAWO, AB, D. 3, f. 67v

Nomine serenissimorum Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaregisSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria et Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonreginae PoloniaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon Maiestati Vestrae Sacratissimae ms 1 reverenter exponitur,
ms 2 exponitur reverenter
reverenter exponiturms 1 reverenter exponitur,
ms 2 exponitur reverenter
, quomodo, dum superiori tempore Maiestas Vestra Sacratissima testamentariis ms 1 olim illustrissimae,
ms 2 illustrissimae olim
olim illustrissimaems 1 olim illustrissimae,
ms 2 illustrissimae olim
dominae Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforzaducis MediolaniIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza, ne ad huiusmodi testamenti executionem procederent, nisi iuridice foret cognitum, inhibuisset, dominus Lodovico de Monte Alto (Ludovicus Montaltus) (†1533), executor of the testament of duchess Isabella d'Aragona; in 1525-1527 (if not longer) regent of the royal chancellery in Naples (POCIECHA 2, p. 236, 238, 265, 268, 272, 275, 277, 279, 437, 550)Ludovicus de Monte AltoLodovico de Monte Alto (Ludovicus Montaltus) (†1533), executor of the testament of duchess Isabella d'Aragona; in 1525-1527 (if not longer) regent of the royal chancellery in Naples (POCIECHA 2, p. 236, 238, 265, 268, 272, 275, 277, 279, 437, 550) ms 1 unus ex illis,
ms 2 omitted
unus ex illisms 1 unus ex illis,
ms 2 omitted
, qui ms 1 ad,
ms 2 omitted
ad superinscribed, in the hand of Dantiscusadad superinscribed, in the hand of Dantiscusms 1 ad,
ms 2 omitted
testamenti executionem magis quam ceteri inhiabat, utpote non satiatus his commodis, quae iam inde perceperat, sed maiora emolumenta sperans, aegerrime tulit, quod executio istiusmodi sic protelebatur. Unde semper molitus est, ut se modis omnibus in negotia Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandstatus BarensisBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland ingereret illaque, quo sic ad testamenti executionem perveniret, interturbaret, quod aperte per quendam Annibale Barone after the death of Duchess Isabella d'Aragona he exhorted Bari citizens not to take the oath of allegiance to the King of Poland Sigismund I Jagiellon and Queen Bona Sforza; in 1524 (if not longer) royal auditor in Bari (POCIECHA 2, p. 240)Hannibalem ms 1 Baronum,
ms 2 Baronum
Baronumms 1 Baronum,
ms 2 Baronum
Annibale Barone after the death of Duchess Isabella d'Aragona he exhorted Bari citizens not to take the oath of allegiance to the King of Poland Sigismund I Jagiellon and Queen Bona Sforza; in 1524 (if not longer) royal auditor in Bari (POCIECHA 2, p. 240) provincialem auditorem, qui totus illius factionis ms 1 ac,
ms 2 et
acms 1 ac,
ms 2 et
farinae est, in sequestri interpositione demonstravit, id ad praesens etiam prosequi non destitit in deportatione doctoris Antonello Monopoli (†1526), doctor; leader of the revolt in Rossano Duchy in summer 1525, imprisoned by Lodovico Alifio, died by violence in unexplained circumstances being escorted to Poland; Alifio was suspected to kill him; general auditor of the estate of Isabella d'AragonaAntonelliAntonello Monopoli (†1526), doctor; leader of the revolt in Rossano Duchy in summer 1525, imprisoned by Lodovico Alifio, died by violence in unexplained circumstances being escorted to Poland; Alifio was suspected to kill him; general auditor of the estate of Isabella d'Aragona, quem dominus Lodovico Alifio (*1499 – †1543), chancellor of Queen Bona Sforza; 1523-1537 Cracow burgrave; from 1523 royal secretary; governor of Bari and Rossano (WYCZAŃSKI 1990, p. 246; Urzędnicy 4/2, p. 210)Ludovicus AliphiusLodovico Alifio (*1499 – †1543), chancellor of Queen Bona Sforza; 1523-1537 Cracow burgrave; from 1523 royal secretary; governor of Bari and Rossano (WYCZAŃSKI 1990, p. 246; Urzędnicy 4/2, p. 210), ms 1 cum praefectura status Barensis cessisset,
ms 2 omitted
cum praefectura Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandstatus BarensisBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland cessissetms 1 cum praefectura status Barensis cessisset,
ms 2 omitted
, aliis ms 1 nothing written ,
ms 2 in Statu Barensi
ms 1 nothing written ,
ms 2 in Statu Barensi
officialibus constitutis secum ex Bario sua voluntate fretus sine mandato et scientia Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
serenissimorum principum meorumSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
asportavit. Qua de re, ut iterum idem dominus Lodovico de Monte Alto (Ludovicus Montaltus) (†1533), executor of the testament of duchess Isabella d'Aragona; in 1525-1527 (if not longer) regent of the royal chancellery in Naples (POCIECHA 2, p. 236, 238, 265, 268, 272, 275, 277, 279, 437, 550)Ludovicus de Monte AltoLodovico de Monte Alto (Ludovicus Montaltus) (†1533), executor of the testament of duchess Isabella d'Aragona; in 1525-1527 (if not longer) regent of the royal chancellery in Naples (POCIECHA 2, p. 236, 238, 265, 268, 272, 275, 277, 279, 437, 550) negotia Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
serenissimorum principum meorumSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
, quo fortassis adhuc ad testamenti executionem progredi posset, in perpetuo turbine versaret, procuravit, ut praedictus Annibale Barone after the death of Duchess Isabella d'Aragona he exhorted Bari citizens not to take the oath of allegiance to the King of Poland Sigismund I Jagiellon and Queen Bona Sforza; in 1524 (if not longer) royal auditor in Bari (POCIECHA 2, p. 240)Hannibal BaronusAnnibale Barone after the death of Duchess Isabella d'Aragona he exhorted Bari citizens not to take the oath of allegiance to the King of Poland Sigismund I Jagiellon and Queen Bona Sforza; in 1524 (if not longer) royal auditor in Bari (POCIECHA 2, p. 240), qui prius contra principes meos in Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandstatu BarensiBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland ms 1 seditionibus,
ms 2 omitted
seditionibusms 1 seditionibus,
ms 2 omitted
omnia miscuerat ms 1 nothing written ,
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ms 1 nothing written ,
ms 2 seditiones ibidem graves
suumque commodum, cum ab eo status iste in praedam datus fuisset, abunde congesserat, ad informationem deportationis istiusmodi capiendam Barium mitteretur, qui procul dubio novas ibi turbas simultates et discordias, ut prius ms 1 fecerat,
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Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
principibusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
AAWO, AB, D.100, f. 139v meis et negotiis eorundem apud Maiestatem Vestram Sacratissimam ex malevolentia ac iniquitate sua officeret, quapropter cum uterque et dominus Lodovico de Monte Alto (Ludovicus Montaltus) (†1533), executor of the testament of duchess Isabella d'Aragona; in 1525-1527 (if not longer) regent of the royal chancellery in Naples (POCIECHA 2, p. 236, 238, 265, 268, 272, 275, 277, 279, 437, 550)LudovicusLodovico de Monte Alto (Ludovicus Montaltus) (†1533), executor of the testament of duchess Isabella d'Aragona; in 1525-1527 (if not longer) regent of the royal chancellery in Naples (POCIECHA 2, p. 236, 238, 265, 268, 272, 275, 277, 279, 437, 550) ms 1 ac,
ms 2 et
acms 1 ac,
ms 2 et
Annibale Barone after the death of Duchess Isabella d'Aragona he exhorted Bari citizens not to take the oath of allegiance to the King of Poland Sigismund I Jagiellon and Queen Bona Sforza; in 1524 (if not longer) royal auditor in Bari (POCIECHA 2, p. 240)HannibalAnnibale Barone after the death of Duchess Isabella d'Aragona he exhorted Bari citizens not to take the oath of allegiance to the King of Poland Sigismund I Jagiellon and Queen Bona Sforza; in 1524 (if not longer) royal auditor in Bari (POCIECHA 2, p. 240) praedictus ex causis suprascriptis serenissimis principibus meis sint legitime suspecti, Maiestati Vestrae Sacratissimae supplico, dignetur Collateral Council of the Emperor in Naples collaterali suo consilio NeapoliCollateral Council of the Emperor in Naples committere et mandare, ut, cum talis se casus offerret, propter quem in iurisdictionem principum meorum Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of PolandStatus ms 2 Barensis,
ms 1 Bare[n]sis paper damaged
Barensisms 2 Barensis,
ms 1 Bare[n]sis paper damaged
Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland pro informatione aut pro quacumque alia re habenda mitti oporteret, ne quisquam istorum duorum, qui sic clare principibus meis sunt suspecti, in ms 2 huiusmodi,
ms 1 huiusmo[di] paper damaged
huiusmodims 2 huiusmodi,
ms 1 huiusmo[di] paper damaged
consilia et actiones, quae statum Barensem spectant, admitterentur, sed ut suspecti a talibus negotiis omnimode amoverentur. ms 1 In hoc Maiestas Vestra Sacratissima rem aequitati dignam et serenissimis principibus meis gratissimam, quaque illos plurimum sibi devinciet, factura.,
ms 2 omitted
In hoc Maiestas Vestra Sacratissima rem aequitati dignam et Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
serenissimis principibus meisSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
gratissimam, quaque illos plurimum sibi devinciet, factura.
ms 1 In hoc Maiestas Vestra Sacratissima rem aequitati dignam et serenissimis principibus meis gratissimam, quaque illos plurimum sibi devinciet, factura.,
ms 2 omitted

[Reply of Mercurino Gattinara:][1]

Charles de Lannoy (*ca. 1487 – †1527), first Count of Lannoy (1526-1527), Lord of Sanzeilles, Erquelines and Mingoval, soldier and statesman in the service of the Habsburgs ; 1521 Governor of Tournai, 1522-1523, 1526-1527 Viceroy of Naples, 1523-1527 commander in chief of Imperial armies in ItalyViceregiCharles de Lannoy (*ca. 1487 – †1527), first Count of Lannoy (1526-1527), Lord of Sanzeilles, Erquelines and Mingoval, soldier and statesman in the service of the Habsburgs ; 1521 Governor of Tournai, 1522-1523, 1526-1527 Viceroy of Naples, 1523-1527 commander in chief of Imperial armies in Italy et Collateral Council of the Emperor in Naples consilio collateraliCollateral Council of the Emperor in Naples quatenus attentis praenarratis ms 1 providean[t],
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ms 2 omitted
, ne dominus Lodovico de Monte Alto (Ludovicus Montaltus) (†1533), executor of the testament of duchess Isabella d'Aragona; in 1525-1527 (if not longer) regent of the royal chancellery in Naples (POCIECHA 2, p. 236, 238, 265, 268, 272, 275, 277, 279, 437, 550)Ludovicus de MontaltoLodovico de Monte Alto (Ludovicus Montaltus) (†1533), executor of the testament of duchess Isabella d'Aragona; in 1525-1527 (if not longer) regent of the royal chancellery in Naples (POCIECHA 2, p. 236, 238, 265, 268, 272, 275, 277, 279, 437, 550) aut Annibale Barone after the death of Duchess Isabella d'Aragona he exhorted Bari citizens not to take the oath of allegiance to the King of Poland Sigismund I Jagiellon and Queen Bona Sforza; in 1524 (if not longer) royal auditor in Bari (POCIECHA 2, p. 240)Hanibal BaronusAnnibale Barone after the death of Duchess Isabella d'Aragona he exhorted Bari citizens not to take the oath of allegiance to the King of Poland Sigismund I Jagiellon and Queen Bona Sforza; in 1524 (if not longer) royal auditor in Bari (POCIECHA 2, p. 240) se de Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandstatu BarrensiBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland directe vel indirecte impediant nec ms 1 quidquam,
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serua(?) superinscribed, in the hand of otherserua(?)serua(?) superinscribed, in the hand of other in executione autem testamenti ms 1 servabitis,
ms 2 servetur
servabitis in the other hand, superinscribed in place of crossed-outserveturservetur servabitis servabitis in the other hand, superinscribed in place of crossed-outserveturms 1 servabitis,
ms 2 servetur
, quod antea decretum extitit.

Mercurino Arborio di Gattinara (*1465 – †1530), humanist, jurist, trusted and influential advisor to Charles V; 1501 entered the service of the Habsburgs as legal counsel to Duchess Margaret of Austria, 1504 advisor and President of the Privy Council of Margaret of Austria, after the governoship of the Netherlands was entrusted to her, 1518 Grand Chancellor of Castile and later of Charles V as Roman Emperor, 1529 Cardinal of St. Giovanni a Porta Latina (after the death of his wife, Andreetta Avogadro) (DE VOCHT 1961, p. 12; CE, vol. 2, p. 76-80)M(ercurinu)sMercurino Arborio di Gattinara (*1465 – †1530), humanist, jurist, trusted and influential advisor to Charles V; 1501 entered the service of the Habsburgs as legal counsel to Duchess Margaret of Austria, 1504 advisor and President of the Privy Council of Margaret of Austria, after the governoship of the Netherlands was entrusted to her, 1518 Grand Chancellor of Castile and later of Charles V as Roman Emperor, 1529 Cardinal of St. Giovanni a Porta Latina (after the death of his wife, Andreetta Avogadro) (DE VOCHT 1961, p. 12; CE, vol. 2, p. 76-80)[2]

BCz, 1594, p. 266

Praeterea non est incognitum Maiestati Vestrae S(acratissimae), quomodo castrum Barense post sequestri remotionem adhuc in manibus Maiesatis Vestrae S(acratissimae) ad nullius instantiam detinetur, in grave praeiudicium serenissimorum principum meorum, cum status iste sine hoc castro in oboedientia contineri non possit, et cum is, qui non accusatur, condemnari non debeat, Maiestas Vestra S(acratissima) dignetur pro mutua necessitudine principibus meis superinscribedmeismeis superinscribed eam et iustitiam et benevolentiam impartiri, cum iam per annum fere sequestri remotio facta sit et interea nemo comparuit, qui interesse habere praetenderet, ut tandem principes mei, cum castri restitutione totius status pacificam possessionem habere possent. Qui per me Maiestati Vestrae S(acratissimae) supplicant, ne deinceps quacumque ex causa in possessione Status sui Barensis a quovis molestarentur, velit committere ac serio mandare, ut omnibus et singulis ad praedictum statum interesse habere praetendentibus ultimus et peremptorius terminus ad proponendum ius suum praefigeretur, infra quem si iura sua quisquam produxerit, legitime respondebitur. Quod si nihil productum BCz, 1594, p. 267 fuerit, quemadmodum principes mei privilegiis suis freti sperant, rogant, ab omni instantia et impetitione in p paper damaged[p]p paper damagedosterum absolvi omnibusque adversariis perpetuum silentium imponi. In quo Maiestas Vestra S(acratissima) rem aequitati dignam et serenissimis principibus meis gratissimam, quaque illos sibi plurimum devinciet, efficiet.

