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Troubadours, c13th-14th century.
Germany. Minstrel reciting poems and songs at the foot of a lime tree in the village square. Colored engraving of "Germania", 1882.
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.
Konrad Von Altstetten, Swiss ministerial rests with his beloved after a whipped hunting. Fol. 249v. Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Manesse and his son Johannes. University of  Heidelberg. Library.
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
Konrad von Wurzburg, who died in 1287, dictates to a scribe. Fol. 383r. Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Manesse and his son Johannes. University of  Heidelberg. Library. Germany.
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
Spervogel, poet of the 12th century, offers his lyrics to the Court. 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
Wolfram von Eschenbach (Eschenbach, h.1170-Eschenbach, 1220), German poet, author of "Parzival", with harness and standard of assault. Fol. 149v. Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Manesse and his son
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
Rubin, Tyrolean ministerial from 12th century, in a castle sending a message to his loved with a crossbow. Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Manesse and his son Johannes. Miniature. Folio 169v. Unive
Der Wilde Alexander, poet of the 13th century, greets his beloved while he's riding. Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Manesse and his son Johannes. Miniature. Folio 412r. University of  Heidelberg.
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
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
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
Count Rudolf von Fenis-Neuenburg, Swiss poet died in the 12th century, meditating with a roll of parchment. Codex Manesse (ca.1300) by Rudiger Manesse and his son Johannes. Miniature. Folio 20r. Unive