Freiburg Document Server (FreiDok)Of admin | 3. February 2010 | Category: Digital Library | 2 Comments
The Freiburg Document Server is a small tip, I now want to introduce a little closer. The “Freiburg Document Server” together with additional full text servers of other universities have a “Virtual Research Library” He was in the context of ” Perspectives for the Young Generation” set up the State of Baden-Wuerttemberg and maintained by the Freiburg University Library.
The electronic documents are developed as conventional literature and the Southwest German Library Network (SWB) and demonstrated in the Freiburg online catalog. This ensures, that both conventional and electronic publications are recorded in a single catalog.
In addition to indexing the documents in library catalogs may also have appropriate Internet search engines such as “BASE” be found. This is called by the enrichment of the documents with. Meta-data obtained. In my research I came across many interesting and historically relevant genealogical publications, of which I find particularly noteworthy subsequent posts:
(German medieval historian and archivist. He is a lecturer at the "Department of Medieval History" at the University of Freiburg and the teaching- and Early Modern research area of RWTH Aachen) Website and Blog
Contributions to the noble history of the area Heubacher, The contribution is the first question on the home Bishop Otto I. the Holy of Bamberg (1102-1139). The most recently advocated by Heinz Buehler believes, Otto was the son of the sister Adelheid the first Hohenstaufen Duke Friedrich been, is rejected. The second section is a critical position in relation to the concerns expressed by Hans Heinz Buhler Jänichen and hypotheses about the beginning of the 12. Men century occupied by Michel Stone. Those: Heubach and castle Rosenstein, Schwäbisch Gmünd 1984, S. 76-89, [Notes:] 405-409
Feeding the 12 Poor : one Holy Thursday Foundation Vener in Schwäbisch Gmünd, Up to 19. Century practiced obligation, in the house Kappel alley 8 in Schwäbisch Gmünd on Holy Thursday to feed twelve poor men, may result in an entry Archivrepertorium of Johann Jakob Dudeum 1739 to a 1411 judicially enforced by Eberhard Foundation Vener and his brother Nicholas, Monk in Lorch, be traced from the research by Hermann Heimpels become known Gmünder city sex. In the 16. Century camped at other foundations, the actual founders fell into oblivion.
Thomas Finck – Doctor, Benedictines and Carthusians in Blaubeuren Güterstein, The article presents the life and work of Thomas Finck (at 1455 probably Heilbronn – 9. July 1523 in Charterhouse Güterstein) and its relationship with the University of Tubingen in front. The physician Dr. of. Thomas Finck came after the death of two wives 1485/86 Blaubeuren into the Benedictine, where he developed an extensive translation work in the service of the nuns pastoral. Between 1506 and 1515 he moved to the Charterhouse Güterstein at Urach. Those: Sönke Lorenz u.a. (Ed): Tübingen to teaching and research 1500. Ostfildern: Thorbecke, 2008, S. 159-175
Genealogical tradition with Konrad of Würzburg and the 'Frederick of Swabia, It is the “Knight of the Swan” Konrad von Würzburg with the 14./15. Century incurred Minne- und Aventiure-Roman “Frederick of Swabia” compared in terms of the presentation of the genealogy of the protagonists in. While with the Konrad Graf houses funds, Kleve and goes Rieneck, is represented in terms of Frederick of Swabia, the thesis, that in the absence of Duke dynasty the symbolic capital of the Swabian nobility of Herzogsherkommens 14. Century benefit. Those: Yearbook of Oswald von Wolkenstein society 5 (1988/1989), S. 285-295
The historiography of the imperial city of Schwäbisch Gmünd in the 17th and 18. Century, The paper gives an overview of the predominantly German-language historiography of the imperial city of Schwäbisch Gmünd in 17./18. Century. Those: Barock in Schwäbisch Gmünd. Essays on the history of a city in the kingdom 18. Century, Schwäbisch Gmünd 1981, S. 193-242
Bishop Henry III. Schönegg and Schwäbisch Gmünd, 1337 to 1348 Henry was Schönegg Bishop of Augsburg. He then moved back apparently to Schwäbisch Gmünd, where he was at the 20. December 1368 died and was buried in the parish church was. The Miscellany presents the Schwäbisch Gmünd and Augsburger traditions to date of death and the grave site. Those: Yearbook of the Association for Augsburg diocese History eV. 15 (1981), S. 216-220
Nicholas by the sword (at 1400), a son of Schwäbisch Gmünd physician Peter of Green Mountain, The paper presents the biographical sources to the author of a Pesttraktats, Nicholas by the sword (testifies 1397 to 1408) before, who resided in Göppingen and served as physician to the Counts of Württemberg. He succeeded his father Peter from Green Mountain, the first doctor testified Schwäbisch Gmünd (detectable 1357-1361, died 1377), in the medical profession to. Those: Sudhoffs Archiv 74 (1990), S. 236 – 238
The feud Diemars of Lindach against the imperial city of Schwäbisch Gmünd (1543-1554) The paper discusses – due Stuttgart and Vienna records – a “late feud” in the middle of 16. Century, the conflict between a resident of Lindach in Schwäbisch Gmünd small nobleman Hans Diemar and the imperial city of Schwäbisch Gmünd, which was held even before the Supreme Court of Appeal. Diemar had the backing of the dukes of Württemberg Ulrich and Christoph, the then pursued a policy of intimidation against the neighboring kingdom cities. Those: Gmünder studies 7 (2005), S. 7-32