[Reply of Mercurino Gattinara:][3]

Quantum ad castrum servetur decretum ultimum in ea re factum, quae vero ad praefix(at)i(on)em termini ad agendum committatur viceregi et Collaterali Consilio, quatenus vocatis evocandis constito(!) de diffamatione et iactatione praetendentium ius habere praefigant his terminum, intra quem agant et de eorum praetensis iuribus edoceant, alias silentium iuris forma servata et iuxta dispositionem L. diffamari C. de ingenuis et manumissis perpetuum imponant et alias iustitiam faciant summariam servatis de iure servandis.

Mercurino Arborio di Gattinara (*1465 – †1530), humanist, jurist, trusted and influential advisor to Charles V; 1501 entered the service of the Habsburgs as legal counsel to Duchess Margaret of Austria, 1504 advisor and President of the Privy Council of Margaret of Austria, after the governoship of the Netherlands was entrusted to her, 1518 Grand Chancellor of Castile and later of Charles V as Roman Emperor, 1529 Cardinal of St. Giovanni a Porta Latina (after the death of his wife, Andreetta Avogadro) (DE VOCHT 1961, p. 12; CE, vol. 2, p. 76-80)M(ercurinu)sMercurino Arborio di Gattinara (*1465 – †1530), humanist, jurist, trusted and influential advisor to Charles V; 1501 entered the service of the Habsburgs as legal counsel to Duchess Margaret of Austria, 1504 advisor and President of the Privy Council of Margaret of Austria, after the governoship of the Netherlands was entrusted to her, 1518 Grand Chancellor of Castile and later of Charles V as Roman Emperor, 1529 Cardinal of St. Giovanni a Porta Latina (after the death of his wife, Andreetta Avogadro) (DE VOCHT 1961, p. 12; CE, vol. 2, p. 76-80)

Serenissimorum Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaregisSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria et Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonreginae PoloniaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon etc. Ioannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), diplomat, neo-Latin poet and traveller; 1504 royal scribe; 1507 referendary for Prussian affairs at the court of Sigismund Jagiellon; 1508-1513 royal envoy to Prussian towns and to the Prussian assemblies; 1515 secretary of the Polish legation at the imperial court; in 1516-1532 envoy in the service of the king of Poland Sigismund Jagiellon and emperors Maximilian and Charles V of Habsburg; 1529 Kulm canon; 1530-1537 bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 bishop of ErmlandoratorIoannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), diplomat, neo-Latin poet and traveller; 1504 royal scribe; 1507 referendary for Prussian affairs at the court of Sigismund Jagiellon; 1508-1513 royal envoy to Prussian towns and to the Prussian assemblies; 1515 secretary of the Polish legation at the imperial court; in 1516-1532 envoy in the service of the king of Poland Sigismund Jagiellon and emperors Maximilian and Charles V of Habsburg; 1529 Kulm canon; 1530-1537 bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 bishop of Ermland Ioannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), diplomat, neo-Latin poet and traveller; 1504 royal scribe; 1507 referendary for Prussian affairs at the court of Sigismund Jagiellon; 1508-1513 royal envoy to Prussian towns and to the Prussian assemblies; 1515 secretary of the Polish legation at the imperial court; in 1516-1532 envoy in the service of the king of Poland Sigismund Jagiellon and emperors Maximilian and Charles V of Habsburg; 1529 Kulm canon; 1530-1537 bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 bishop of ErmlandIoannes DantiscusIoannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), diplomat, neo-Latin poet and traveller; 1504 royal scribe; 1507 referendary for Prussian affairs at the court of Sigismund Jagiellon; 1508-1513 royal envoy to Prussian towns and to the Prussian assemblies; 1515 secretary of the Polish legation at the imperial court; in 1516-1532 envoy in the service of the king of Poland Sigismund Jagiellon and emperors Maximilian and Charles V of Habsburg; 1529 Kulm canon; 1530-1537 bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 bishop of Ermland

[1] In ms 1 reply added in the hand of Mercurino Arborio di Gattinara (*1465 – †1530), humanist, jurist, trusted and influential advisor to Charles V; 1501 entered the service of the Habsburgs as legal counsel to Duchess Margaret of Austria, 1504 advisor and President of the Privy Council of Margaret of Austria, after the governoship of the Netherlands was entrusted to her, 1518 Grand Chancellor of Castile and later of Charles V as Roman Emperor, 1529 Cardinal of St. Giovanni a Porta Latina (after the death of his wife, Andreetta Avogadro) (DE VOCHT 1961, p. 12; CE, vol. 2, p. 76-80)Mercurino Arborio di GattinaraMercurino Arborio di Gattinara (*1465 – †1530), humanist, jurist, trusted and influential advisor to Charles V; 1501 entered the service of the Habsburgs as legal counsel to Duchess Margaret of Austria, 1504 advisor and President of the Privy Council of Margaret of Austria, after the governoship of the Netherlands was entrusted to her, 1518 Grand Chancellor of Castile and later of Charles V as Roman Emperor, 1529 Cardinal of St. Giovanni a Porta Latina (after the death of his wife, Andreetta Avogadro) (DE VOCHT 1961, p. 12; CE, vol. 2, p. 76-80), in ms 2 - in the hand of Ioannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), diplomat, neo-Latin poet and traveller; 1504 royal scribe; 1507 referendary for Prussian affairs at the court of Sigismund Jagiellon; 1508-1513 royal envoy to Prussian towns and to the Prussian assemblies; 1515 secretary of the Polish legation at the imperial court; in 1516-1532 envoy in the service of the king of Poland Sigismund Jagiellon and emperors Maximilian and Charles V of Habsburg; 1529 Kulm canon; 1530-1537 bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 bishop of ErmlandIoannes DantiscusIoannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), diplomat, neo-Latin poet and traveller; 1504 royal scribe; 1507 referendary for Prussian affairs at the court of Sigismund Jagiellon; 1508-1513 royal envoy to Prussian towns and to the Prussian assemblies; 1515 secretary of the Polish legation at the imperial court; in 1516-1532 envoy in the service of the king of Poland Sigismund Jagiellon and emperors Maximilian and Charles V of Habsburg; 1529 Kulm canon; 1530-1537 bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 bishop of Ermland

[2] Ms 1 ends here, if not taking the signature into consideration.

[3] Reply added in the hand of Ioannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), diplomat, neo-Latin poet and traveller; 1504 royal scribe; 1507 referendary for Prussian affairs at the court of Sigismund Jagiellon; 1508-1513 royal envoy to Prussian towns and to the Prussian assemblies; 1515 secretary of the Polish legation at the imperial court; in 1516-1532 envoy in the service of the king of Poland Sigismund Jagiellon and emperors Maximilian and Charles V of Habsburg; 1529 Kulm canon; 1530-1537 bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 bishop of ErmlandIoannes DantiscusIoannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), diplomat, neo-Latin poet and traveller; 1504 royal scribe; 1507 referendary for Prussian affairs at the court of Sigismund Jagiellon; 1508-1513 royal envoy to Prussian towns and to the Prussian assemblies; 1515 secretary of the Polish legation at the imperial court; in 1516-1532 envoy in the service of the king of Poland Sigismund Jagiellon and emperors Maximilian and Charles V of Habsburg; 1529 Kulm canon; 1530-1537 bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 bishop of Ermland

10 IDT  317 Memorial of Ioannes Dantiscus submitted to the Emperor Charles V von Habsburg on behalf of the King Sigismund I Jagiellon and of the Queen Bona Sforza, with inserted replies from the Great Chancellor of the Emperor, Mercurino Gattinara    [Granada]    [1526-08]

Manuscript sources:
1fair copy in Latin, autograph, replies in the hand of Mercurino Gattinara, BCz, 403, p. 816-825

 

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Cum negotium Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandstatus BarensisBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland iam per duos fere hic annos nomine serenissimorum principum meorum Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaregisSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria et Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonreginae PoloniaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon a me apud Maiestatem Vestram Sacratissimam sit tractatum, et plures desuper supplicationes et memorialia data, quae fortassis in tanta temporis intercapedine sunt deperdita, non abs re censui illa rursus colligere atque in compendium redigere, quo semel tandem illorum resolutio ac expeditio haberi possit.

Non est incognitum Maiestati Vestrae Sacratissimae, quo iure serenissima Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonregina PoloniaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon in Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandstatu BarensiBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland illustrissimae olim dominae Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforzaduci MediolaniIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza matri suae successit et quomodo ad nullius instantiam sequestrum interpositum fuerat sub praetextu certae Vestrae Regiae et Caesareae Maiestatis ordinationis. Obtentis deinde a Maiestate Vestra Sacratissima litteris investiturae et confirmationis, mediante iuramento ligii homagii ac etiam aliis provisionibus illustri viceregi et Collateral Council of the Emperor in Naples collaterali consilioCollateral Council of the Emperor in Naples transmissis huiusmodi sequestrum Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandcastro BarensiBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland retento fuit remotum. Cum autem dictum sequestrum iure fieri non potuit nec debuit, tum quia factum fuit ipsis serenissimis Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaregeSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria et Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of AragonreginaBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon non vocatis nec auditis et absque causae cognitione, tum etiam, quia per BCz 403, p. 817 capitula regni, quae in viridi sunt observantia, bene est provisum, quod quando feudarius moritur, superstitibus descendentibus non fit leaf deeply bound[t]t leaf deeply bound sequestrum per curiam, sed tunc tantum, quando non est aliquis, qui claro leaf deeply bound[o]o leaf deeply bound et aperto iure succedat. Quae igitur de facto processerunt, de leaf deeply bound[e]e leaf deeply bound facto etiam debent rescindi et annullari, quemadmodum in sequestri leaf deeply bound[tri]tri leaf deeply bound remotione ex parte factum est, cum adhuc Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandcastrum BarenseBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland nullo iure detineatur, in quod una cum reliquis terris et leaf deeply bound[t]t leaf deeply bound castris ipsi serenissimi Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
regesSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
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Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
regumSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
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BCz 403, p. 818

Castellanus Barensis dominus Hernando de Alarcón (*1466 – †1540), famous Spanish general, participant in war of Granada and Italian Wars, trusted advisor of Emperor Charles V of Habsburg; after the battle of Pavia (1525) Francis I King of France was committed to his custody; after the Sack of Rome (1527) he also guarded the captive Pope Clement VII; viceroy of Calabria, marquis de Valera and castellan of Castelnuovo in Naples (LARRAÑAGA, p. 412)Ferdinandus de AlarconHernando de Alarcón (*1466 – †1540), famous Spanish general, participant in war of Granada and Italian Wars, trusted advisor of Emperor Charles V of Habsburg; after the battle of Pavia (1525) Francis I King of France was committed to his custody; after the Sack of Rome (1527) he also guarded the captive Pope Clement VII; viceroy of Calabria, marquis de Valera and castellan of Castelnuovo in Naples (LARRAÑAGA, p. 412) habet quendam substitutum, qui se aperte iactat hoc Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of PolandcastroBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland se non cessurum, nisi prius a Maiestate Vestra Sacratissima singulares litteras habeat, quibus illi semel bis ter mandetur, ut illud in alterius manus resignet eumque a iuramento desuper praestito liberum faciat et absolvat. Qua de re nominibus, quibus supra, ut huiusmodi litterarum provisio fiat, supplico, ne iterum novae circa hanc Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of PolandarcemBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland difficultates oriantur.

Idem.[2]

Durante sequestro in Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandducatu BariBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland et Rossano, duchy in southern Italy, Calabriaprincipatu RossaniRossano, duchy in southern Italy, Calabria ac in aliis teriis et civitatibus dicti status extracti et facti fuerunt nonnulli proventus seu compositiones in <vasallos> et universitates dicti status pro nonnullis et diversis delictis etiam pro inoboedientiis, violentiis et resistentiis factis in personas officialium. Quae compositiones et proventus paper damaged[us]us paper damaged cedunt et cedere debent in utilitatem ipsorum serenissimorum Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
regumSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
attento, quod sunt fructus iurisdic<t>ionis eorum, maxime, quod eo tempore solverunt omnes expensas factas in dicto Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of PolandstatuBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland pro custodia castri, pro officialibus et aliis expensis necessariis. Quocirca nominibus, quibus supra, Maiestati Vestrae Sacratissimae BCz 403, p. 819 supplico, dignetur committere et mandare Collateral Council of the Emperor in Naples collaterali suo consilioCollateral Council of the Emperor in Naples , quod dicti proventus seu compositiones perventae in manus et posse regii fisci ex dicto Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of PolandstatuBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland tempore sequestri pro quacumque causa, pro resistentia et offensa factis officialibus restituantur ipsis serenissimis Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
regibusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
vel saltem excomputentur in relevio seu adoha in casu, quo praefati reges ad alicuius illorum solutionem tenerentur. Quod et rationi atque aequitati non videtur inconveniens.

