Aus der Werkstatt Diebold Laubers (Kulturtopographie des by Christoph Fasbender

By Christoph Fasbender

Diebold Lauber’s workshop in Hagenau produced hand-written illustrated texts within the first 1/2 the fifteenth century. in the past they've been studied often relating to their serial construction. they're regarded as “nicely painted” yet with the wording mostly copied with little attention of its content material. The reports during this assortment are for that reason involved not just with the connection among textual content and imagine yet basically with the standard of the textual content and the editorial activity of the “thoughtful scribe” which has as but been very inadequately researched.

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