Nobility as a model – the history of a fundamental value in the late Middle Ages and early modern times, Based on the book of heraldry Constance citizen and knight Konrad Grünenberg (dated 1483) and the self-presentation of the patrician families Society for Katz in Constance asks the Post after the concept “Adel”, with a focus on culture and tradition of the noble memory formation is. Besides the noble virtue concept are also the ennoblement of commoners in the early modern period addressed. It concludes: “Why should just the encrustations, which is a final, intent on exclusivity hereditary nobility, the instrument of ancestry were always largely PROHIBITIONS, Paradigm das des Adels abgeben? The concept of value "nobility" why not put a base value (or a mission statement) the corporate society is, because a small caste controlled the social values and hegemonic world dominated, but because the exclusivity had limits and the value of "nobility" was open for different interpretations. It is not only the prominent today korporierte hereditary nobility as a true nobility to the field of modern aristocracy research. Even the supposedly false nobility of the patricians and ennobled, even the ridiculous claims that needle, The famous is erroneously a nobility, must get its due place, when it comes, to write a history of the society's basic value nobility.” Those: Successful adaptation? Noble answers to social transformation processes of 14. to 16. Century, ed. von Horst Carl/Sönke Lorenz, Ostfildern 2005, S. 67-81
A replay of the end of 16. Century on the genealogy of Schwäbisch Gmünd families Debler and hunters, The paper starts from a city in the Archives Schw. Gmünd (Ch 6 Bd. 18) traditional recording of, the genealogist Kaplan Sebastian Zeiler (1812-1872) from a lost document in the archive limpurgischen Gaildorf 1866 has depreciated. Occasion of the genealogical grid was the will of Ursula Debler (D.), † after 1572. This was in 1. Marriage and towed to Schwäbisch Hall Gmünder goldsmith Hans Buck and 2. Marriage with Emich of Hornau († before 1573), the 1546 Haller citizens was, married. Their son, Henry of Hornau was at the time of writing was already dead. Emich should have settled in Gaildorf. Those: Gmünder studies 5 (1997), S. 95-119
The Vener, Gmünder a city sex, The work discusses the late works of Göttingen historian Hermann Heimpel (1901-1988), the family of the original Schwäbisch Gmünd Vener has dedicated: The Vener from Gmünd and Strasbourg 1162-1447, Göttingen 1982. A summary of the article provides a set of further finds particular source on the history of gender family Gmünder Gmünder Vener. Those: Gmünder studies 3 (1989), S. 121-159
Herold with many names: Create an alias to Georg Rüxner Rugen Jerusalem alias alias alias Brandenburg… The article presents new discoveries about life and work of the tournament through his book (First Edition 1530) known herald Georg Rüxner ago. List their names forms Rüxners: Rugen (secured for 1494-1505), Brandenburg (1505), Jerusalem (1509) and Rixner (for the first time 1515). Rixner he calls almost always with the addition: called Jerusalem. Its origin is still in the dark, at first it seems in the last decade of the 15. Century to have stayed at the court of Duke George of Bavaria-Landshut. Also called imperial herald he remained committed to the Wittelsbach. 1518/19 he should have been in Brandenburg services. Those: Knight worlds in the late Middle Ages : courtly, chivalric culture of the wealthy Duke of Bavaria-Landshut. Landshut: Museums of Landshut, 2009 (= Writings from the museums of the city of Landshut 29), S. 115-125
Genealogical tradition with Konrad of Würzburg and “Frederick of Swabia” It is the “Knight of the Swan” Konrad von Würzburg with the 14./15. Century incurred Minne- und Aventiure-Roman “Frederick of Swabia” compared in terms of the presentation of the genealogy of the protagonists in. While with the Konrad Graf houses funds, Kleve and goes Rieneck, is represented in terms of Frederick of Swabia, the thesis, that in the absence of Duke dynasty the symbolic capital of the Swabian nobility of Herzogsherkommens 14. Century benefit. Those: Yearbook of Oswald von Wolkenstein society 5 (1988/1989), S. 285-295
Nobles and commoners women 1770-1870, Those: Elisabeth Fehrenbach (Ed): Aristocracy and the bourgeoisie in Germany 1770 – 1848: [Colloquium on "Aristocracy and the bourgeoisie in Germany 1770 - 1848" from 6. to 9. July 1992 held in the Historical School.] Munich: Oldenbourg, 1994, S. -185
Biographical sketches of the faculty of Fribourg Law School in the years 1860-1918, The years of 1860 to 1918 were for the Faculty of Law in Freiburg, a time of great change. Especially after the Empire she began contributing to the general upswing, to the hitherto largely insignificant University of Freiburg learned, the transition from a small to a provincial faculty also of national significance means. In the wake of this development, it was possible in the late 1860s, to invoke some later famous young scholars for a short time at the law school. In addition, in the first decades of the German Reich was also some promising younger lecturer obtained, remained for a long time or until the end of his career in Freiburg.