Quod iuxta decreti formam sublato sequestro, quidquid eo durante superinscribedeo duranteeo durante superinscribed interim exactum constiterit ex emolumentis iurisdic<t>ionis vel aliter ultra impensas necessarias ratione dicti sequestri factas, restituatur Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
supplicantibusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
facto prius computo in camera summariae et deductis deducendis.
[3]

Attento etiam, quod tempore sequestri in aliquibus terris dicti Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of PolandstatusBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland successerunt nonnulla delicta et etiam iniuriae in personas officialium et in eorum contemptum, de quibus tempore sequestri non fuit cognitum decisum neque determinatum, quorum delictorum cognitio et punitio virtute privilegiorum spectabat et pertinebat ad praedictos serenissimos Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
regesSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
et eorum officiales ac ad praesens leaf deeply bound[aesens]aesens leaf deeply bound spectat et pertinet. Quare Maiestati Vestrae Sacratissimae nominibus, quibus supra, supplico, velit Collateral Council of the Emperor in Naples collaterali suo consilioCollateral Council of the Emperor in Naples committere, quod cognitionem praetensorum delictorum remittat ipsis serenissimis Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
regibusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
et illorum officialibus iuxta tenorem dictorum privilegiorum.

Quod in hoc observentur privilegia, prout illis antea usi sunt, et si iuxta illorum formam dictae causae sint remittendae, remittantur.[4]

BCz 403, p. 820

Saepe etiam questus sum nominibus, quibus supra, quod cum serenissima domina mea Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonregina PoloniaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon post mortem illustrissimae olim dominae Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzaIsabellae de AragoniaIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza matris suae desideratissimae ut heres universalis in omnia illius bona relicta legitime successisset, officiales Maiestatis Vestrae Sacratissimae se in illius feudum Monteserico (Cascina Monte Serico), fief in Italy, feud belonging to the Italian inheritance of Bona Sforza, in Basilicata, now part of the commune of Genzano di LucaniaMontisericiMonteserico (Cascina Monte Serico), fief in Italy, feud belonging to the Italian inheritance of Bona Sforza, in Basilicata, now part of the commune of Genzano di Lucania nominatum nullo iuris ordine servato intromiserunt partemque eius maiorem acceperunt paper damaged[nt]nt paper damaged et usurparunt ac in duobus milibus ducatorum deteriorarunt ipsius paper damaged[sius]sius paper damaged feudi condicionem, prout liquidissime probari potest, proinde cum id minus iuste fiat et cum magno ipsorum serenissimorum Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
regumSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
praeiudicio ac detrimento, Sacratissimae Maiestati Vestrae supplico, velit sub favorabili forma Collateral Council of the Emperor in Naples collaterali suo consilioCollateral Council of the Emperor in Naples mandare, quo ipsi paper damaged[si]si paper damaged serenissimi reges in istiusmodi Monteserico (Cascina Monte Serico), fief in Italy, feud belonging to the Italian inheritance of Bona Sforza, in Basilicata, now part of the commune of Genzano di LucaniaMontisericiMonteserico (Cascina Monte Serico), fief in Italy, feud belonging to the Italian inheritance of Bona Sforza, in Basilicata, now part of the commune of Genzano di Lucania possessionem in integrum restituantur, quemadmodum mater illorum illustrissima olim domina Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforzadux MediolaniIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza, dum erat in vivis, tenebat et possidebat. Quod si deinde quisquam ius aliquod super eo feudo habere praetendit, fiat id, quod iuris est.

Fiant litterae iustitiae in bona forma.[5]

Conqueruntur etiam per me serenissimi Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
reges meiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
Maiestati Vestrae Sacratissimae, quod impediuntur in possessione ac observatione privilegiorum suorum antiquorum illustrissimae olim dominae Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzaduciIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza matri eorum concessorum ac denuo per Maiestatem Vestram Sacratissimam confirmatorum, praesertim in cognitione secundarum et tertiarum causarum criminalium BCz 403, p. 821 contra formam et tenorem privilegiorum huiusmodi. Unde, ne hoc in usum trahatur et privilegiis Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
regum meorumSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
praeiudicium fiat, nominibus, quibus supra, Maiestati Vestrae Sa<c>ratissimae supplico, dignetur per mandata sua Collateral Council of the Emperor in Naples collaterali consilioCollateral Council of the Emperor in Naples serio committere, ut privilegia istiusmodi observent et observari faciant, ne illis et eorum effectui, praecipue in cognitione secundarum et tertiarum causarum criminalium, quidquam derogetur, sed, ut eo modo et in hoc vigore habeantur et maneant, quemadmodum vivente olim Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforzaillustrissima domina matreIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza regum meorum sunt conservata.

Fiant litterae observatoriae privilegiorum in ampliori forma sublatis abusibus.[6]

Iniunxerunt etiam mihi serenissimi Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
reges meiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
deferre in Sacratissimae Maiestatis Vestrae notitiam illustrissimam olim dominam Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforzaducem MediolaniIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza matrem eorum, cum in extremis laboraret et, ut fit morituris, non satis sibi constans esset, ad condendum testamentum leaf deeply bound[um]um leaf deeply bound, quo impulsores evaderet, ab illis fuisse circumventam BCz 403, p. 822 contra articulos matrimoniales inter ipsos serenissimos reges meos per eam confectos, quibus per huiusmodi testamentum, quod ingentem pecuniarum summam importat, plurimum derogatur. Et cum superiori tempore Maiestas Vestra Sacratissima articulos illos matrimoniales confirmare dignata fuit, confugiunt etiam serenissimi Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
reges meiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
ad Maiestatem Vestram Sacratissimam illamque summopere paper damaged[ere]ere paper damaged deprecantur, ut difficultates, quae ex istiusmodi capitulorum intellectu oriuntur, sua interpretatione tollere ac removere non gravaretur. Sunt igitur in quinto articulo matrimonii haec, quae sequuntur, de verbo ad verbum descripta, quae apud me in forma aut<h>entica habentur.

Ex quinto articulo matrimonii Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
regum PoloniaeSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
per illustrissimam olim dominam Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzaMediolani ducemIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza matrem illorum confectum.

Quam quidem dominam Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of AragonBonamBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon et eius successores, ut supra pollicetur, ipsa illustrissima Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzaIsabellaIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza ordinare et instituere, sicuti nunc ordinat et instituit, universales heredes omnium bonorum suorum, tam feudalium, quam burgensaticorum, tam mobilium, quam stabilium, ita quod ipsorum stabilium, quocumque nomine appellatorum, neque totum neque partem aliquam, cuiuscumque modi sit, possit vendere, donare, ad pias causas relinquere, neque ullo alio modo alienare sine expresso consensu et bona voluntate, tam ipsius illustrissimae dominae Bonae, quam ipsius serenissimi Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaregis eius coniugisSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria, sed tantum de annuis praedictorum bonorum reditibus liceat ipsi illustrissimae dominae BCz 403, p. 823 Isabellae facere, quod libuerit[7], sed integram omnium stabilium rerum successionem ipsi illustrissimae dominae Bonae et eius, ut supra, successoribus servare teneatur.

Ex hac ultima clausula linea subducta illi, quorum ingenio et opera testamentum hoc est conditum, asserunt illustrissimam olim Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforzadominam ducemIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza de proventibus Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandstatus BarensisBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland etiam post mortem suam testandi facultatem habuisse. Quod si sic deberet intelligi, etiam serenissimos Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
reges meosSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
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Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
reges meosSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
alienum, neque fui leaf deeply bound[i]i leaf deeply boundsset serenissimorum regum meorum ea in re assensus, ut in eodem capitulo exprimitur, necessarius, quem illa, dum in vivis ageret, aliquoties requisivit, et quia se ad magnam extendebat summam, non obtinuit. Quam ob rem serenissimi Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
reges meiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
per me Maiestatem Vestram Sacratissimam plurimum rogant atque obtestantur, dignetur pro sua in omnes aequitate et prudentia incomparabili hunc articulum benigniter perpendere illumque sic interpretari, BCz 403, p. 824 cum illustrissima olim Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzamaterIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
regum meorumSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
, dum viveret, usufructuar written over llrr written over lia bonorum Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandstatus BarensisBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland dumtaxat domina fuerat, neque in illis post mortem quicquam obligare potuit, quod clausula haec praescripta et linea subducta declaratione Maiestatis Vestrae Sacratissimae mediante intelligatur vita illius durante et non cessante, quemadmodum hoc et illa, dum vivebat, sic intellexit, et igitur a serenissimis regibus meis assensum requisivit atque ipsa etiam verba id ex praecedentibus ac subsequentibus clare prae se ferunt et demonstrant.

Fuit alias huic petitioni congrue responsum, non enim decet Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castilemaiestatem caesareamCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile merita aut dubia causarum inauditis partibus, quarum interest, decidere aut interpretari. Sed fiant super iis litterae iustitiae in bona forma.[8]

Alia memorialia, quae novissime dedi, cum sint magis recentia, iterum recensere duxi supervacaneum, et quia ista abhinc ante octo menses sunt per me praesentata una cum binis litteris serenissimorum regum meorum et relationibus a me aliquoties coram factis, super quibus hactenus nullum responsum habere potui, Maiestas Vestra Sacratissima, his BCz 403, p. 825 tandem intendere et istarum rerum resolutionem facere ac desuper mentem suam serenissimis Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
regibus meisSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
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Non cadit hic responsio.[9]

Serenissimorum Ioannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), eminent diplomat and humanist in the service of the Jagiellons, neo-Latin poet; 1530-1537 Bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 Bishop of ErmlandSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaregisSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria et Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonreginae PoloniaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon etc. leaf deeply bound[c.]c. leaf deeply bound oratorIoannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), eminent diplomat and humanist in the service of the Jagiellons, neo-Latin poet; 1530-1537 Bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 Bishop of Ermland

[1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9] The paragraph added in the hand of Mercurino Arborio di Gattinara (*1465 – †1530), humanist, jurist, trusted and influential advisor to Charles V; 1501 entered the service of the Habsburgs as legal counsel to Duchess Margaret of Austria, 1504 advisor and President of the Privy Council of Margaret of Austria, after the governoship of the Netherlands was entrusted to her, 1518 Grand Chancellor of Castile and later of Charles V as Roman Emperor, 1529 Cardinal of St. Giovanni a Porta Latina (after the death of his wife, Andreetta Avogadro) (DE VOCHT 1961, p. 12; CE, vol. 2, p. 76-80)Mercurino Arborio di GattinaraMercurino Arborio di Gattinara (*1465 – †1530), humanist, jurist, trusted and influential advisor to Charles V; 1501 entered the service of the Habsburgs as legal counsel to Duchess Margaret of Austria, 1504 advisor and President of the Privy Council of Margaret of Austria, after the governoship of the Netherlands was entrusted to her, 1518 Grand Chancellor of Castile and later of Charles V as Roman Emperor, 1529 Cardinal of St. Giovanni a Porta Latina (after the death of his wife, Andreetta Avogadro) (DE VOCHT 1961, p. 12; CE, vol. 2, p. 76-80)

[7] sed tantum de annuis praedictorum bonorum reditibus liceat ipsi illustrissimae dominae Isabellae facere, quod libuerit underlined

11 IDT  339 Ioannes DANTISCUS to Charles V of Habsburg     s.l.    [1526-09-21 or a few days after]

Manuscript sources:
1office copy in Latin, autograph, BNW, BOZ, 2053, TG 29, No. 3682, f. 22r
2copy in Latin, 16th-century, BJ, 6557, f. 206r-v
3copy in Latin, 16th-century, BNW, 12547, f. 284r-285r

 

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BNW BOZ 2053 TG 29, No. 3682, f.22r

Exemplum supplicationis

Cum tandem Maiestas Vestra Sacratissima confirmavit decretum suum hactenus non observatum, quod ante viginti menses in sublatione sequestri Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandstatus BarensisBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland tulit , hoc videlicet de verbo ad verbum hic annotavi paper damaged[vi]vi paper damaged:

Quod Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandcastrum BarenseBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland eius qualitate et importantia inspecta donec aliter sit cognitum, custodiatur nomine et impensis ipsius serenissimae Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonreginae PoloniaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon, pro qua custodia teneatur prius dicta serenissima regina deputare castellanum nobis fidum et gratum, qui antequam castrum praedictum ad manus eius tradatur in ipsiusque officii adeptione iurare et promittere teneatur. Quod si causa cognita decisum et determinatum fuerit, ipsum Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of PolandcastrumBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland cum suis pertinentiis eidem serenissimae Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of AragonreginaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon non pertinere seu per sententiam illius proprietas seu possessio alteri adiudicata fuerit, idem castellanus dictum castrum cum pertinentiis in exsecutionem iudicati relaxabit illi vel illis, quibus dictum castrum, ut praemittitur, adiudicatum fuerit.

Supplico itaque Maiestati Vestrae Sacratissimae paper damaged[Sacratissimae]Sacratissimae paper damaged, ut hoc idem decretum, sic ut iacet in forma, observari et in exsecutionem deduci committat ac serio demandet. Et ne circa electionem castellani aliqua suboriri possit nova difficultas, dig paper damaged[ig]ig paper damagednetur Maiestas Vestra Sacratissima consentire, quod nobilis Lodovico Pozzuto (Ludovicus Poczotus), in 1525 one of Bona's candidates for castellan of Bari; his nomiantion wasn't approved by Emperor Charles V (POCIECHA 2, p. 260, 273)Ludovicus PoczotusLodovico Pozzuto (Ludovicus Poczotus), in 1525 one of Bona's candidates for castellan of Bari; his nomiantion wasn't approved by Emperor Charles V (POCIECHA 2, p. 260, 273), qui prius per illustrem Charles de Lannoy (*ca. 1487 – †1527), first Count of Lannoy (1526-1527), Lord of Sanzeilles, Erquelines and Mingoval, soldier and statesman in the service of the Habsburgs ; 1521 Governor of Tournai, 1522-1523, 1526-1527 Viceroy of Naples, 1523-1527 commander in chief of Imperial armies in ItalyviceregemCharles de Lannoy (*ca. 1487 – †1527), first Count of Lannoy (1526-1527), Lord of Sanzeilles, Erquelines and Mingoval, soldier and statesman in the service of the Habsburgs ; 1521 Governor of Tournai, 1522-1523, 1526-1527 Viceroy of Naples, 1523-1527 commander in chief of Imperial armies in Italy inter quinque viros patricios Naples (Napoli, Neapolis), city in Italy, on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea, capital of the region of Campaniaregni NeapolitaniNaples (Napoli, Neapolis), city in Italy, on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea, capital of the region of Campania illi nomine serenissimae dominae Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of AragonreginaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon praesentatos pro castellano fuerat susceptus, hic etiam coram Maiestate Vestra Sacratissima praesente adhuc vicerege pro castellano constituatur et ad nihil aliud astringatur, quam ad id, quod in decreto Maiestatis Vestrae Sacratissimae super descripto est expressum, rem priori suae voluntati et sententiae, quam in his mutare non solet, et iustitiae dignam factura etc.

