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Die Kaisermacher. Frankfurt am Main und die Goldene Bulle 1356–1806. Katalog

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Translated title The Electors. Frankfurt am Main and the Golden Bull 1356–1806. Catalog
Editors

Evelyn Brockhoff, Jan Gerchow, Raphael Gross, August Heuser.

Imprint

Frankfurt am Main, Germany, 2006. 557 pp., illustrations: 479 col., 30 b&w, 30.5 × 23.8 cm. German.

ISBN

103797310110

Location

Institut für Stadtgeschichte (30 September 2006–14 January 2007)

Description

A monumental multi-institutional exhibition about the Golden Bull of 1356, which established Frankfurt as the city in which German emperors were to be elected. Frankfurt’s Jews are discussed in “Kammerknechte: Die Frankfurter Juden und der Kaiser” [Chamber Servants: The Frankfurter Jews and the Emperor], pp. 430–525. This section, contributed by the Museum Judengasse, contains numerous historical documents and artistic items. No itemized listing.

main keywords

ANTISEMITIC IMAGES/OBJECTSCEREMONIAL OBJECTSFRANKFURT AM MAINHISTORICAL DOCUMENTSPRINTSSYNAGOGUES

minor keywords

Aaron Wolf Herlingen of Gewitsch (scribe-artist)CameosHebrew illuminated manuscripts, Bohemia-Moravia & Germany, 17th–19th CHanukkah lampsHomes/Residences, JewishPortraitsPrayers for the sovereignPrints, antisemiticPrints, Jewish homes/residencesPrints, synagoguesRimmonimSynagogues, Frankfurt am MainSynagogues, GermanyTassTombstones, Germany

Related ephemera

Exhibition booklet, 8 pp., 12 col. illus., 21 × 10.6 cm; Invitation to exhibition opening, 21 × 10 cm.

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