RF2A1EJE4–This image is a painting by Francois Dubois and depicts the Bartholomew Day Massacre. The massacre in Paris on August 24/25 in 1572 was a targeted group of assassinations and a wave of Catholic mob violence, directed against the Huguenots during the French Wars of Religion.
RMTA14HN–Contemporary woodcut of the St. Bartholomew's Day massacre (Paris Blood Wedding), on the night of 24.08. (St. Bartholomew's Day) in 1572 when Admiral G. de Coligny, among others leader of the Huguenots, was killed on the order of Catherine de Medici along with thousands of fellow believers who gathered to celebrate the wedding of the Protestant Henry of Navarre (later Henry IV of France) with Margaret of Valois in Paris.
RM2A98TWT–The Saint Bartholomew’s Day Massacre of the Huguenots in Paris, 24 August 1572. Admiral Coligny wounded by a musketeer at left, and finally stabbed in his hotel bed on rue Bethisy by Besme and defenestrated at right. Women and children slaughtered in the streets. From a German print by Frans Hogenberg. Massacre de la Saint Barthelemy, a Paris. woodcut, engraving, Etienne Huyot, Jules Huyot, Paul Lacroix, La Vie Militaire et Religieuse au Moyen Age et a l’Epoque de la Renaissance, Military, Religious, Life, Middle Ages, Renaissance, costume, custom, Christianity, society, religion,
RMTA2BP6–Painting of the St. Bartholomew's Day massacre (Paris Blood Wedding), on the night of 24.08. (St. Bartholomew's Day) in 1572 when Admiral G. de Coligny, among others leader of the Huguenots, was killed on the order of Catherine de Medici along with thousands of fellow believers who gathered to celebrate the wedding of the Protestant Henry of Navarre (later Henry IV of France) with Margaret of Valois in Paris.
RMWX0CCY–Gaspard II de Coligny, c1565-1570, (1907). Portrait of French Huguenot admiral Gaspard de Coligny (1517-1572). Already wounded by a previous attempt on his life, Coligny was murdered in his room in the presence of the Catholic Duc de Guise in the St Bartholomew's Day Massacre on 23 August 1572. Afterwards, the massacre spread to ordinary Huguenots, initially in Paris, but later across much of the country, with Catholic mobs murdering tens of thousands of Protestants. After a painting made 1565-1570 by François Clouet, in the Saint Louis Art Museum, Missouri, USA. From "Exposition de
RMMR3P4K–The Saint Bartholomew's Day Massacre, by François Dubois. Oil on panel, Cantonal Museum of Lausanne. François Dubois (1529–1584) was a French Huguenot painter who was born in Amiens. His only surviving work is the best known depiction of the Saint Bartholomew's Day massacre of 1572, when French Catholics killed French Protestants (Huguenots) in Paris. It is not known whether Dubois himself was present at the event but a close relative, the surgeon Antoine Dubois, died in the slaughter. Dubois fled to Lausanne to escape the persecution of the Huguenots
RM2CDFTAP–. A dictionary of religious knowledge [electronic resource]: for popular and professional use, comprising full information on Biblical, theological, and ecclesiastical subjects . holomew (q. v.), which com-menced on August 84, six days after the de-ceitful peace, and continued, with excessiveatrocities, for three days in Paris, while inall parts of the kingdom an effort was madeto extirpate the reformers.The Huguenots, enraged at this massacre, and at the treachery which preceded it, arosein arms as soon as they recovered from theirconsternation, and France was exposed tothe very evils which i
RMRDAM8Y–Scene in the bedroom of Marguerite de Valois during the St. Bartholomew's Day massacre. Museum: Musee du Louvre, Paris. Author: FRAGONARD, ALEXANDRE-EVARISTE.