Historiographie des Humanismus

Transformationen der Antike

Book 12
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Although Antiquity itself has been intensively researched, together with its reception, to date this has largely happened in a compartmentalized fashion. This series presents for the first time an interdisciplinary contextualization of the productive acquisitions and transformations of the arts and sciences of Antiquity in the slow process of the European societies constructing a scientific system and their own cultural identity, a process which started in the Middle Ages and has continued up to the Modern Age.

The series is a product of work in the Collaborative Research Centre “Transformations of Antiquity” and the “August Boeckh Centre of Antiquity” at the Humboldt University of Berlin. Their individual projects examine transformational processes on three levels in particular ‒ the constitutive function of Antiquity in the formation of the European knowledge society, the role of Antiquity in the genesis of modern cultural identities and self-constructions, and the forms of reception in art, literature, translation and media.

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Johannes Helmrath, Albert Schirrmeister und Stefan Schlelein, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.

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Publisher
Walter de Gruyter
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Published on
Jun 26, 2013
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Pages
357
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ISBN
9783110214932
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Language
German
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Genres
History / Ancient / General
History / Europe / Medieval
History / Europe / Renaissance
History / Historiography
History / Modern / 16th Century
History / Modern / General
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Kaiser Maximilian I. (1486/93–1519) regierte das Heilige Römische Reich über dreißig entscheidende Jahre, vom Kampf über das burgundische Erbe bis zur Reformation. Unter seiner Kriegs- und Heiratspolitik stieg das Haus Habsburg zur europäischen Großmacht auf. ‚Maximilians Welt‘ erscheint als eine Welt des Übergangs, zwischen Mittelalter und Neuzeit, Tradition und Innovation. Der Kaiserhof war ein faszinierendes Modernisierungszentrum, zog Gelehrte und Künstler an: Hier entstanden unter Einfluss von Rittertum und Renaissance subtile Werke der Gedächtniskultur wie der Roman ‚Weißkunig‘, das Ambraser Heldenbuch oder Dürers ‚Ehrenpforte‘. Der Band entfaltet ein facettenreiches Spektrum der Regierung Maximilians unter den Themen Hofkultur, Gedächtnis, Außenpolitik und Krieg sowie Innenpolitik und Verfassung.

Emperor Maximilian I (1486/93–1519) ruled the Holy Roman Empire more than thirty decisive years from the war on the Burgundian heritage to the reformation. With his policies of war and marriage, Emperor Maximilian I laid the foundations upon which the Habsburgs rose to become a great European power. "Maximilian’s world" appears as a world of transition, between the middle ages and the modern age, between tradition and innovation. His palace was a fascinating centre of modernisation and attracted scholars and artists. Here, influenced by knighthood and Renaissance subtle works of memorial like the novel "Weißkunig" ("The White King"), "Das Ambraser Heldenbuch" ("The Ambras Castle Book of Heroes") or Albrecht Dürer’s "Ehrenpforte" ("The Triumphal Arch") were created. The volume unfolds a wide range of the reign of Maximilian I and concerns itself with the subjects of culture, memorial, foreign policy and war as well as domestic policy and constitution.

Kaiser Maximilian I. (1486/93–1519) regierte das Heilige Römische Reich über dreißig entscheidende Jahre, vom Kampf über das burgundische Erbe bis zur Reformation. Unter seiner Kriegs- und Heiratspolitik stieg das Haus Habsburg zur europäischen Großmacht auf. ‚Maximilians Welt‘ erscheint als eine Welt des Übergangs, zwischen Mittelalter und Neuzeit, Tradition und Innovation. Der Kaiserhof war ein faszinierendes Modernisierungszentrum, zog Gelehrte und Künstler an: Hier entstanden unter Einfluss von Rittertum und Renaissance subtile Werke der Gedächtniskultur wie der Roman ‚Weißkunig‘, das Ambraser Heldenbuch oder Dürers ‚Ehrenpforte‘. Der Band entfaltet ein facettenreiches Spektrum der Regierung Maximilians unter den Themen Hofkultur, Gedächtnis, Außenpolitik und Krieg sowie Innenpolitik und Verfassung.

Emperor Maximilian I (1486/93–1519) ruled the Holy Roman Empire more than thirty decisive years from the war on the Burgundian heritage to the reformation. With his policies of war and marriage, Emperor Maximilian I laid the foundations upon which the Habsburgs rose to become a great European power. "Maximilian’s world" appears as a world of transition, between the middle ages and the modern age, between tradition and innovation. His palace was a fascinating centre of modernisation and attracted scholars and artists. Here, influenced by knighthood and Renaissance subtle works of memorial like the novel "Weißkunig" ("The White King"), "Das Ambraser Heldenbuch" ("The Ambras Castle Book of Heroes") or Albrecht Dürer’s "Ehrenpforte" ("The Triumphal Arch") were created. The volume unfolds a wide range of the reign of Maximilian I and concerns itself with the subjects of culture, memorial, foreign policy and war as well as domestic policy and constitution.

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