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1617 (published)
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Print depicting the Phasma Dionysiacum Pragense, a court dance at Prague Castle in 1617. The dance was performed by noblemen for the emperor. The dance was inspired by the musical theatre of Italy.


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Brief Description
Print depicting the Phasma Dionysiacum Pragense, a court dance at Prague Castle in 1617
Physical Description
Print depicting the Phasma Dionysiacum Pragense, a court dance at Prague Castle in 1617
Credit line
Gabrielle Enthoven Collection
Summary
Print depicting the Phasma Dionysiacum Pragense, a court dance at Prague Castle in 1617. The dance was performed by noblemen for the emperor. The dance was inspired by the musical theatre of Italy.
Collection
Accession Number
S.87:1 to 7-2010

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record createdApril 27, 2010
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