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Portrait of Joan of Arc, Tour Jeanne d'Arc, Rouen, Normandy, France
Regent Street Quadrant, Westminster, London, late 19th century.
Dietmar von Aist, Austrian poet, provides the goods to the lady, disguised as a merchant. 12th century. Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Manesse and his son Johannes. Miniature. Folio 64r. Universit
Pteffel, poet of the 13th century, fishing for his beloved. Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Manesse and his son Johannes. Miniature. Folio 302r. University of  Heidelberg. Library. Germany.
Heinrich von Rugge, poet, ministerial and cross of the Emperor Frederick Barbarossa, on horseback with shield and spear. Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Manesse and his son Johannes. Miniature. Fol
Johannes Hadlaub, Swiss poet. Below: the poet disguised as a pilgrim after a woman who is entering the church. Top: the lady consoles the poet who is unwell. Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Manesse
Burggraf von Rietenburg (12th century), Bavarian noble poet, delivering a scroll to a messenger holding a sword in his hands as a symbol of justice. Fol.119v. Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Maness
Reinmar Von Zweter (1200-1260), Rhenish poet, teaches two young men in the Arts. Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Manesse and his son Johannes. Miniature. Folio 323r. University of  Heidelberg. Libr
Meinloch Von Sevelingen, ministerial Swabian (12th century), read a verse from the parchment to his lady who listen with caution. Fol. 120v. Codex Manesse (ca.1300)  by Rudiger Manesse and his son Joh
WALTHER VON DER VOGELWEIDE (1170-1230). Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Manesse and his son Johannes. University of  Heidelberg. Library. Germany.
The German poet Reinman Der Alte (d. 1210) read a line from a poem to his beloved. Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Manesse and his son Johannes. Miniature. Folio 98r. University of  Heidelberg. Lib
Heinrich Von Morungen (c.1150-1222). German poet. Lovesick poet. Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Manesse and his son Johannes. Miniature. Folio 76v. University of  Heidelberg. Library. Germany.
Ulrich von Liechtenstein (1200?1278) , medieval nobleman, knight, politician, and minnesanger.  Ulrich on a trip. Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Manesse and his son Johannes. Miniature. Folio 237r
Burkhard von Hohenfels, poet of Henry VII, gives a  love message to his beloved. 13th century. Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Manesse and his son Johannes. Miniature. Folio 110r. University of  He
Bernger Von Horheim (late 12th century). German poet of the court of Henry IV. The poet with his beloved holding a dog in her lap, a symbol of fidelity. Fol. 178r.Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Ma
Von Hiltbolt Schwangau (1221-1254), imperial Swabian minister called the knight of the swan, dancing after a win. Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Manesse and his son Johannes. Miniature. Folio 146r
Der Burggraf von Regensburg presides over a trial. Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Manesse and his son Johannes. Miniature. Folio 318r. University of  Heidelberg. Library. Germany.
Der Schenk Von Limburg, ministerial Swabian (mid 13th century) says goodbye to his lady before leaving. Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Manesse and his son Johannes. Fol. 82v. University of  Heidel
Frauenlob, German poet (d. 1318), listening to a musician. Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Manesse and his son Johannes. Miniature. Folio 399r. University of  Heidelberg. Library. Germany.
Der Marner, moralistic 13th century poet, sipping refreshing drink offered by his servant. Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Manesse and his son Johannes. Fol. 349r. University of  Heidelberg. Librar
Hendrik van Veldeke (c.1140/1150-before 1210). German poet. Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Manesse and his son Johannes. Fol. 30r. University of  Heidelberg. Library. Germany.
Henry VI Hohenstaufen (Nijmegen, 1165, Messina, 1197.) King of Italy and Germany and emperor (1191-1197), son of Frederick I Barbarossa. The emperor with the arms of the Habsburg Empire. Fol. 6r. Code
Gottfried Von Neifen, poet of Henry VII and the Emperor Frederick II, rejected by a married lady. On the left, the emblem of the poet. Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Manesse and his son Johannes.