12 IDT  174 Memorial of Ioannes Dantiscus submitted to the Emperor Charles V von Habsburg on behalf of the King Sigismund I Jagiellon and of the Queen Bona Sforza, with inserted replies from the Secretary of the Emperor, Alfonso de Valdés    [Mantua]    [shortly before 1530-04-19]

Manuscript sources:
1fair copy in Latin, in secretary's hand, replies in hand of Alfonso de Valdes, BCz, 403, p. 698-705

 

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BCz 403, p. 705

Pro regibus Poloniae

BCz 403, p. 703

Sacratissima Caesarea et Catholica Maiestas.

De adoha

Supplicatum fuit multoties ex parte serenissimorum dominorum principum nostrorum Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of AustriaregisSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria et Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonreginae PoloniaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon etc. pro adoha Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandstatus BarensisBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland non solvenda per ipsos, quemadmodum non solvebatur neque petebatur ab olim illustrissima Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzaIsabellaIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza eorum matre, dum vixit, tum ob id, quod de sanguine regum Kingdom of Aragon (Aragonia), region in northeastern Spain, until 1479 the Kingdom of AragonAragoniaeKingdom of Aragon (Aragonia), region in northeastern Spain, until 1479 the Kingdom of Aragon fuerat et ipsi Ferdinand II of Aragon the Catholic (*1452 – †1516), King of Aragon (1479–1516), Sicily (1468–1516), Naples (1504–1516), Valencia, Sardinia, and Navarre, iure uxoris King of Castile as Ferdinand V (1474–1504), Count of Barcelona; son of John II of Aragon, husband of Isabella I of Castileregi catholicoFerdinand II of Aragon the Catholic (*1452 – †1516), King of Aragon (1479–1516), Sicily (1468–1516), Naples (1504–1516), Valencia, Sardinia, and Navarre, iure uxoris King of Castile as Ferdinand V (1474–1504), Count of Barcelona; son of John II of Aragon, husband of Isabella I of Castile plurimum meruerat, tum quod status ille numquam antea fuit taxatus nec connumeratus aut descriptus inter adohandos in quinternionibus camerae summariae, sicut alii omnes etc. Minus hoc umquam illi Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzamatriIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza intimatum erat, sicut solet intimari singulis baronibus tempore impositionis eiusmodi adohae in cedulionibus etc.

Et quia semper responsum fuit per Sacratissimam Maiestatem Vestram, quod vellet se prius super his informari a suo Collateral Council of the Emperor in Naples collaterali concilioCollateral Council of the Emperor in Naples , et tunc se nobis responsuram obtulit. En iam nunc Collateral Council of the Emperor in Naples concilium collateraleCollateral Council of the Emperor in Naples misit Vestrae Sacratissimae Maiestati informationem et consultationem suam in scriptis obsignatam, qua mediante et habito respectu leaf deeply bound[u]u leaf deeply bound ad capitula introcontenta decernat Sacratissima Maiestas Vestra, quidquid illi visum fuerit. Et omnia acceptabunt et patienter Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
reges nostriSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
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Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of CastileCaesarea maiestasCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile, ut gratificetur serenissimae Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonreginae PoloniaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon, remittit ei, quicquid debetur, aut deberi posset praetendi regiae curiae ex ... illegible...... illegible adoha pro tempore illustrissimae Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzaducissaeIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza serenitatis suae matris.[1]

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De defensis

Supplicatum, quo fuit Sacratissimae Maiestati Vestrae nomine, quo supra, pro quibusdam defensis Monteserico (Cascina Monte Serico), fief in Italy, feud belonging to the Italian inheritance of Bona Sforza, in Basilicata, now part of the commune of Genzano di LucaniaMontis SericiMonteserico (Cascina Monte Serico), fief in Italy, feud belonging to the Italian inheritance of Bona Sforza, in Basilicata, now part of the commune of Genzano di Lucania, quas Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzamaterIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza olim eorum, dum vixit, vigore sui perpetui privilegii pacifice possedit usque ad diem obitus sui et post mortem eius penden(te) sequestro paper damaged[o]o paper damaged illius status, occupavit easdem defensas curia et intromisit in easdem iumenta regia, et ita ademit par Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
regibus nostrisSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
quartam aut quintam partem feudi non vocatis nec auditis ipsis, pendenteque hac occupatione paper damaged[e]e paper damaged. Supplicatum fuit de remedio et tunc commissa<> fuit ibidem causa etc.

Sed cum nil agat in se ipsum, noluerunt Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
reges meiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
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Quod si etiam contra privilegium eorum et possessionem maternam iure vel paper damaged[vel]vel paper damaged non iure Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
eosSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
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Viso et concluso processu, si decretum fuerit id Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of CastilecaesariCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile pertinere paper damaged[ere]ere paper damaged, maiestas sua quicquid commode fieri poterit, faciet.[2]

BCz 403, p. 701

Praeterea nomine, quo supra, proposita erant et probata coram Collateral Council of the Emperor in Naples concilio collateraliCollateral Council of the Emperor in Naples multa damna et impensae tempore belli Gallici in eo statu pro servitio Sacratissimae Maiestatis Vestrae factae excedentes ducatorum milia quinquaginta, prout in consulta, ad quam habeatur relatio et adhuc pro media parte non est factus comp<u>tus paper damaged[us]us paper damaged. Pro quibus omnibus Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
reges nostriSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
nihil aliud petunt a Maiestate Vestra, quam solam gratitudinem et benevolentiam, nec non quasdam poenas seu compositiones pecuniarias ab eorum vasallis tempore olim sequestrati status per fiscum Sacratissimae Maiestatis Vestrae exactas, et cum fructibus sequestratis depositas. De quibus adhuc es non est definitum, cui debeantur. Et licet Sacratissima Maiestas Vestra suas dederit iam litteras, quarum tenor infra, quod reddantur istae compositiones fisco Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
regum nostrorumSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
, quia sunt fructus iurisdic<t>ionis eorum, illi tamen praetendunt crimen laesae maiestatis, quod ipsi vasalli excesserunt contra certos curiae servitores et ita dicunt dictas compositiones spectare ad cameram. Et adhuc etiam de aliis fructibus sequestratis non fuit facta plena ratio. Dignetur Sacratissima Maiestas Vestra has compositiones donare et t written overqqtt written overqam de illis, quam omnibus fructibus tempore sequestri perceptis plenam rationem facere et deducto relevio et oneribus residuum, quod remanebit, fisco Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
regum nostrorumSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
reddere mandare, partim de iustitia, partim de gratia, quo ad compositiones, de quibus adhuc non est definitum, cui debeantur.

Scribatur Collateral Council of the Emperor in Naples consilio NeapolitanoCollateral Council of the Emperor in Naples , ut Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of CastilecaesaremCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile de his informet, de quibus maiestas sua nullam habet informationem.[3]

BCz 403, p. 700

Insuper petitur nomine, quo supra, ut in supplementum compensationis istorum damnorum concedere dignaretur eis Sacratissima Maiestas Vestra quandam iurisdic<t>ionem tantum criminalem oppiduli parvi Cisternino, town in southern Italy, Apulia (Puglia), 35 km SE of BariCisterninoCisternino, town in southern Italy, Apulia (Puglia), 35 km SE of Bari in terra Otranto, district in southern Italy, Apulia (Puglia)HydruntiOtranto, district in southern Italy, Apulia (Puglia), qua privati sunt Citizens of Monopoli cives et communitas Monopolien(se)s or Monopolien(si)sMonopolien(se)sMonopolien(se)s or Monopolien(si)s Citizens of Monopoli ob rebellionem etc. et concessa fuit haec iurisdic<t>io cuidam nobili Fonseca in 1526 received iurisdiction in Monopoli (cf. IDT 174); possibly identical with Galeotto Fonseca baron of Cisternino in 1530-1536, doctor of both canon and civil law, advisor to Pedro Alvarez de Toledo Viceroy of NaplesFonsecaFonseca in 1526 received iurisdiction in Monopoli (cf. IDT 174); possibly identical with Galeotto Fonseca baron of Cisternino in 1530-1536, doctor of both canon and civil law, advisor to Pedro Alvarez de Toledo Viceroy of Naples, quam ille nunc possidet paper damaged[et]et paper damaged ad arbitrium et beneplacitum Sacratissimae Maiestatis Vestrae, salva iurisdictione civili, quam possidet Teodoro Pio (†1561), ca. 1513-1544 bishop of Monopoli, 1544-1561 bishop of Faenzaepiscopus MonopoliensisTeodoro Pio (†1561), ca. 1513-1544 bishop of Monopoli, 1544-1561 bishop of Faenza. Quod superinscribeddd superinscribed quidem oppidum est ruinatum et non paper damaged[on]on paper damaged excedit CCC-ta focularia, et proventus annui huiusmodi iurisdic<t>ionis criminalis non excedunt ducatos CC-tos.

Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of CastileCaesarCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile nihil adhuc statuit de rebus rebellium. Ubi tum statuetur, non erit immemor serenissimae Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of AragonreginaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon.[4]

BCz 403, p. 699

Ultimo, nomine quo supra propositae et probatae fuerunt coram Collateral Council of the Emperor in Naples collaterali concilioCollateral Council of the Emperor in Naples certae summae pecuniariae, quae Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
regibus nostrisSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
a Caesarea Sacratissima Maiestate Vestra debentur.

Et primum tria milia illustri Hernando de Alarcón (*1466 – †1540), famous Spanish general, participant in war of Granada and Italian Wars, trusted advisor of Emperor Charles V of Habsburg; after the battle of Pavia (1525) Francis I King of France was committed to his custody; after the Sack of Rome (1527) he also guarded the captive Pope Clement VII; viceroy of Calabria, marquis de Valera and castellan of Castelnuovo in Naples (LARRAÑAGA, p. 412)AlarconiHernando de Alarcón (*1466 – †1540), famous Spanish general, participant in war of Granada and Italian Wars, trusted advisor of Emperor Charles V of Habsburg; after the battle of Pavia (1525) Francis I King of France was committed to his custody; after the Sack of Rome (1527) he also guarded the captive Pope Clement VII; viceroy of Calabria, marquis de Valera and castellan of Castelnuovo in Naples (LARRAÑAGA, p. 412) capitaneo generali felicissimi exercitus Sacratissimae Maiestatis Vestrae pro servitio eiusdem in sustentando et manutenendo dicto exercitu per Antonio Niccolo Carmignano (Suavius Parthenopeus) (†1544), humanist, poet, student of Jacopo Sannazzaro, author of panegyrics extolling the Polish royal family (ca. 1532). In 1528 went into the service of Duke of Bisignano Pietro Antonio Sanseverino (commander of emperor's army), under the Duke's command he fought against French forces in Calabria; 1518 treasurer of Queen Bona Sforza; ca. 1525-1528 and 1535 general treasurer of the Duchy of Bari; 1537 castellan of Bari (POCIECHA 2, p. 54-56)thesaurarium BarensemAntonio Niccolo Carmignano (Suavius Parthenopeus) (†1544), humanist, poet, student of Jacopo Sannazzaro, author of panegyrics extolling the Polish royal family (ca. 1532). In 1528 went into the service of Duke of Bisignano Pietro Antonio Sanseverino (commander of emperor's army), under the Duke's command he fought against French forces in Calabria; 1518 treasurer of Queen Bona Sforza; ca. 1525-1528 and 1535 general treasurer of the Duchy of Bari; 1537 castellan of Bari (POCIECHA 2, p. 54-56) praestita.

Item duo milia similiter Count of Borrello commander of imperial troops in Italy (POCIECHA 4, p. 234, 239, 245)comiti BorelliCount of Borrello commander of imperial troops in Italy (POCIECHA 4, p. 234, 239, 245) pro simili necessitate concessa, de quibus factus fuit introitus in <computo> praesentato in camera summaria.

Item illa duo milia per Maiestatem Vestram Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
regibus meisSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
, in quibuscumque proventibus suis Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandducatus BariBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland et Rossano, duchy in southern Italy, Calabriaprincipatus RossaniRossano, duchy in southern Italy, Calabria donata, quales proventus nullos ibi habet Sacratissima Maiestas Vestra praeter solam adoham et donativa, quando imponuntur. Et illa adoha hactenus de Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandducatu BarensiBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland et Rossano, duchy in southern Italy, Calabriaprincipatu RossaniRossano, duchy in southern Italy, Calabria non est exacta sed suspensa per Collateral Council of the Emperor in Naples collaterale conciliumCollateral Council of the Emperor in Naples usque ad Maium proximum, ut interea Sacratissima Maiestas Vestra declaret in praemissis voluntatem suam, attentis istis liquidis summis et unde alias repeti deberent vel possent.

BCz 403, p. 698

Serenissimi domini Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
reges nostriSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
non petunt nec exigunt has pecuniarum summas restitui fisco suo in prom<p>tis et paratis pecuniis, ne videantur gravare cameram Sacratissimae Maiestatis Vestrae, sed tantum petunt haec excomputari de adohis ultimis impositis vel imponendis tempore eorum possessionis, quae nondum sunt exactae. Quod magis est iustitiae, quam gratiae, nam omni iure et aequitate admittitur debitorum compensatio.

Quod si Sacratissima Maiestas Vestra multis nunc occupata differret expeditionem istorum, saltem dignetur prorogare et suspendere exactionem illius adohae usque ad decisionem suam in praemissis. Attento, quod Collateral Council of the Emperor in Naples concilium suum collateraleCollateral Council of the Emperor in Naples suspendit eandem ad Maium proximum, ut interea Maiestas Vestra declaret mentem suam.

Ioannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), diplomat, neo-Latin poet and traveller; 1504 royal scribe; 1507 referendary for Prussian affairs at the court of Sigismund Jagiellon; 1508-1513 royal envoy to Prussian towns and to the Prussian assemblies; 1515 secretary of the Polish legation at the imperial court; in 1516-1532 envoy in the service of the king of Poland Sigismund Jagiellon and emperors Maximilian and Charles V of Habsburg; 1529 Kulm canon; 1530-1537 bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 bishop of ErmlandOratorIoannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), diplomat, neo-Latin poet and traveller; 1504 royal scribe; 1507 referendary for Prussian affairs at the court of Sigismund Jagiellon; 1508-1513 royal envoy to Prussian towns and to the Prussian assemblies; 1515 secretary of the Polish legation at the imperial court; in 1516-1532 envoy in the service of the king of Poland Sigismund Jagiellon and emperors Maximilian and Charles V of Habsburg; 1529 Kulm canon; 1530-1537 bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 bishop of Ermland Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
regum Polon<i>aeSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria

Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon, King of Poland; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon
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13 IDT  313 Ioannes DANTISCUS to Charles V of Habsburg    [Augsburg]    [1530-07-27]

Manuscript sources:
1office copy in Latin, in secretary's hand, BNW, BOZ, 2053, TG 27, No. 3471, f. 124r-v
2copy in Latin, 16th-century, BJ, 6557, f. 377v-378v
3copy in Latin, 18th-century, BCz, 274, No. 237, p. 476-479

 

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Supplicatio seu memoriale a Ioannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), diplomat, neo-Latin poet and traveller; 1504 royal scribe; 1507 referendary for Prussian affairs at the court of Sigismund Jagiellon; 1508-1513 royal envoy to Prussian towns and to the Prussian assemblies; 1515 secretary of the Polish legation at the imperial court; in 1516-1532 envoy in the service of the king of Poland Sigismund Jagiellon and emperors Maximilian and Charles V of Habsburg; 1529 Kulm canon; 1530-1537 bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 bishop of ErmlandDantiscoIoannes Dantiscus (Johannes von Höfen, Ioannes de Curiis, Jan Dantyszek, Johannes Flachsbinder) (*1485 – †1548), diplomat, neo-Latin poet and traveller; 1504 royal scribe; 1507 referendary for Prussian affairs at the court of Sigismund Jagiellon; 1508-1513 royal envoy to Prussian towns and to the Prussian assemblies; 1515 secretary of the Polish legation at the imperial court; in 1516-1532 envoy in the service of the king of Poland Sigismund Jagiellon and emperors Maximilian and Charles V of Habsburg; 1529 Kulm canon; 1530-1537 bishop of Kulm; 1537-1548 bishop of Ermland Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of CastilecaesariCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile datum.

Sacratissima Caesarea Maiestaset Catholica Maiestas

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From 1466 Prussia was divided into Royal Prussia (Prussia Regalis), which was a part of the Kingdom of Poland, and Teutonic Prussia (Prussia Ordinis Theutonici) – covering the remnants of the former territory of the Teutonic Order’s state in Prussia. In 1525, the Order’s last Grand Master, Albrecht von Hohenzollern, converted to Lutheranism and became the first lay duke in former Teutonic Prussia (dux in Prussia), which from then on was called Ducal Prussia (Prussia Ducalis). At that time, as a result of the treaty of Cracow, Ducal Prussia became a fief of the kings of PolandPrussiaPrussia, region in central Europe, bordered by Pomerania, Poland, Lithuania and Livonia. From 1466 Prussia was divided into Royal Prussia (Prussia Regalis), which was a part of the Kingdom of Poland, and Teutonic Prussia (Prussia Ordinis Theutonici) – covering the remnants of the former territory of the Teutonic Order’s state in Prussia. In 1525, the Order’s last Grand Master, Albrecht von Hohenzollern, converted to Lutheranism and became the first lay duke in former Teutonic Prussia (dux in Prussia), which from then on was called Ducal Prussia (Prussia Ducalis). At that time, as a result of the treaty of Cracow, Ducal Prussia became a fief of the kings of Poland sub ea condicione donavit, quod si reliquam Prussiae partem conquirerent, facta secum aequa divisione ex priore donatione cederent. 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In 1525, the Order’s last Grand Master, Albrecht von Hohenzollern, converted to Lutheranism and became the first lay duke in former Teutonic Prussia (dux in Prussia), which from then on was called Ducal Prussia (Prussia Ducalis). At that time, as a result of the treaty of Cracow, Ducal Prussia became a fief of the kings of PolandPrussiaPrussia, region in central Europe, bordered by Pomerania, Poland, Lithuania and Livonia. From 1466 Prussia was divided into Royal Prussia (Prussia Regalis), which was a part of the Kingdom of Poland, and Teutonic Prussia (Prussia Ordinis Theutonici) – covering the remnants of the former territory of the Teutonic Order’s state in Prussia. In 1525, the Order’s last Grand Master, Albrecht von Hohenzollern, converted to Lutheranism and became the first lay duke in former Teutonic Prussia (dux in Prussia), which from then on was called Ducal Prussia (Prussia Ducalis). 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Quod igitur in notitiam Sacratissimae Maiestatis Vestrae deducendum existimavi, quo ista apud se accuratius reputaret et non permitteret serenissimo domino meo Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaregi PoloniaeSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria, cuius antecessores et ipse verum se semper omnium terrarum Prussia, region in central Europe, bordered by Pomerania, Poland, Lithuania and Livonia. From 1466 Prussia was divided into Royal Prussia (Prussia Regalis), which was a part of the Kingdom of Poland, and Teutonic Prussia (Prussia Ordinis Theutonici) – covering the remnants of the former territory of the Teutonic Order’s state in Prussia. In 1525, the Order’s last Grand Master, Albrecht von Hohenzollern, converted to Lutheranism and became the first lay duke in former Teutonic Prussia (dux in Prussia), which from then on was called Ducal Prussia (Prussia Ducalis). At that time, as a result of the treaty of Cracow, Ducal Prussia became a fief of the kings of PolandPrussiaePrussia, region in central Europe, bordered by Pomerania, Poland, Lithuania and Livonia. From 1466 Prussia was divided into Royal Prussia (Prussia Regalis), which was a part of the Kingdom of Poland, and Teutonic Prussia (Prussia Ordinis Theutonici) – covering the remnants of the former territory of the Teutonic Order’s state in Prussia. In 1525, the Order’s last Grand Master, Albrecht von Hohenzollern, converted to Lutheranism and became the first lay duke in former Teutonic Prussia (dux in Prussia), which from then on was called Ducal Prussia (Prussia Ducalis). At that time, as a result of the treaty of Cracow, Ducal Prussia became a fief of the kings of Poland dominum et heredem scripsit, ea in re gravamen aut praeiudicium fieri.

Quod spectat illustrissimum dominum Albrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544)Albertum marchionem BrandenburgensemAlbrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544) ducem in Prussia, region in central Europe, bordered by Pomerania, Poland, Lithuania and Livonia. From 1466 Prussia was divided into Royal Prussia (Prussia Regalis), which was a part of the Kingdom of Poland, and Teutonic Prussia (Prussia Ordinis Theutonici) – covering the remnants of the former territory of the Teutonic Order’s state in Prussia. In 1525, the Order’s last Grand Master, Albrecht von Hohenzollern, converted to Lutheranism and became the first lay duke in former Teutonic Prussia (dux in Prussia), which from then on was called Ducal Prussia (Prussia Ducalis). At that time, as a result of the treaty of Cracow, Ducal Prussia became a fief of the kings of PolandPrussiaPrussia, region in central Europe, bordered by Pomerania, Poland, Lithuania and Livonia. From 1466 Prussia was divided into Royal Prussia (Prussia Regalis), which was a part of the Kingdom of Poland, and Teutonic Prussia (Prussia Ordinis Theutonici) – covering the remnants of the former territory of the Teutonic Order’s state in Prussia. In 1525, the Order’s last Grand Master, Albrecht von Hohenzollern, converted to Lutheranism and became the first lay duke in former Teutonic Prussia (dux in Prussia), which from then on was called Ducal Prussia (Prussia Ducalis). At that time, as a result of the treaty of Cracow, Ducal Prussia became a fief of the kings of Poland, qui ab adversariis suis coram Sacratissima Maiestate Vestra traductus esse fertur, quod habitum Teutonic Order (Order of Brothers of the German House of Saint Mary in Jerusalem, Ordo domus Sanctae Mariae Theutonicorum Hierosolymitanorum), military order founded at the end of the 12th centuryordinisTeutonic Order (Order of Brothers of the German House of Saint Mary in Jerusalem, Ordo domus Sanctae Mariae Theutonicorum Hierosolymitanorum), military order founded at the end of the 12th century reliquerit, id ego defendendum, cum mihi commissum non sit, non suscipio. Sed est quidam consiliarius, ab eo huc BNW BOZ 2053 TG 27, No. 3471, f. 124v ob id missus Georg Klingenbeck (Jorgen), diplomat; Commander (Hauptmann) in Klaipėda; councillor of Duke Albrecht von Hohenzollern; in the twenties ducal envoy to Scandinavia, Moscow, Livonia, Poland and Spain; 1529 - to the Diet of Speyer; 1530 - to the Diet of Augsburg; 1534 ducal envoy to Mauritius Ferber, Bishop of Ermland (HARTMANN 1525-1550, No. 322, 324; HUBATSCH 1985, p. 59)Georgius ClingenbekGeorg Klingenbeck (Jorgen), diplomat; Commander (Hauptmann) in Klaipėda; councillor of Duke Albrecht von Hohenzollern; in the twenties ducal envoy to Scandinavia, Moscow, Livonia, Poland and Spain; 1529 - to the Diet of Speyer; 1530 - to the Diet of Augsburg; 1534 ducal envoy to Mauritius Ferber, Bishop of Ermland (HARTMANN 1525-1550, No. 322, 324; HUBATSCH 1985, p. 59) capitaneus in Klajpeda (Memel), city and port in northern Ducal Prussia, today in LithuaniaMimelKlajpeda (Memel), city and port in northern Ducal Prussia, today in Lithuania, quem dixit Sacratissima Maiestas Vestra accusatum esse pro malo homine et quod multa mala patrare debuerit, quod tamen contra illum, ut reor, non facile probari potest, cum alias eum numquam talem dici aut esse cognoverim fuitque prius apud Sacratissimam Maiestatem Vestram ab eodem domino suo marchione Alberto in Spain (Hispania)HispaniaSpain (Hispania) sine ea labe nuntius. Georg Klingenbeck (Jorgen), diplomat; Commander (Hauptmann) in Klaipėda; councillor of Duke Albrecht von Hohenzollern; in the twenties ducal envoy to Scandinavia, Moscow, Livonia, Poland and Spain; 1529 - to the Diet of Speyer; 1530 - to the Diet of Augsburg; 1534 ducal envoy to Mauritius Ferber, Bishop of Ermland (HARTMANN 1525-1550, No. 322, 324; HUBATSCH 1985, p. 59)IsGeorg Klingenbeck (Jorgen), diplomat; Commander (Hauptmann) in Klaipėda; councillor of Duke Albrecht von Hohenzollern; in the twenties ducal envoy to Scandinavia, Moscow, Livonia, Poland and Spain; 1529 - to the Diet of Speyer; 1530 - to the Diet of Augsburg; 1534 ducal envoy to Mauritius Ferber, Bishop of Ermland (HARTMANN 1525-1550, No. 322, 324; HUBATSCH 1985, p. 59) paulo ante admonitus, quod graviter Sacratissimae Maiestati Vestrae fuerit delatus, ne forsan causa indicta on the margin in place of crossed-outindictaindictaindictaindicta on the margin in place of crossed-outindicta quicquam durius contra eum statueretur, secessit scripsitque eas, quas cum hoc memoriali mitto Sacratissimae Maiestati Vestrae, litteras, ut salvum conductum ad se purgandum de obiectis et ad negotia Albrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544)domini suiAlbrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544) tractandum a Sacratissima Maiestate Vestra habere possit. Quod cum iniquum non sit, spero, non difficulter a Sacratissima Maiestate obtinebit.

Recensui etiam [1530-07-26]heri[1530-07-26] Sacratissimae Maiestati Vestrae, quo pacto reverendissimus dominus Thomas Schöning (†1539), 1528-1539 Archbishop of Riga (ADB, Bd. 32, p. 312-313)electus archiepiscopus RigensisThomas Schöning (†1539), 1528-1539 Archbishop of Riga (ADB, Bd. 32, p. 312-313) illustrem dominum Wilhelm von Hohenzollern (*1498 – †1563), son of Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach Frederick I and Sophia, daughter of King of Poland Kazimierz IV Jagiellon; brother of Duke in Prussia Albrecht von Hohenzollern; 1532 elected bishop of Ösel–Wiek, he didn't succeed to an office; 1529-1539 coadjutor of archbishop of Riga; 1539-1561 archbishop of RigaVilhelmum marchionem BrandenburgensemWilhelm von Hohenzollern (*1498 – †1563), son of Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach Frederick I and Sophia, daughter of King of Poland Kazimierz IV Jagiellon; brother of Duke in Prussia Albrecht von Hohenzollern; 1532 elected bishop of Ösel–Wiek, he didn't succeed to an office; 1529-1539 coadjutor of archbishop of Riga; 1539-1561 archbishop of Riga ob multos respectus et rationabiles causas cum consensu Riga Chapter capituliRiga Chapter et totius nobilitatis in coadiutorem sibi receperit, supplicando, ut ad eam coadiutoriam Sacratissima Maiestas Vestra clementer consentire et ad serenissimum dominum nostrum commendaticias suas pro utriusque confirmatione impetranda non gravate dare velit. Quod etiam per me Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimus dominus meusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria, qui hoc mihi iniunxit, summopere rogat pro ipso domino Wilhelm von Hohenzollern (*1498 – †1563), son of Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach Frederick I and Sophia, daughter of King of Poland Kazimierz IV Jagiellon; brother of Duke in Prussia Albrecht von Hohenzollern; 1532 elected bishop of Ösel–Wiek, he didn't succeed to an office; 1529-1539 coadjutor of archbishop of Riga; 1539-1561 archbishop of RigamarchioneWilhelm von Hohenzollern (*1498 – †1563), son of Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach Frederick I and Sophia, daughter of King of Poland Kazimierz IV Jagiellon; brother of Duke in Prussia Albrecht von Hohenzollern; 1532 elected bishop of Ösel–Wiek, he didn't succeed to an office; 1529-1539 coadjutor of archbishop of Riga; 1539-1561 archbishop of Riga nepote suo apud Sacratissimam Maiestatem Vestram ex animo intercedendo. Qua in re Sacratissima Maiestas Vestra sibi Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimum dominum meumSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria non vulgariter devinciet.

