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The article discusses the staging of sovereign power of Emperor Charles VI in Ljubljana's public spaces during the act of Hereditary Homage (Erbhuldigung) by the Estates of Carniola. To honour the arrival of the distinguished guest, who stayed in the Carniolan capital between 26 and 30 August, and again between 20 and 22 September 1728, the city authorities erected several (ephemeral) architectural artworks, such as two arches of triumph, one in front of the Vidame Gate and the other on thedoi:10.56420/kronika.70.2.03 fatcat:a5vik5k6z5frbosjkg3fieu7km