Frankfurt Am Main-Peter Becker-Frankfurts Vorstadt Sachsenhausen zu Anfang des 17 Jahrhunderts-1889



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English: Frankfurt's Vorstadt of Sachsenhausen at the beginning of the 17th century, water colour; transcript of the headline (from left to right): „AD 1889 / under use of old documents drawn and painted by Peter Becker / the old imperial city / Frankfurt's suburbia Sachsenhausen / as seen from the inn at the old bridge tower / founder of Frankfurt / Charlemagne / and Sachsenhausen“
Français : Aquarelle montrant Sachsenhausen, un faubourg de Frankfort sur le main au début du XVIIe siècle. Traduction des cartouches (de gauche à droite) : « Année 1889. / dessiné et peint par Peter Becker / La vieille citée impériale / le faubourg de Francfort Sachsenhausen / vu depuis l'auberge de la vieille tour du pont / Fondateur de Francfort / Charlemagne / et Sachsenhausen ».
Deutsch: Frankfurts Vorstadt Sachsenhausen zu Anfang des 17. Jahrhunderts, Aquarell; Transkription der Überschrift (von links nach rechts): „AD 1889 / unter Benutzung alter Blätter gez. u. gem. v. Peter Becker / der alten Reichs-Stadt / Frankfurt Vorstadt Sachsenhausen / gesehen von der Trinkstube am Alten Brücken-Thurm / Gründer v. Frankfurt / Kaiser Karolus / u. Sachsenhausen“. Siehe auch: de:Alte Brücke (Frankfurt)
Date 1889(1889)
Source Wolfgang Klötzer: Frankfurt-Archiv. Ergänzungs-Edition. Band 2. In: Wolfgang Klötzer (Hrsg.): Frankfurt-Archiv. Ergänzungs-Edition. Archiv-Verlag Braunschweig, Braunschweig 1982–88, S. FE 01020


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