14 IDT  227 Ioannes DANTISCUS to Charles V of Habsburg    [Regensburg]    [1532-04-16]

Manuscript sources:
1office copy in Latin, in secretary's hand, BNW, BOZ, 2053, TG 26, No. 3388, f. 238r-239v
2copy in Latin, 16th-century, BJ, 6557, f. 378v-380r
3copy in Latin, 16th-century, BCz, 271, f. 42v-43v
4copy in Latin, 16th-century, BK, 217, f. 42v-44r
5copy in Latin, 17th-century, BCz, 270, p. 62-64
6copy in Latin, 18th-century, BCz, 48 (TN), No. 80, p. 229 – 233

Prints:
1DOGIEL 4 No. 200, p. 283-284 (in extenso)
2AT 14 No. 192, p. 296-298 (in extenso, last pargraph missing; Polish register)
3BUES 2009 p. 312-214 (in extenso)

 

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Superioribus diebus Brussels (Bruxellae), city in the Low Countries, Duchy of Brabant, since the regency of Mary of Hungary the capital of the Habsburg Netherlands, today the capital of BelgiumBruxellisBrussels (Bruxellae), city in the Low Countries, Duchy of Brabant, since the regency of Mary of Hungary the capital of the Habsburg Netherlands, today the capital of Belgium 1531-09-02secunda die Septembris praeteriti1531-09-02 Serenissimae Maiestati Vestrae nomine serenissimi domini mei superinscribed, in the hand of othermeimei superinscribed, in the hand of other Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaregis PoloniaeSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria exposui, quomodo ante aliquot tunc menses ill(ustris) or ill(ustrissimus)ill(ustris)ill(ustris) or ill(ustrissimus) princeps Albrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544)Albertus marchio BrandenburgensisAlbrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544) dux in Prussia ex sorore serenissimi domini mei nepos monitorio poenali ratione terrarum Prussia, region in central Europe, bordered by Pomerania, Poland, Lithuania and Livonia. From 1466 Prussia was divided into Royal Prussia (Prussia Regalis), which was a part of the Kingdom of Poland, and Teutonic Prussia (Prussia Ordinis Theutonici) – covering the remnants of the former territory of the Teutonic Order’s state in Prussia. In 1525, the Order’s last Grand Master, Albrecht von Hohenzollern, converted to Lutheranism and became the first lay duke in former Teutonic Prussia (dux in Prussia), which from then on was called Ducal Prussia (Prussia Ducalis). At that time, as a result of the treaty of Cracow, Ducal Prussia became a fief of the kings of PolandPrussiaePrussia, region in central Europe, bordered by Pomerania, Poland, Lithuania and Livonia. From 1466 Prussia was divided into Royal Prussia (Prussia Regalis), which was a part of the Kingdom of Poland, and Teutonic Prussia (Prussia Ordinis Theutonici) – covering the remnants of the former territory of the Teutonic Order’s state in Prussia. In 1525, the Order’s last Grand Master, Albrecht von Hohenzollern, converted to Lutheranism and became the first lay duke in former Teutonic Prussia (dux in Prussia), which from then on was called Ducal Prussia (Prussia Ducalis). At that time, as a result of the treaty of Cracow, Ducal Prussia became a fief of the kings of Poland ad instantiam administratoris designati Teutonic Order (Order of Brothers of the German House of Saint Mary in Jerusalem, Ordo domus Sanctae Mariae Theutonicorum Hierosolymitanorum), military order founded at the end of the 12th centuryordinis TeutonicorumTeutonic Order (Order of Brothers of the German House of Saint Mary in Jerusalem, Ordo domus Sanctae Mariae Theutonicorum Hierosolymitanorum), military order founded at the end of the 12th century peremptoria citatione fuerat ad Imperial Chamber Court (Iudicium Camerae Imperialis, Sąd Kameralny Rzeszy, Reichskammergericht), one of two highest judicial institutions in the Holy Roman Empire, founded in 1495 at the Imperial Diet of Worms (the other one being the Aulic Council - Reichshofrat)iudicium camerae imperialisImperial Chamber Court (Iudicium Camerae Imperialis, Sąd Kameralny Rzeszy, Reichskammergericht), one of two highest judicial institutions in the Holy Roman Empire, founded in 1495 at the Imperial Diet of Worms (the other one being the Aulic Council - Reichshofrat) evocatus, ut intra octo septimanas terras Prussiae illi a serenissimo domino meo in feudum datas, sub poena banni Walther von Cronberg (*1479 – †1543), 1526 German Master of the Teutonic Order; 1527 - Grand Master (as a successor of Albrecht von Hohenzollern)administratori ordinisWalther von Cronberg (*1479 – †1543), 1526 German Master of the Teutonic Order; 1527 - Grand Master (as a successor of Albrecht von Hohenzollern) restitueret vel elapsis octo septimanis intra nonaginta dies compareret propositurus iustas causas, cur ad eam restitutionem non teneatur et quod igitur serenissimus dominus meus ill(ustri) or ill(ustrissimo)ill(ustri)ill(ustri) or ill(ustrissimo) domino duci in Prussia vigore superioritatis suae prohibuerit ratione terrarum Prussiae et feudi super his concessi in iudicio camerae comparere et respondere, cum ad id pro susc in the other hand, written over ppcc in the other hand, written over pep in the other hand, written over ccpp in the other hand, written over cto a serenissimo domino meo feudo minime teneatur, quandoquidem ipsum dominum ducem in Prussia serenissimus dominus meus ut nepotem et principem Poland (Kingdom of Poland, Polonia)regni suiPoland (Kingdom of Poland, Polonia) iure feudi, quod illi in terris suis Prussiae concessit, defendendum et pro eo respondendum susceperit. Dixique praeterea Sacratissimae Maiestati Vestrae et quemadmodum alia supra enumerata in scriptis dedi serenissimum dominum meum Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaregem PoloniaeSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria paratum esse semper iustis rationibus et causis sufficientibus contra adversariorum impetitiones iustitiam et iura sua, quae ad terras Prussia, region in central Europe, bordered by Pomerania, Poland, Lithuania and Livonia. From 1466 Prussia was divided into Royal Prussia (Prussia Regalis), which was a part of the Kingdom of Poland, and Teutonic Prussia (Prussia Ordinis Theutonici) – covering the remnants of the former territory of the Teutonic Order’s state in Prussia. In 1525, the Order’s last Grand Master, Albrecht von Hohenzollern, converted to Lutheranism and became the first lay duke in former Teutonic Prussia (dux in Prussia), which from then on was called Ducal Prussia (Prussia Ducalis). At that time, as a result of the treaty of Cracow, Ducal Prussia became a fief of the kings of PolandPrussiaePrussia, region in central Europe, bordered by Pomerania, Poland, Lithuania and Livonia. From 1466 Prussia was divided into Royal Prussia (Prussia Regalis), which was a part of the Kingdom of Poland, and Teutonic Prussia (Prussia Ordinis Theutonici) – covering the remnants of the former territory of the Teutonic Order’s state in Prussia. In 1525, the Order’s last Grand Master, Albrecht von Hohenzollern, converted to Lutheranism and became the first lay duke in former Teutonic Prussia (dux in Prussia), which from then on was called Ducal Prussia (Prussia Ducalis). At that time, as a result of the treaty of Cracow, Ducal Prussia became a fief of the kings of Poland praedecessores serenitatis eius et ipsa cum suis successoribus habuit semper et est habitura, demonstrare atque ex omni parte Deo bene BNW BOZ 2053 TG 26, No. 3388, f. 238v favente tueri. Rogavi itaque eo tempore Sacratissimam Maiestatem Vestram impense Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimi domini meiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria nomine, ut hanc excusationem, quod ipse dominus Albrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544)dux in PrussiaAlbrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544) sic prohibitus non comparere aut respondere ... potuerit, pro mutuo fraterno amore et iustitia, quam serenissimus dominus meus in terras Prussia, region in central Europe, bordered by Pomerania, Poland, Lithuania and Livonia. From 1466 Prussia was divided into Royal Prussia (Prussia Regalis), which was a part of the Kingdom of Poland, and Teutonic Prussia (Prussia Ordinis Theutonici) – covering the remnants of the former territory of the Teutonic Order’s state in Prussia. In 1525, the Order’s last Grand Master, Albrecht von Hohenzollern, converted to Lutheranism and became the first lay duke in former Teutonic Prussia (dux in Prussia), which from then on was called Ducal Prussia (Prussia Ducalis). At that time, as a result of the treaty of Cracow, Ducal Prussia became a fief of the kings of PolandPrussiaePrussia, region in central Europe, bordered by Pomerania, Poland, Lithuania and Livonia. From 1466 Prussia was divided into Royal Prussia (Prussia Regalis), which was a part of the Kingdom of Poland, and Teutonic Prussia (Prussia Ordinis Theutonici) – covering the remnants of the former territory of the Teutonic Order’s state in Prussia. In 1525, the Order’s last Grand Master, Albrecht von Hohenzollern, converted to Lutheranism and became the first lay duke in former Teutonic Prussia (dux in Prussia), which from then on was called Ducal Prussia (Prussia Ducalis). At that time, as a result of the treaty of Cracow, Ducal Prussia became a fief of the kings of Poland habet atque etiam pro rerum Christianarum tranquillitate, qua ad praesens maxime egent, boni consulere et benigniter admittere dignaretur iuberetque Imperial Chamber Court (Iudicium Camerae Imperialis, Sąd Kameralny Rzeszy, Reichskammergericht), one of two highest judicial institutions in the Holy Roman Empire, founded in 1495 at the Imperial Diet of Worms (the other one being the Aulic Council - Reichshofrat)iudicio cameraeImperial Chamber Court (Iudicium Camerae Imperialis, Sąd Kameralny Rzeszy, Reichskammergericht), one of two highest judicial institutions in the Holy Roman Empire, founded in 1495 at the Imperial Diet of Worms (the other one being the Aulic Council - Reichshofrat), ut ea in causa ulterius non procederet et subditum principem serenissimi regis mei cum Ducal Prussiaterris suisDucal Prussia a serenissimo rege meo in feudum acceptis cum istiusmodi iuris processu deinceps non molestaret, quo multa inconvenientia, quae inde oriri possent, evitarentur.

