The Book of the Dead of the Premonstratensian monastery near Gdansk ZuckauOf admin | 29. October 2010 | Category: Digital Library, Church records, Cultural History | Comments Off
The manuscript in which the Book of the Dead is printed here will, dates from the end of the 16. and early 17. Century and has been kept in the parsonage of Zuckau. It contains 197 Sheets and the paper points to the empty pages as a watermark, the Danzig coat of arms.
Appears on every page of the Book of the Dead as a headline the day after the calendar date. In particular, the customer should receive the Pomeranian noble families for the last three centuries, some enrichment, because the nuns of Zuckau usually their parents and siblings in the column of the benefactor eintrugen. The Book of the Dead was made by Polish nuns and priests, and there are very few German names, or. German sex in it before.
The Book of the Dead of the Premonstratensian monastery near Gdansk Zuckau, Danzig: The. Saunier, 1906