Inkunabel, Schedel Weltchronik, Pag. Cxiiii - Woodcut 1493, Graphics - Graphic
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Schedel ChroniclePAG. CXIIIIPictures:1. S.: including Policarpus (disciple John), Praredis (woman of the Roman of Pudentis),.Felicitas cu septe filiis (Felicitas with 7 sons), Ptolemy Astronomus (Ptolemy of Alexandria), MONTANUS bereticus (heretics)2. S.: popes: including Anicetus, Sabine, Eleutherius1493 woodcutSheet format: approx. 44 x 29.5 cmfrom: Liber Chronicarum - as world history Latin EditionState: in the Middle, receive continuous, slight pinch pleat otherwise contemporary The as Chronicle appeared for the first time in 1493 in a Latin Edition, half a year later in a German version.Four citizens of Nuremberg have collaborated in this magnificent work:Sebald Schreyer (1446-1520) humanist and the lendersMichael Wolgemut (1434-1519), artist and wood engraver of wood sticksAnton Koberger (1440 – 1513) printer and booksellerHartmann Schedel (1440-1415) Publisher, physician and book collectorContributions of the young Albrecht Dürer, which worked until 1490 as an apprentice in the workshop of Michael Wolgemuts, are likely.Literature:Elisabeth Rücker Hartmann - Schedels Weltchronik Konrad Kölbl - Schedelsche Weltchronik_________________________________________________________________________________This article is differential taxation according to § 25a UStG