Capital of Northern Renaissance Humanism — A Look at Renaissance Nürnberg

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City of Nürnberg in 1493, woodcut from the Nürnberg Chronicle by humanist and historiana Hartmann Schedel
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various coats of arms of the individual states of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation with the symbolic double-headed eagle (1510)
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Wire drawing mill near Nürnberg, by Albrecht Dürer (1494)
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Regiomontanus, woodcut from the Nürnberg Chronicle
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Comet of 1472, as depicted in the Nürnberg Chronicle (1493)
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Projection of the Erdapfel (1492)
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a page from the Nürnberg Chronicle (1493)
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Self-portrait (1500) by Albrecht Dürer
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Knight, Death and the Devil, engraving by Albrecht Dürer (1513)
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Melencolia I (1514) by Albrecht Dürer
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Young Hare (1502) by Albrecht Dürer
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Florence, center of the Italian Renaissance, as depicted in the Nürnberg Chronicle (1493)

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