This engraving shows the entry of Henry IV in Paris with more than 1,000 armed cavalry, known as cuirassiers. The caption for the illustration is: Miraculous defeat of Paris under the order of the Christian king Henry IV, and how his Majesty entered by the New Gate on Tuesday March 22, 1594. Henry IV had renounced Protestantism and chosen to be Catholic.

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This engraving shows the entry of Henry IV in Paris with more than 1,000 armed cavalry, known as cuirassiers. The caption for the illustration is: Miraculous defeat of Paris under the order of the Christian king Henry IV, and how his Majesty entered by the New Gate on Tuesday March 22, 1594. Henry IV had renounced Protestantism and chosen to be Catholic.
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Image ID: FFHFN0
This engraving shows the entry of Henry IV in Paris with more than 1,000 armed cavalry, known as cuirassiers. The caption for the illustration is: Miraculous defeat of Paris under the order of the Christian king Henry IV, and how his Majesty entered by the New Gate on Tuesday March 22, 1594. Henry IV had renounced Protestantism and chosen to be Catholic.