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Museum im Melanchthonhaus BrettenGrafik im Melanchthonhaus Reformatoren, Gelehrte und Fürsten der frühen Neuzeit im Bildnis [P 372]

Bildnis Andreas Musculus (Museum im Melanchthonhaus Bretten CC BY-NC-SA)

Andreas Musculus

Description ...

Halbfigur nach links. Bildnis des Theologen Andreas Musculus. Aus: Martinus Fridericus Seidel: Icones Et Elogia Virorum Aliquot Praestantium : Qui Multum Studiis Suis Consiliisq Marchiam ... 1671, Nr. 39.

Inscription ...

"DOCTOR ANDREAS MUSCULUS GENERA=/ LIS MARCHIAE SUPERINTENDENS, ET IN/ ACADEMIA FRANCOFURTANA ANTECES=/ SOR PRIMARI[us,] CONSTANS ET INVICTI ANI=/ MI THEOLOGUS. NATUS Ao. 1514. MOR=/ TUUS Ao. 1581.“

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12,8 x 9,5 cm (Bild)

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Literature ...

  • Moritzfeld, Peter (Bearb.) (1986): Die Porträtsammlung der Herzog-August-Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel. Wolfenbüttel, A 14719

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[Last update: 2017/12/18]

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