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Kulturhistorisches Museum Schloss Merseburg Gemälde/Grafik [MGII-M36]

Ansicht der Stadt Merseburg

Ansicht der Stadt Merseburg (Kulturhistorisches Museum Schloss Merseburg CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Kulturhistorisches Museum Schloss Merseburg (CC BY-NC-SA)

Description

Um 1650 angefertigter Kupferstich, von Matthäus Merian d. Ä. (1593-1650), nach einer Vorlage von Wilhelm Dilich (1571-1655). Die Ansicht zeigt die Stadt Merseburg vor den Zerstörungen des Dreißigjährigen Krieges von Osten her. Die Vorlage Dilichs war Teil seines 16-bändigen Kompendiums "Topographia Germaniae" (1642-1654).

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Kupferstich

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H 140 x B 520 mm

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Nuremberg
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Merseburg
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1652

Object from: Kulturhistorisches Museum Schloss Merseburg

Die Bestände des Kulturhistorischen Museums Schloss Merseburg gehen zurück auf die Sammlung des 1906 gegründeten Vereins für Heimatkunde. ...

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