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- Martin Luther was a German theologian, a priest and a monk, a scholar and a writer. He was the leading figure of the Protestant Reformation.
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- Bagpipe. PHILIPP HAINHOFER (17th c.) Echo Dance.
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- made and filled it with marvelous things was Philipp Hainhofer.
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- Granvella, but then in the possession of Philipp Hainhofer were ascribed to Dürer .
- Catalogue A: European Single-Sheet Moveable Prints 1460-1762
- 1615, Philipp Hainhofer refers to an engraved version popular with Italian students. Dice were required to play. 10.
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- In Eichstätt grünt in Pflanzenparadies
- (Philipp Hainhofer, 1611). Über ein Stiegenhaus mit pflanzenbemalter Holzdecke, die sogenannte „Botanische Treppe“, hatte der Fürstbischof einen direkten Zugang von seinen Gemächern in die Gartenanlagen.
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- Philipp Hainhofer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Philipp Hainhofer (21 July 1578 – 1647) was a merchant, banker, diplomat and art collector in Augsburg.
- Philipp Hainhofer - Rijksmuseum Amsterdam - Museum for Art and
- Philipp Hainhofer masterpieces. Cabinet of curiosities. Philipp Hainhofer.
- Hainhofer, Philipp - Rijksmuseum Amsterdam - Museum for Art and
- Philipp Hainhofer was a man of many talents.
- Philipp Hainhofer | The Art Institute of Chicago
- Philipp Hainhofer. Displaying records 1 - 1 of 1. Augsburg Cabinet.
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