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Das hailig römisch reich mit sampt seinen gelidern (Quaternionenadler) Augsburg (1510), ca. 285 x 400 mm, koloriert.

  • [vier geistliche Elektoren]: Trier, Cöln (Cologne), Mentz (Mainz), Potestat zu Rom (Holy See)
  • [vier weltliche Elektoren]: Behem (Böhmen, Bohemia), Pfaltz (Palatinate), Sachsen (Saxony), Brandenburg
  • Seill ("pillars"): Braunschweig, Bairn (Bayern, Bavaria), Swaben (Schwaben, Swabia), Lutring (Lothringen, Lotharingia)
  • Vicarii ("vicars"): Brabandt (Brabant), n.Sachsen (Niedersachsen, Lower Saxony), Westerreich (Westrich), Schlessi (Schlesien, Silesia)
  • Marggraven (margraves): Merchern (Mähren, Moravia), Brandenburg, Meichssen (Meißen), Baden
  • Lantgraven (landgraves): Thüringen (Thuringia), Elsaß, Hessen, Leuchtenberg
  • Burggraven (burggraves): Nürnberg (Nuremberg), Maidburg (Hardegg-Maidburg), Reineck (Rieneck), Stramberg (Stromberg)
  • Graven (counts): Cleve, Saphoy (Savoyen, Savoy), Swartzburg (Schwarzburg), Zilli (Celje)
  • Semperfreie (nobles): Lintpurg (Limpurg), Westerburg, Thussis (Thusis), Alwalden (Aldenwalden)
  • Ritter (knights): Anndelaw (Andlau), Weissenbach, Frawnberg (Fraunberg), Strundeck ("Stromdeck")
  • Stett (cities): Augspurg (Augsburg), Metz, Ach (Aachen), Lubeck (Lübeck)
  • Dörfer (villages): Bamberg, Ulm, Hagenaw (Hagenau), Sletstat (Schlettstatt)
  • Bauern (peasants): Cöln (Köln, Cologne), Regenspurg (Regensburg), Costnitz, Salzburg
  • Birg (castles): Magdaburg (Magdeburg), Lützelburg, Rottenburg, Aldenburg
Date
Source cut by Jost de Negker 1510, published by David de Necker (son)
Author Hans Burgkmair der Ältere, cut by Jost de Negker 1510
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current00:29, 30 October 2005Thumbnail for version as of 00:29, 30 October 20053,586 × 2,792 (2.86 MB)Finanzer (talk | contribs)*Das Heilige Römische Reich mit seinen Fürstentümern. *Augsburg: David de Negker 1510 *ca. 285 x 400 mm, koloriert. *Basiert auf einer Zeichnung von Hans Burgkmair dem Älteren
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