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In the short time since Rudolf II moved his court to the merchant city of Prague, the eccentric Holy Roman Emperor has already transformed the city into a capital of learning and culture. Rudolf II is pleased to fund the work of renowned personages such as alchemist John Dee, astronomers Johannes Kepler and Tycho Brahe, and painter Giuseppe Arcimboldo.
And yet, Rudolf II has strange ideas about launching a Crusade against the Ottoman Empire. To insist so in Prague—the seat of the Bohemian Reformation, two centuries prior—could severely strain the patience of Rudolf II's adopted citizenry.