By Lou Drendel
The tale of the McDonnell F-15 Eagle airplane. absolutely illustrated with BW and color pictures, and plenty of advantageous color drawings.
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In fact, the jewels she wore appeared to have a dazzling effect on those who saw Elizabeth. After an audience with the queen in 1595, Herr Johann Jacob Breuning von Buchenbach, a German envoy sent to England by Duke Frederick of Württemberg, recorded seeing Elizabeth “dressed in a silver robe and adorned with magnificent gems and jewels beyond compare. ”14 Paul Hentzner, a German lawyer visiting England in 1598, described the queen in procession on her way to the chapel at Greenwich. He noted that “she had in her ears two pearls, with very rich drops .
One of the gondolas, decorated with red velvet cloth and oriental carpets, contains the precious cargo, the former queen of Cyprus. As Caterina graciously disembarks, sonorous musicians announce her arrival to her homeland. Vassilacchi portrays her in the prenuptial attire: a white dress brocaded with gold stars, a string of opera pearls around her neck, and matching teardrop pearl earrings. Her reddish hair is pulled back in a chignon. No crown, no veil, or any type of ornament decorates Caterina.
At the mercy of her family, friends, and foes, she overcame the mores of her Venetian culture with gentleness and wisdom, creating an image of woman to be emulated and an artistic legacy for the courts of Northern Italy to follow and aspire to achieve. Even today, in the twenty-first century, Caterina, as a sagacious heroine, inspired novelist Michjele Genthon’s fictional book on the Last Queen of Cyprus ( June 2010). 51 Notes * I wish to express my gratitude to Prof. Holly S. Hurlburt, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, and Dr.