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Giudice—tiene Udienza sotto un Albero. Non usano scritturí U[?] come il Rè - cosi i Duchi e Fidalghi- ma né la corona, né lo scetro si fanno portar come il Rè, da un Paggio et i Governatori uscendo di casa si fà andar innanzi un Pagetto che gli suona un Campanello per grandezza. I Fidalghi et il resto del Popolo vanno scalzi affatto, etc

Judge—holds audience under a Tree. They do not use scribes […] as the King, so the Dukes and Lords, but they do not have a Page carry their crown or scepter and the Governors when going out of the house have walking in front of them a small Page who rings a little bell as a sign of grandeur. The Lords and the rest of the people go completely barefoot, etc.

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