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Dahlmann. - Neo aspera terrent. (Kleist-Museum Frankfurt (Oder) CC BY-NC-SA)

Dahlmann. - Neo aspera terrent.

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Dahlmann, Friedrich Christoph: * 13.5.1785 in Wismar, † 5.12.1860 in Bonn, deutscher Historiker und Staatsmann, bekannt als einer der "Göttinger Sieben" und Mitverfasser der Paulskirchen-Verfassung von 1848
Brustbild im Dreiviertelprofil
Signatur/Widmung: 18 R 38; Nach d. leben u. auf Stein gez. v. P. Rohrbach; Lith. Anst. v. E. Ritmüller in Göttingen; Verlag v. C. Kübler in Göttingen
aus der Lithographischen Anstalt von E. Ritmüller in Göttingen
Verlag: C. Kübler in Göttingen

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Lithographie auf Papier

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Blatt: 33,7 x 24,4 cm; BA: ca. 25 x 19 cm

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Printing plate produced
1838
Creation of reference
1838
Published
1839 - ?
1837 2017

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[Last update 19.04.2017]