Ad ista mihi Sacratissima Maiestas Vestra responderi et Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimo domino meoSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria rescribi iussit negotium hoc spectare ad Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation (Empire, Reich, Imperium)imperiumHoly Roman Empire of the German Nation (Empire, Reich, Imperium), cuius eo tempore Imperial Diet (Reichstag) conventusImperial Diet (Reichstag) in Speyer (Spira), city in western Germany, on the Rhine river, 25 km S of MannheimSpiraSpeyer (Spira), city in western Germany, on the Rhine river, 25 km S of Mannheim fuerat institutus et quod ibidem Sacratissima Maiestas Vestra datura esset operam, ut omnia ea fierent, quae iuribus et iustitiae mere serenissimi regis mei convenirent seque serenissimo domino meo nulla in re praeiudicaturam, sed quantum posset, gratificaturam. Cum autem Imperial Diet (Reichstag) Spirensis conventusImperial Diet (Reichstag) exspirasset, interea quo iste conventus Regensburg (Ratisbona), city in southeastern Germany, Bavaria, on the Danube riverRatisbonaeRegensburg (Ratisbona), city in southeastern Germany, Bavaria, on the Danube river institutus esset, Imperial Chamber Court (Iudicium Camerae Imperialis, Sąd Kameralny Rzeszy, Reichskammergericht), one of two highest judicial institutions in the Holy Roman Empire, founded in 1495 at the Imperial Diet of Worms (the other one being the Aulic Council - Reichshofrat)iudicium cameraeImperial Chamber Court (Iudicium Camerae Imperialis, Sąd Kameralny Rzeszy, Reichskammergericht), one of two highest judicial institutions in the Holy Roman Empire, founded in 1495 at the Imperial Diet of Worms (the other one being the Aulic Council - Reichshofrat) in causa ad instantiam Walther von Cronberg (*1479 – †1543), 1526 German Master of the Teutonic Order; 1527 - Grand Master (as a successor of Albrecht von Hohenzollern)administratorisWalther von Cronberg (*1479 – †1543), 1526 German Master of the Teutonic Order; 1527 - Grand Master (as a successor of Albrecht von Hohenzollern) processit et in vim contumaciae ill(ustrem) or ill(ustrissimum)ill(ustrem)ill(ustrem) or ill(ustrissimum) dominum Albrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544)ducem in PrussiaAlbrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544), sic a Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimo domino meoSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria, ne compareret, prohibitum omnesque illi adhaerentes et faventes cum absolutione Inhabitants of Poland subditorum serenissimi domini regis meiInhabitants of Poland a debito et iuramentis in mense Ianuario novissime praeterito bannitum declaravit et litteris suis per Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation (Empire, Reich, Imperium)imperiumHoly Roman Empire of the German Nation (Empire, Reich, Imperium) sic bannitum publicavit BNW BOZ 2053 TG 26, No. 3388, f. 239r ac valvis et locis publicis affixit superinscribed in place of crossed-out erunteruntitit superinscribed in place of crossed-out erunt, quas ego litteras nuper Frankfurt am Main (Francofurtum ad Moenum, Frankenfordia), city in western Germany, HesseFrancfordiaeFrankfurt am Main (Francofurtum ad Moenum, Frankenfordia), city in western Germany, Hesse in nundinis in porta ecclesiae maioris affixas vidi et ad calcem perlegi. Quod cum Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimo domino meoSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria innotuerit, qui Poland (Kingdom of Poland, Polonia)regni suiPoland (Kingdom of Poland, Polonia) Albrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544)principemAlbrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544) subditum ratione feudi, quod illi concessit et ob id quod ille bannitus est, non deseret neque iura sua tueri ommittet, quam graviter ferat, facilis est coniectura, praesertim cum numquam prius scriptum vel auditum est, quod pro terris Prussia, region in central Europe, bordered by Pomerania, Poland, Lithuania and Livonia. From 1466 Prussia was divided into Royal Prussia (Prussia Regalis), which was a part of the Kingdom of Poland, and Teutonic Prussia (Prussia Ordinis Theutonici) – covering the remnants of the former territory of the Teutonic Order’s state in Prussia. In 1525, the Order’s last Grand Master, Albrecht von Hohenzollern, converted to Lutheranism and became the first lay duke in former Teutonic Prussia (dux in Prussia), which from then on was called Ducal Prussia (Prussia Ducalis). At that time, as a result of the treaty of Cracow, Ducal Prussia became a fief of the kings of PolandPrussiaePrussia, region in central Europe, bordered by Pomerania, Poland, Lithuania and Livonia. From 1466 Prussia was divided into Royal Prussia (Prussia Regalis), which was a part of the Kingdom of Poland, and Teutonic Prussia (Prussia Ordinis Theutonici) – covering the remnants of the former territory of the Teutonic Order’s state in Prussia. In 1525, the Order’s last Grand Master, Albrecht von Hohenzollern, converted to Lutheranism and became the first lay duke in former Teutonic Prussia (dux in Prussia), which from then on was called Ducal Prussia (Prussia Ducalis). At that time, as a result of the treaty of Cracow, Ducal Prussia became a fief of the kings of Poland quispiam regalia ab Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation (Empire, Reich, Imperium)imperioHoly Roman Empire of the German Nation (Empire, Reich, Imperium) ceperit vel illi paruerit praeterquam iste ill(ustris) or ill(ustrissimus)ill(ustris)ill(ustris) or ill(ustrissimus) dominus Albrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544)dux Prussiae AlbertusAlbrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544), tum ordinis magister, cum frustra serenissimo regi meo reluctaretur et superiore anno Teutonic Order (Order of Brothers of the German House of Saint Mary in Jerusalem, Ordo domus Sanctae Mariae Theutonicorum Hierosolymitanorum), military order founded at the end of the 12th centuryordinisTeutonic Order (Order of Brothers of the German House of Saint Mary in Jerusalem, Ordo domus Sanctae Mariae Theutonicorum Hierosolymitanorum), military order founded at the end of the 12th century istius Walther von Cronberg (*1479 – †1543), 1526 German Master of the Teutonic Order; 1527 - Grand Master (as a successor of Albrecht von Hohenzollern)administratorWalther von Cronberg (*1479 – †1543), 1526 German Master of the Teutonic Order; 1527 - Grand Master (as a successor of Albrecht von Hohenzollern). Certum autem est plures magistros Prussia, region in central Europe, bordered by Pomerania, Poland, Lithuania and Livonia. From 1466 Prussia was divided into Royal Prussia (Prussia Regalis), which was a part of the Kingdom of Poland, and Teutonic Prussia (Prussia Ordinis Theutonici) – covering the remnants of the former territory of the Teutonic Order’s state in Prussia. In 1525, the Order’s last Grand Master, Albrecht von Hohenzollern, converted to Lutheranism and became the first lay duke in former Teutonic Prussia (dux in Prussia), which from then on was called Ducal Prussia (Prussia Ducalis). At that time, as a result of the treaty of Cracow, Ducal Prussia became a fief of the kings of PolandPrussiaePrussia, region in central Europe, bordered by Pomerania, Poland, Lithuania and Livonia. From 1466 Prussia was divided into Royal Prussia (Prussia Regalis), which was a part of the Kingdom of Poland, and Teutonic Prussia (Prussia Ordinis Theutonici) – covering the remnants of the former territory of the Teutonic Order’s state in Prussia. In 1525, the Order’s last Grand Master, Albrecht von Hohenzollern, converted to Lutheranism and became the first lay duke in former Teutonic Prussia (dux in Prussia), which from then on was called Ducal Prussia (Prussia Ducalis). At that time, as a result of the treaty of Cracow, Ducal Prussia became a fief of the kings of Poland serenissimis regibus Poland (Kingdom of Poland, Polonia)PoloniaePoland (Kingdom of Poland, Polonia) homagium praestitisse eosque principes regni Poloniae nuncupatos fuisse. De religionis desertione Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimus dominus meusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria ipsum dominum Albrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544)ducem Pr superinscribedrr superinscribedussiaeAlbrecht I von Hohenzollern-Ansbach (Albrecht von Brandenburg) (*1490 – †1568), 1511-1525 Grand Master of the Teutonic Order; from 1525 to his death Duke in Prussia as a liegeman of the Polish king; son of Friedrich V of Brandenburg der Ältere and Sophia Jagiellon (daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon), nephew of Sigismund I, King of Poland; founder of the university in Königsberg (1544) non asserit aut pro eo intercedit, sed illis, quorum interest, liberum relinquit. Quae vero iura Poland (Kingdom of Poland, Polonia)regniPoland (Kingdom of Poland, Polonia) sui concernunt, illis pro debito suo cogitur intendere et ea in suis limitibus conservare, quemadmodum Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenitatem eiusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria et data Inhabitants of Poland regnicolisInhabitants of Poland fides et sacramenta astringunt. Quapropter haec sic in notitiam Serenissimae Maiestatis Vestrae nomine Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimi dominiSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria mei deducenda existimavi, cuius et nomine Serenissimam Maiestatem Vestram rogo summopere, velit haec apud se reputare et non permittere ob multa mala, quae ortum inde habere possent, bannum hoc Poland (Kingdom of Poland, Polonia)terrisPoland (Kingdom of Poland, Polonia) et Inhabitants of Poland subditisInhabitants of Poland serenissimi regis mei aliqua in parte incommodare aut ulterius distendi quam mutuo fraterno amori et observantiae serenissimi domini mei atque publicae tranquillitati BNW BOZ 2053 TG 26, No. 3388, f. 239v convenit. Quod Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimus dominus meusSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria omnibus fraternis studiis et officiis cum regno, dominiis et facultatibus suis Serenissimae Maiestati Vestrae, quam debita observantia et honore semper prosequitur, compensare sedulo studebit.

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Et cum iam in nonum usque annum apud Sacram Maiestatem Vestram a Sigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austriaserenissimo domino meoSigismund I Jagiellon (Zygmunt I) (*1467 – †1548), King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania (1506-1548); Duke of Głogów (Glogau) (1499-1506), Duke of Opava (1501-1506), Governor of Silesia (1504-1506); son of King Kazimierz IV Jagiellon and Elisabeth of Austria orator fuerim et tandem ab eius serenitate facultatem ad Prussia, region in central Europe, bordered by Pomerania, Poland, Lithuania and Livonia. From 1466 Prussia was divided into Royal Prussia (Prussia Regalis), which was a part of the Kingdom of Poland, and Teutonic Prussia (Prussia Ordinis Theutonici) – covering the remnants of the former territory of the Teutonic Order’s state in Prussia. In 1525, the Order’s last Grand Master, Albrecht von Hohenzollern, converted to Lutheranism and became the first lay duke in former Teutonic Prussia (dux in Prussia), which from then on was called Ducal Prussia (Prussia Ducalis). At that time, as a result of the treaty of Cracow, Ducal Prussia became a fief of the kings of PolandpatriamPrussia, region in central Europe, bordered by Pomerania, Poland, Lithuania and Livonia. From 1466 Prussia was divided into Royal Prussia (Prussia Regalis), which was a part of the Kingdom of Poland, and Teutonic Prussia (Prussia Ordinis Theutonici) – covering the remnants of the former territory of the Teutonic Order’s state in Prussia. In 1525, the Order’s last Grand Master, Albrecht von Hohenzollern, converted to Lutheranism and became the first lay duke in former Teutonic Prussia (dux in Prussia), which from then on was called Ducal Prussia (Prussia Ducalis). At that time, as a result of the treaty of Cracow, Ducal Prussia became a fief of the kings of Poland et ad inhabitants of Kulm diocese oviculas measinhabitants of Kulm diocese redeundi impetraverim Sacrae Maiestati Vestrae humiliter supplico, ut me tam benigno et pleno responso super his et aliis, quae in scriptis dedi, cum gratia sua clementer a se dimittere dignetur. Ubicumque et quodcumque futurus sum, semper futurus sum Sacrae Maiestatis Vestrae dedittissimus ac devotissimus famulus et capellanus

15 IDT  233 Memorial of Ioannes Dantiscus submitted to the Emperor Charles V von Habsburg on behalf of the King Sigismund I Jagiellon and of the Queen Bona Sforza, with inserted replies from the Secretary of the Emperor, Alfonso de Valdés    [Regensburg]    [1532-04-16]

Manuscript sources:
1copy in Latin, AGAD, Varia oddziału I, No. 2, f. 161v-163v

Prints:
1AT 14 No. 193, p. 298-303 (in extenso; Polish register)

 

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In qua quidem <> mortem filiam suam Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonserenissimam dominam meamBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon post Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzaseIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza non parvo tempore reliquit sine quo<>vis impedimento, quo<u>sque S(acra) Maiestas Vestra, licet non esset dubium seu differentia de legitimo feudi successor<e>, Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandstatum BarensemBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland cum omnibus ad illum spectantibus capi iussisset in sequestrum, quod deinde, cum causa non esset, cur duraret ulterius post datam investituram, S(acra) Maiestas Vestra relaxari et solvi mandavit, quo fa<c>to Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandstatus BarensisBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland et omnia ad illum spectantia rursus sub dicionem et potestatem serenissimae dominae meae redierunt praeterquam una San Lorenzo (defensa Sancti Laurentii), fortress in Monteserico, in the duchy of Bari, Italydefensa Sancti LaurentiiSan Lorenzo (defensa Sancti Laurentii), fortress in Monteserico, in the duchy of Bari, Italy dicta in Monteserico (Cascina Monte Serico), fief in Italy, feud belonging to the Italian inheritance of Bona Sforza, in Basilicata, now part of the commune of Genzano di LucaniaMonte SericiMonteserico (Cascina Monte Serico), fief in Italy, feud belonging to the Italian inheritance of Bona Sforza, in Basilicata, now part of the commune of Genzano di Lucania, quam contra iura et privilegia serenissimae dominae meae fiscus et regia curia S(acrae) Maiestati<s> Vestrae in Naples (Napoli, Neapolis), city in Italy, on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea, capital of the region of Campaniaregno NeapolitanoNaples (Napoli, Neapolis), city in Italy, on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea, capital of the region of Campania hucusque in gravi detrimento serenissimae dominae meae retinuit et in usus suos reservavit. Cum tamen illam San Lorenzo (defensa Sancti Laurentii), fortress in Monteserico, in the duchy of Bari, ItalydefensamSan Lorenzo (defensa Sancti Laurentii), fortress in Monteserico, in the duchy of Bari, Italy cum dominio Monteserico (Cascina Monte Serico), fief in Italy, feud belonging to the Italian inheritance of Bona Sforza, in Basilicata, now part of the commune of Genzano di LucaniaMontisericiMonteserico (Cascina Monte Serico), fief in Italy, feud belonging to the Italian inheritance of Bona Sforza, in Basilicata, now part of the commune of Genzano di Lucania Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzamaterIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonserenissimae dominae meaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon per excambium cum felicissimae recordationis Ferdinand II of Aragon the Catholic (*1452 – †1516), King of Aragon (1479–1516), Sicily (1468–1516), Naples (1504–1516), Valencia, Sardinia, and Navarre, iure uxoris King of Castile as Ferdinand V (1474–1504), Count of Barcelona; son of John II of Aragon, husband of Isabella I of Castilerege catholicoFerdinand II of Aragon the Catholic (*1452 – †1516), King of Aragon (1479–1516), Sicily (1468–1516), Naples (1504–1516), Valencia, Sardinia, and Navarre, iure uxoris King of Castile as Ferdinand V (1474–1504), Count of Barcelona; son of John II of Aragon, husband of Isabella I of Castile factum, ratione cuius illa catholicae eius maiestati quasdam alias terras dedit, pacifice et sine quovis impedimento usque ad mortem tenuit et possedit sicque etiam AGAD, Varia oddziału I, No. 2, f. 162r defensa illa cum Monte Serico in possessione(m) serenissimae dominae meae <pervenit>. Fuerim conquestus saepius commissionesque et litteras plurimas ad Collateral Council of the Emperor in Naples coll(aterale) consiliumCollateral Council of the Emperor in Naples a Sacra Maiestate Vestra impetraverim, nihil tamen hucusque aliud obtinere potui, quam quod S(acra) Maiestas Vestra mandavit novissime, ut scilicet negotium huius San Lorenzo (defensa Sancti Laurentii), fortress in Monteserico, in the duchy of Bari, ItalydefensaeSan Lorenzo (defensa Sancti Laurentii), fortress in Monteserico, in the duchy of Bari, Italy, ad quem iure spectaret, iur(e) determinaretur, hac tamen condicione adiecta, quod si Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonserenissima domina meaBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon in iustitia deficeret, S(acram) Maiestatem Vestram facturam id ipsum, in litteris suis ad serenissimam dominam meam superiori anno Brussels (Bruxellae), city in the Low Countries, Duchy of Brabant, since the regency of Mary of Hungary the capital of the Habsburg Netherlands, today the capital of BelgiumBruxellisBrussels (Bruxellae), city in the Low Countries, Duchy of Brabant, since the regency of Mary of Hungary the capital of the Habsburg Netherlands, today the capital of Belgium XXI Februarii dat<i>s Sacra Maiestas Vestra testata est, scribens, quod, si pro Sacra Maiestate Vestra sententia in hac causa ferretur, ita cum serenissima domina mea S(acram) Maiestatem Vestram acturam, ut benevolentiam erga se atque animi promptitudinem S(acrae) Maiestatis Vestrae agnosceret. Prius numquam Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonserenissima domina meaBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon voluit intrare ad iudicium S(acrae) Maiestatis Vestrae maluitque omne hoc negotium in nudam S(acrae) Maiestatis Vestrae gratiam reicere, sed cum sic <Sacra> Maiestas Vestra voluit, freta istiusmodi S(acrae) Maiestatis Vestrae promissis cum fisco rem determinare written over iiee written over i curavit, porro cum hiis diebus sententiam contra iura et privilegia sua serenissima domina mea hac in causa accepit, se tum ab illa non omnimode cecidisse arbitratur S(acrae) Maiestatis Vestrae promissae gratiae innitens neque igitur ulterius appellare voluit, s(ed) rem ipsam promissae S(acrae) Maiestatis Vestrae gratiae remisit, quamvis et iuribus et meritis serenissimae dominae meae exigentibus, multo plura quam ea, quae eius sunt propria, concedi deberent, quandoquidem ius olim illustrissimae Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzamatrisIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza dominae meae et quod ipsa vigore successionis in eam San Lorenzo (defensa Sancti Laurentii), fortress in Monteserico, in the duchy of Bari, ItalydefensamSan Lorenzo (defensa Sancti Laurentii), fortress in Monteserico, in the duchy of Bari, Italy habet, vicini ibidem incolae in regno testantur et iudicialiter testati sunt, videlicet illustrissimam olim matrem serenissimae dominae meae nihil umquam alieni usurpasse, sed quietam in huius defensae possessionem AGAD, Varia oddziału I, No. 2, f. 162v quam diu vixit fuisse ideoque ut illa pacifice dominia sua omnia et hanc defensam possidebat, ita et serenissima domina mea post mortem matris suae eadem non parvo tempore citra omne praeiudicium fisci regii et cuiusvis alterius tenuit et possedit, qua de re non sine iniuria a written over ddaa written over d defensae huius possessione serenissima domina mea videtur eiecta et si non merita matris serenissimae dominae meae hoc in casu deberent perpendi, aestimentur saltem ea, quae serenissima domina mea in bellis nuper in Naples (Napoli, Neapolis), city in Italy, on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea, capital of the region of Campaniaregno NeapolitanoNaples (Napoli, Neapolis), city in Italy, on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea, capital of the region of Campania transactis nota fecit omnibus, ubi suis propriis impensis Bari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Polandstatum BarensemBari (Barium, Status Barensis), duchy in southern Italy, on the Adriatic Sea, Bari was a hereditary country of Queen Bona of Poland ab exercitibus Francis I of Valois (*1494 – †1547), 1515-1547 King of France; son of Charles, Count of Angoulême, and Louise of Savoyregis GalliaeFrancis I of Valois (*1494 – †1547), 1515-1547 King of France; son of Charles, Count of Angoulême, and Louise of Savoy defendit et alias civitates cum gentibus machinis et pulveribus suis recuperavit et sic in his supra triginta milia ducatorum pro defensione reipublicae regni Neapolitani persolvit pauloque minus subditi eius ex eodem statu persolverunt. Praeterea intra trium annorum spatium adhuc a Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonserenissima domina meaBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon sex milia ducatorum sunt persolvenda pluraque alia sunt servitia et merita serenissimae dominae meae pro coniunctione sanguinis fidei et amoris erga S(acram) Maiestatem Vestram exhibita, quae enumerare longum esset, non debetur igitur deterioris conditionis existimari serenissima domina mea, quam fuerat olim illustrissima Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzamaterIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza eius, quae a serenissimo Ferdinand II of Aragon the Catholic (*1452 – †1516), King of Aragon (1479–1516), Sicily (1468–1516), Naples (1504–1516), Valencia, Sardinia, and Navarre, iure uxoris King of Castile as Ferdinand V (1474–1504), Count of Barcelona; son of John II of Aragon, husband of Isabella I of Castilerege catholicoFerdinand II of Aragon the Catholic (*1452 – †1516), King of Aragon (1479–1516), Sicily (1468–1516), Naples (1504–1516), Valencia, Sardinia, and Navarre, iure uxoris King of Castile as Ferdinand V (1474–1504), Count of Barcelona; son of John II of Aragon, husband of Isabella I of Castile avo S(acrae) Maiestatis Vestrae pro servitiis suis large fuerat remunerata. Quapropter S(acrae) Maiestati Vestrae <nomine> Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonserenissimae dominae meaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon supplico, ut cum ea promissam gratiam et Monteserico (Cascina Monte Serico), fief in Italy, feud belonging to the Italian inheritance of Bona Sforza, in Basilicata, now part of the commune of Genzano di LucaniaMontem SericumMonteserico (Cascina Monte Serico), fief in Italy, feud belonging to the Italian inheritance of Bona Sforza, in Basilicata, now part of the commune of Genzano di Lucania cum San Lorenzo (defensa Sancti Laurentii), fortress in Monteserico, in the duchy of Bari, Italydefensa Sancti LaurentiiSan Lorenzo (defensa Sancti Laurentii), fortress in Monteserico, in the duchy of Bari, Italy ex lata sententia relaxare et serenissimae dominae meae reintegrare dignetur.

