Deed books & Cadastral

Selected documents on the history of Württemberg

From the contents: Inscription from the chapel of the castle of Württemberg transfer Elfingen imperial fief of the monastery Maulbronn. Peace treaty with King Rudolf, Count Eberhard the Illustrious. Surrender of the city of Stuttgart to the imperial city of Esslingen.



Codex Falkensteinensis

The “Codex Falkensteinensis” or “Falkensteiner Codex” belongs to the genus of the source books tradition. The Code takes in the tradition of books has a special position, because he is the only surviving medieval tradition book of a highly secular nobility, while the other tradition of spiritual books are only landlords.



Urkundenregesten the State Archives of the Canton of Zurich

Urkundenregesten the State Archives of the Canton of Zurich, Bd. 4 (1401-1415) Urkundenregesten the State Archives of the Canton of Zurich, Bd. 5 (1416-1430) Urkundenregesten the State Archives of the Canton of Zurich, Bd. 6 (1431-1445) Urkundenregesten the State Archives of the Canton of Zurich, Bd. 7 (1446-1460)



Deed books and Universitätsmatrikel source for research

As a charter book is known in history, a printed collection of medieval and early modern documents from a content, geographical or factual connection. In previous publications and on the German-speaking countries is not common Diplomatarium, otherwise similar conceptions in the language. Codex is also common in older editions diplomaticus. Weitere Urkundenbücher und Matrikel findet ihr hier: