Considered for the following works, the monuments of the past three centuries, the Kingdom of Saxony. The completed body of work presents a complex overview of the art-historical development of the country with a comprehensive description of all antiquities, its history and its people.. Published by the Saxon State Ministry of the Interior and royal Saxon Alterthumsverein, Dresden 1882-1923. All editions are available for download (DjVu) available.
The Book of the Dead as a memorial to imperial history Zeugnise: Until the founding of the time “Monumental Germaniae Historica” goes back the history of exploration of the so-called Merseburg Book of the Dead. 1821 wrote in the Archives of the Society for Older German History class Ludwig Hesse and the Codex 129 the Merseburg Cathedral Library, preceded in which a calendar with the entries of names of deceased saints and feasts the Sacramentary, that is used by Merseyside Thietmar. 13 Years later he published the death records with identifying remarks and made it a statement, today none of their[...]
Johann Christoph Brotze * 1. September 1742 in Görlitz; † 4. August 1823 Riga was a German educator and ethnographer. Brotze studied theology and philosophy at the universities of Leipzig and Wittenberg. 1768 He went to Riga and spent 46 Years as a teacher at the local Imperial Lyceum. During this time he collected historical data, which he decorated with paintings and drawings and described in detail. His work is now a valuable resource for historians. The "collection of various Liefländischer Monuments" is a unique document, mit Aufzeichnungen [...]
The history of Vienna University begins in the Age of Reformation, it expires after the death of Maximilian I. By Ferdinand's reform legislation it becomes a state institution. The consequences for the university status by Emperor Maximilian II. be accurately described. Of course, every university has a scholarly history with biographical notes, including the Vienna Johann Faber bishops and Friedrich Nausea, or statesmen Sigmund Herberstein and Augerius Busbeck, the imperial physician Julius Alexandrinus and the imperial court librarian Hugo Blotius. Author: Joseph Ritter von Aschbach. Published by K. K. University[...]
The book tells the story of the city since the Roman and Germanic period to the year 1000. in several chapters of the course of history as an episcopal city, in combat as a free imperial city, traced as French free city as the capital of the Empire State and Alsace-Lorraine. In 1308 An armed uprising was brutally suppressed. But it was formed out of an opposition within the governing, as the next generation of powerful domestic anger that derives from the family of Ortenau Müllheim, to the 1260 had appeared in Strasbourg, lifted by[...]