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Reliefs am Erker zeigen Maximilian I. mit seinen beiden Gemahlinnen, Kanzler, Hofnarr, Moriskentänzer und Wappen (Originalreliefs im Tiroler Landesmuseum). Im Hintergrund der Reliefs verläuft ein Spruchband mit Zeichen, die erst 2006 teilweise entschlüsselt wurden (4. „Wort“ = Chryst…, 10. „Wort“ = nihil). Es handelt sich des Weiteren u. a. um lateinische, griechische und hebräische Buchstaben, u. U. auch um ägyptisierende Hieroglyphen.
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goldenes_Dachl
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goldenes_Dachl

There are used Latin, Greek and Hebrew letters and also Egyptian hieroglyphs. Not all signs are understood.
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I'm not sure, if these are all.
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Huck wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 14:18
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On the bottom right, the shield has been defaced, whatever was there has been hacked off. Was there some anger about this person?

The Hebrew looks very corrupt, maybe it is made up entirely. Why? Were they making fun of Jews for some reason? But if it is supposed to be real, why not find some real Jews to get real words? Very strange.
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Huck wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 18:16
I found a page, which claims, that the riddle of the Golden Dachl is solved.

https://blog.innsbruck.info/de/kunst-ku ... st-gelost/

... :-) .... I don't take any responsibility, that this is a correct statement. I just found the page without knowing its text and studying the problems.
I didn't know such a mystery existed. But this seems very clever, probably too clever. I'll study it.
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Piccolo Teatro in Milan at Carmagnola Palace
https://www.theartpostblog.com/en/picco ... la-palace/
Street View, Google maps (Piccolo Teatro, Palazza Carmagnola)
https://www.google.com/maps/@45.466566, ... 384!8i8192
https://www.google.com/maps/place/Palaz ... d9.1850978

Theater play by Alessandro Mazzoni 1820
Il conte di Carmagnola tragedia di Alessandro Manzoni
Alessandro Manzoni
dalla tipografia di Vincenzo Ferrario, 1820 - 142 Seiten
https://books.google.de/books?id=OilsDI ... navlinks_s
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Lienhart Holl, bookprinter in Ulm, produced also playing cards

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lienhart_Holl
Lienhart Holl († nach 1492) ist der dritte nachgewiesene Buchdrucker in der Freien Reichsstadt Ulm. Er mehrte mit seiner Offizin in den 1480er Jahren den Ruhm der Stadt als Erscheinungsort bedeutsamer Druckwerke. Holls Name taucht auch in verschiedenen Schreibweisen wie Lienhart oder Leonardus Hol, Leonhard oder Leonhart Holl sowie Lienhart Holle auf. Der erste nördlich der Alpen gedruckte Weltatlas gelang ihm 1482 zwar als meisterliches Hauptwerk, barg aber zugleich den Keim für seinen wirtschaftlichen Niedergang zwei Jahre später.

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Die in die Gegenwart gelangten Informationen über Holls Leben sind spärlich. Lienhart Holl, seit 1478 im Ulm nachweisbar,[1] betätigte sich zunächst als Formschneider und Formenhändler. Er stellte Spielkarten her und gewann damit Erfahrungen im Anfertigen von Holzschnitten. Dann wandte er sich dem Buchdruck zu, den vor ihm in Ulm nur die Inkunabeldrucker Johann Zainer der Ältere und Conrad Dinckmut praktizierten. In seiner Offizin entstanden in der Schaffensperiode von 1482 bis 1484 herausragende Werke früher Druckerkunst, auf die im Folgenden noch eingegangen wird.
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Ross G. R. Caldwell wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 15:22
Huck wrote:
16 Aug 2020, 14:18
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On the bottom right, the shield has been defaced, whatever was there has been hacked off. Was there some anger about this person?
If those are chiseled off fleur di lys, that would be the Farnese stemma: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File ... nese01.svg

Assuming this property was in the hands of Hapsburgs at the time, a historical possibility for a later damnatio of the stemma:
[Cardinal]Farnese also became a Papal Legate, arranging peace between the perpetually warring Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor and Francis I of France....In 1551, Cardinal Alessandro [Farnese] was sent by Pope Julius III to convince his brother Ottavio, the Duke of Parma and Piacenza, to surrender those territories, which, the Pope pointed out, were fiefs of the Church. Julius was being incredibly arrogant, insensitive and stupid [? especially bad writing even for Wiki]. The Farnese had spent more than fifteen years developing their dukedom, and Cardinal Alessandro's father had been assassinated in the struggle with the Gonzaga and the Emperor Charles over it. The Farnese were being protected by the French Crown, which considered Parma its entrée into northern Italy, where it challenged the Emperor to the possession of the Duchy of Milan and the Lombard plain. Julius was toying with explosive material. Naturally Ottavio refused, and Alessandro supported him. The Farnese underwent a complete breach in relations with the Pope, and Alessandro was immediately unwelcome in Rome. Pope Julius sequestrated his diocese of Monreale, and confiscated all of the moveables in the Palazzo Farnese, said to have been worth 30,000 scudi. Duke Ottavio's duchy was sequestered.[39] He withdrew in April, first to a visit with his sister Vittoria, the Duchess of Urbino, then to Florence, and finally to Avignon.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alessandr ... (cardinal)
While the retaliation is Papal here (and this was a Catholic German city), there are stated Imperial grievances as well; only France is mollified by the Farnese at this junction.

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