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Museum im Melanchthonhaus Bretten Gedenkblätter zu Reformationsjubiläen Grafik im Melanchthonhaus [G 56]

Philipp Melanchthons Denkmal in Nürnberg

Philipp Melanchthons Denkmal in Nürnberg (Museum im Melanchthonhaus Bretten CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Museum im Melanchthonhaus Bretten (CC BY-NC-SA)

Description

Philipp Melanchthons Denkmal in Nürnberg von Jakob Daniel Burgschniet nach einem Entwurf von Karl Alexander Heideloff aus dem Jahr 1826. Das Denkmal steht vor dem Kollegiengebäude des Gymnasium Egidianum, dessen Gründung Melanchthon initiiert hatte.

Inscription

"Chr. Riedt del./ Verlag v. C. Koehler jr. Darmstadt./ Chr. Riedt sculp./ MELANCHTON./ NÜRNBERG."

Material/Technique

Stahlstich

Measurements

15,7 x 11,9 cm (Bild)

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Darmstadt
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Nuremberg
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1826
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1860
1825 1862

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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[Last update: 2019/06/30]

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