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Emperor Maximilian I's "Theuerdank", 1517

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Topic: Emperor Maximilian I's "Theuerdank", 1517
Posted By: Druzhina
Subject: Emperor Maximilian I's "Theuerdank", 1517
Date Posted: 12-Feb-2015 at 20:16
Illustrations from
http://www.warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/Theuerdank-1517.htm - Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I's "The Adventures of the Knight Theuerdank", 1517
http://www.warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/Theuerdank-35.htm - Theuerdank Image 35: An example of a cavalryman depicted in balkan costume
http://www.warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/Theuerdank-57.htm - Theuerdank Image 57: A heavy arquebus on a tripod mount
http://www.warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/Theuerdank-79.htm - Theuerdank Image 79: includes scale helmets
http://www.warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/Theuerdank-81.htm - Theuerdank Image 81: A Gendarme vs Landsknechts
http://www.warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/Theuerdank-87.htm - Theuerdank Image 87: Arquebus, crossbow and pike
http://www.warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/Theuerdank-88.htm - Theuerdank Image 88: Landsknechts
http://www.warfare2.netai.net/Renaissance/Theuerdank-92.htm - Theuerdank Image 92: A combat between two fully armoured lancers on barded horses


MIRROR SITE:
http://www.warfare.uhostfull.com/Renaissance/Theuerdank-1517.htm - Emperor Maximilian I's "The Adventures of the Knight Theuerdank", 1517

Druzhina
http://www.warfare.uhostfull.com/16C.htm - 16th Century Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers



Replies:
Posted By: Sidney
Date Posted: 21-Jul-2015 at 15:29
What was Emperor Maximilian's purpose in producing this version of his own life events?


Posted By: Druzhina
Date Posted: 22-Jul-2015 at 04:23
Originally posted by Sidney

What was Emperor Maximilian's purpose in producing this version of his own life events?


Glory.

Druzhina
http://www.warfare.altervista.org/index.htm - Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers


Posted By: Sidney
Date Posted: 22-Jul-2015 at 17:06
It apparently also contained a commentary that explained which parts of the text were more fictitious than other parts.



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