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Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of CastileCaesarea maiestasCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile ut serenissima domina Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of AragonreginaBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon agnoscat optimum animum, quem habet erga suam serenitatem, hanc San Lorenzo (defensa Sancti Laurentii), fortress in Monteserico, in the duchy of Bari, ItalydefensamSan Lorenzo (defensa Sancti Laurentii), fortress in Monteserico, in the duchy of Bari, Italy ad se spectantem, ut indicatum est eidem, libenter et gratiose concedit, ut ea utatur quemadmodum illustrissima eius Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzamaterIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza quam diu vixit utebatur absque nullo impedimento.

Alfonso de Valdés (Alphonsus Valdesius) (*1500-1504 – †1532), Spanish humanist, friend of Erasmus of Rotterdam, brother of Juan and Diego; from 1520 in the service of the Imperial Chancellor Mercurino Gattinara; 1522 secretary of Emperor Charles V of Habsburg; 1526 Latin secretary (FERNÁNDEZ-SANTAMARÍA, p. 38-48; DE VOCHT 1961, p. 26)Valde(siu)sAlfonso de Valdés (Alphonsus Valdesius) (*1500-1504 – †1532), Spanish humanist, friend of Erasmus of Rotterdam, brother of Juan and Diego; from 1520 in the service of the Imperial Chancellor Mercurino Gattinara; 1522 secretary of Emperor Charles V of Habsburg; 1526 Latin secretary (FERNÁNDEZ-SANTAMARÍA, p. 38-48; DE VOCHT 1961, p. 26).

Supplicavi etiam nomine Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonserenissimae dominae meaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon S(acrae) Maiestati Vestrae superioribus diebus Ghent (Gent, Gand, Gandavum), city in the Low Countries, the County of Flanders, today in BelgiumGandaviiGhent (Gent, Gand, Gandavum), city in the Low Countries, the County of Flanders, today in Belgium in Flanders (Flandria), county in the Low Countries, part of the Habsburg Netherlands from 1482, today corresponding to the Belgian provinces of Western Flanders and Eastern Flanders, the region of Zeeuws-Vlaanderen in the Netherlands and part of the Département du Nord in FranceFlandriaFlanders (Flandria), county in the Low Countries, part of the Habsburg Netherlands from 1482, today corresponding to the Belgian provinces of Western Flanders and Eastern Flanders, the region of Zeeuws-Vlaanderen in the Netherlands and part of the Département du Nord in France pro bonis iam rebellium declaratorum Eligius Marre de Barulo baron; together with Cola Maria Caracciolo took over the debt of the Duchess Isabella d'Aragona; in 1532 accused of high treason against Emperor Charles V of Habsburg (AT 14, p. 15, 232-233, 298, 300-301, 733-734; POCIECHA 4, p. 252, 262, 266, 271)Elegii Marre de BaruloEligius Marre de Barulo baron; together with Cola Maria Caracciolo took over the debt of the Duchess Isabella d'Aragona; in 1532 accused of high treason against Emperor Charles V of Habsburg (AT 14, p. 15, 232-233, 298, 300-301, 733-734; POCIECHA 4, p. 252, 262, 266, 271), cui Isabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona SforzamaterIsabella d'Aragona (Isabella of Naples) (*1470 – †1524), duchess of Milan (1489-1494) and Bari (1499-1524); wife of duke of Milan Gian Galeazzo II Maria Sforza, daughter of king Alphonse II of Naples and Ippolita Maria Sforza; mother of queen Bona Sforza serenissimae dominae meae debuit quinque milia ducatorum et Cola Maria Caracciolo in 1532 accused of high treason against Emperor Charles V of Habsburg; Margrave of Castellanete (POCIECHA 4, p. 252)Nicolai Mariae <C>arazoliCola Maria Caracciolo in 1532 accused of high treason against Emperor Charles V of Habsburg; Margrave of Castellanete (POCIECHA 4, p. 252) marchionis Castellaneta, town in southern Italy, Puglia, 40 km NE of TarantoCastellanetaeCastellaneta, town in southern Italy, Puglia, 40 km NE of Taranto, cui etiam in quattuor milibus ducatorum fuerat obligata, de quibus serenissima domina mea quotannis non<>gentos solvit ducatos, <u>t S(acra) Maiestas Vestra hoc debitum novem milium ducatorum confiscatorum serenissimae dominae meae remitteret et ex pensione non<>gentorum ducatorum clementer absolveret. Ad quod tum mihi fuit a Sacra Maiestate Vestra responsum, quod ea in re vellet informari, nondum tamen hos duos in crimine laesae maiestatis esse damnatos, quam primum vero per commissarios, quos <Sacra> Maiestas Vestra his de rebus Naples (Napoli, Neapolis), city in Italy, on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea, capital of the region of CampaniaNeapolimNaples (Napoli, Neapolis), city in Italy, on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea, capital of the region of Campania tunc mittere decreverat, de illorum rebellione constaret, S(acram) Maiestatem Vestram ex benivolentia sua erga Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonserenissimam reginam meamBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon omne id, quod possibile esset, facturam.

Cum autem iam pridem isti duo Eligius Marre de Barulo baron; together with Cola Maria Caracciolo took over the debt of the Duchess Isabella d'Aragona; in 1532 accused of high treason against Emperor Charles V of Habsburg (AT 14, p. 15, 232-233, 298, 300-301, 733-734; POCIECHA 4, p. 252, 262, 266, 271)

Cola Maria Caracciolo in 1532 accused of high treason against Emperor Charles V of Habsburg; Margrave of Castellanete (POCIECHA 4, p. 252)
rebellesEligius Marre de Barulo baron; together with Cola Maria Caracciolo took over the debt of the Duchess Isabella d'Aragona; in 1532 accused of high treason against Emperor Charles V of Habsburg (AT 14, p. 15, 232-233, 298, 300-301, 733-734; POCIECHA 4, p. 252, 262, 266, 271)

Cola Maria Caracciolo in 1532 accused of high treason against Emperor Charles V of Habsburg; Margrave of Castellanete (POCIECHA 4, p. 252)
s<int> reperti et ego toties ea de re S(acram) Maiestatem Vestram commonerim illique supplicaverim et hucusque S(acra) Maiestas Vestra mentem suam super hac petitione declarare distulerit, S(acrae) Maiestati Vestrae iterum atque iterum humiliter supplico, dignetur Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonserenissimam dominam meamBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon ex huiusmodi pensione non<>gentorum ducatorum absolvere et in signum remunerationis eam summam, ut praemittitur, ob multa AGAD, Varia oddziału I, No. 2, f. 163v servitia, quae magnis suis impensis in Naples (Napoli, Neapolis), city in Italy, on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea, capital of the region of Campaniaregno NeapolitanoNaples (Napoli, Neapolis), city in Italy, on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea, capital of the region of Campania praestitit et in posterum est maiora praestitura, donare atque ex innata sua benignitate, quam aliis etiam, non benemeritis, impartiri solet, in effectum consignare, si vero, ut serenissima domina mea intellexit, <Sacra> Maiestas Vestra cuidam militi Hispano pensionem centum ducatorum super Eligius Marre de Barulo baron; together with Cola Maria Caracciolo took over the debt of the Duchess Isabella d'Aragona; in 1532 accused of high treason against Emperor Charles V of Habsburg (AT 14, p. 15, 232-233, 298, 300-301, 733-734; POCIECHA 4, p. 252, 262, 266, 271)Eligio Marre de BaruloEligius Marre de Barulo baron; together with Cola Maria Caracciolo took over the debt of the Duchess Isabella d'Aragona; in 1532 accused of high treason against Emperor Charles V of Habsburg (AT 14, p. 15, 232-233, 298, 300-301, 733-734; POCIECHA 4, p. 252, 262, 266, 271) iam dederit et inscripserit, ne haec donatio S(acrae) Maiestatis Vestrae inficiatur, sed suum sortiatur effectum, cum illo serenissima domina mea sic pollicetur se compositur<a>m, quod iustam non sit habiturus conquerendi causam.

Charles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of CastileCaesarea maiestasCharles V of Habsburg (*1500 – †1558), ruler of the Burgundian territories (1506-1555), King of Spain as Charles I (1516-1556), King of Naples and Sicily, King of the Romans (1519-1530), Holy Roman Emperor of the German Nation (elected 1519, crowned 1530, abdicated 1556); son of Philip I the Handsome and Joanna the Mad of Castile concedit Bona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragonserenissimae reginaeBona Sforza (*1494 – †1557), Queen of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1518-1557); the second wife of Sigismund I Jagiellon; Duchess of Bari and Rossano; daughter of Gian Galeazzo Sforza of Milan and Isabella of Aragon quicquid iuris fiscus regius in his habet, dummodo alteri non sit concessum hactenus.

Alfonso de Valdés (Alphonsus Valdesius) (*1500-1504 – †1532), Spanish humanist, friend of Erasmus of Rotterdam, brother of Juan and Diego; from 1520 in the service of the Imperial Chancellor Mercurino Gattinara; 1522 secretary of Emperor Charles V of Habsburg; 1526 Latin secretary (FERNÁNDEZ-SANTAMARÍA, p. 38-48; DE VOCHT 1961, p. 26)Vald(esiu)sAlfonso de Valdés (Alphonsus Valdesius) (*1500-1504 – †1532), Spanish humanist, friend of Erasmus of Rotterdam, brother of Juan and Diego; from 1520 in the service of the Imperial Chancellor Mercurino Gattinara; 1522 secretary of Emperor Charles V of Habsburg; 1526 Latin secretary (FERNÁNDEZ-SANTAMARÍA, p. 38-48; DE VOCHT 1961, p. 26).