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Description Map of troop movements during the Pavia campaign (1524–25).
  • Solid blue line - French advance into Lombardy (in three columns), concentration, and attack on Pavia.
  • Dotted blue lines - Saluzzo's expedition to Genoa and the Duke of Albany's march to Naples.
  • Dashed red line - Imperial retreat to Lodi.
  • Dotted red line - Lannoy's movement to intercept Albany.
  • Solid red line - Imperial offensive against the French besiegers of Pavia in early 1525.
Date 20 June 2006
Source Self-made, based on Image:Frontiers of France (1521).jpg (a map of the eastern frontiers of France for the period 1521–59, from The Cambridge Modern History Atlas (1912) via the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection at the University of Texas) and maps found in Angus Konstam's Pavia 1525: The Climax of the Italian Wars (Oxford: Osprey Publishing, 1996).
Author Kirill Lokshin
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