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Stillfried-Faksimile digitalisiert

Wie ich heute in meinem eigenen Seminar von einem Studierenden lernen durfte, ist das Stillfried-Faksimile von Konrad Grünenbergs Wappenbuch (das ich inzwischen eher als Stillfried-“Faksimile” bezeichne, und zwar aus Gründen) digitalisiert. Genauer handelt es sich um das Exemplar der UB Düsseldorf; das in 30 Einzellieferungen erschienene Werk ist hier in drei Bände gebunden, nämlich ersten einen Textband (Einleitung, Blasonierungen), einen Tafelband (Wappendarstellungen der ersten Lieferungen von 1875 in der...


New manuscripts added to Digitised Armorials list

We are continiously updating our Digitised Armorials list. This week, we have added 19 armorials to the overview. This includes well-known armorials, such as the Weingartner Liederhandschrift and the Livro do Armeiro-Mor , but also less-studied manuscripts from the fourteenth, fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Below is an overview of these recently added armorials with links to the webpages with the digital scans. Your help has been important for finding a large...


[CfA] Make a wish: Suggest Swiss manuscripts for digitisation at the ‘e-codices’ project

For historians working on manuscripts that are held in Swiss libraries, the e-codices project currently offers a unique opportunity: Until 1 March 2015, anyone can suggest manuscripts in Swiss archives or libraries for digitisation and publication in the project’s virtual library. In this way, 25 medieval and modern manuscripts, ‘which should be of major significance for research’ are meant to be made available in 2015, as the call for...


[Update:] The Zürich armorial available online – plus many more additions to our list of digitised armorials

Thanks to the Swiss digitisation project e-codices, one of the most important sources of medieval heraldry is now available in a hitherto unprecedented quality: the Zürcher Wappenrolle (Zürich armorial). Its importance for heraldists and historians alike stems from the fact that this extraordinary armorial is considered to be one of the oldest collections of coats of arms of the medieval Holy Roman Empire. Besides that, it is the only...

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