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Heidenreich

Overview page. Subjects: Architecture — Renaissance Art.

Important German architects. Erhard Heidenreich (d. 1524) worked at Regensburg Cathedral under Roriczer, whom he succeeded as architect in 1514 after the latter's execution. He probably...

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Konrad Heinzelmann

Overview page. Subjects: Architecture.

(c. 1390–1454). Important German late-Gothic architect, he worked at Ulm Minster in the 1420s before devoting his energies to the building of the great hall-church of St Georg, Nördlingen,...

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lodgebook

Overview page. Subjects: Renaissance Art.

1 Book containing regulations or ordinances for masons, including rules for training and certification in the Craft.

2 Books of designs and construction...

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mason

Overview page. Subjects: Renaissance Art — Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

A builder or worker in stone; with capital initial, from the mid 17th century, a Freemason.

mason's mark a distinctive device carved on stone by the mason who dressed it.

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Nördlingen

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Town in Bavaria situated at the intersection of several important trade routes.A free imperial city from 1215, Nördlingen as particularly prosperous in the 14th and 15th centuries. Its...

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