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English: Entry of the wedding procession of Sigismund III Vasa into Cracow (detail).
Polski: Wjazd orszaku weselnego Zygmunta III Wazy do Krakowa (fragment).

Alternative title(s):

English: "Stockholm Roll" or "Polish roll" (Polsk rulen).
Polski: "Rolka sztokholmska" lub "Rulon polski" (Polsk rulen).
Date circa 1605
Medium watercolor and gouache on parchment
Dimensions 16.09 × 27 cm (6.3 × 10.6 in) (whole)
Object history

circa 1605: commissioned by Sigismund III of Poland, Warsaw
1655: transferred to Charles X Gustav of Sweden
1650s: transferred to Livrustkammaren, Stockholm

1974: transferred to Poland
English: Detail with the Persian Ambassador Mechti Kuli Beg.
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