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Museum im Melanchthonhaus Bretten Grafik im Melanchthonhaus Reformatoren, Gelehrte und Fürsten der frühen Neuzeit im Bildnis [P 122]

Johannes Geiler von Kaysersberg

Johannes Geiler von Kaysersberg (Museum im Melanchthonhaus Bretten CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Museum im Melanchthonhaus Bretten (CC BY-NC-SA)

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Johannes Geiler von Kaysersberg (1445-1510). Aus: Jean Jacques Boissart/Theodor de Bry: Icones quinquaginta virorum illustrium, Frankfurt a. M. 1597-99.

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Kupferstich

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13,8 x 10,3 cm (Bild)

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Object from: Museum im Melanchthonhaus Bretten

Philipp Melanchthon (1497-1560) ist der berühmteste Sohn der Stadt Bretten. Er war Humanist, Universalgelehrter, Reformator und engster Mitarbeiter ...

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