Iconography
ARCHITECTURE
Germany
DonauwörthCassianeum (former monastic buildings of Heilig Kreuz) GallussaalCeiling - Part 2: Rigavit: Benefactions of Emperor Maximilian I
GODS & MYTHS
Amor
AllegoriesAmor caelestis and Amor DivinusSingle images
PORTRAITS
Rulers
ModernHoly Roman Empire Holy Roman EmperorsMaximilian I (1493-1519)
RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY
Images of Christ
Instruments of the Passion - individualCrown of Thorns - relicsDonauwörth
The Cross
Particles of the True CrossDonauwörth (Swabia)
Saints
ApostlesPaul Epistles of PaulAd Corinthios I1 Cor. 3:6: Ego plantavi, Apollo rigavit, sed Deus incrementum dedit (I have planted, Apollo watered, but God gave the increase)
The Church
Church History History of Individual Dioceses, Orders and Monasteries MonasteriesDonauwörth, Heilig Kreuz (OSB)Cycles → Donauwörth, Cassianeum, Gallussaal (Johann Baptist Enderle, 1780)
Church History History of Individual Dioceses, Orders and Monasteries MonasteriesDonauwörth, Heilig Kreuz (OSB)Emperor Maximilian I renews the monastery's privileges and donates a relic of the Crown of Thorns as well as a monstrance for the particle of the True Cross
Ecclesiastical objects
Relics and ReliquiariesMiscellaneous
SECULAR ICONOGRAPHY
Allegories and personifications A-Z
Religion (Religio)
Further details
Emperor Maximilian as benefactor of Heilig Kreuz Abbey, his donations are presented by personification: the relic of the Crown of Thorns perhaps by Religio, the large monastrance by a woman with a book and a censer, and the small frame by a woman with a heart on her chest, perhaps Divine Love
ARTIST/CREATOR
Enderle, Johann Baptist (1725-1798)
DATE
1780
LOCATION
Donauwörth, Cassianeum
Notes on photograph
COLLECTION
Digital only
Acknowledgements
Record created with the generous support of the Dean's Development Fund of the School of Advanced Study, University of London
Contact
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