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    Authors: Daniele Pisani;

    Italian-born architect Lina Bo Bardi always claimed that she had moved to Brazil in the aftermath of World War II because the freedom ideals of the Italian Resistance had been betrayed. Recent studies argue she was merely accompanying her husband, Pietro Maria Bardi, who was organizing art exhibitions in Rio de Janeiro. However, as documented by the correspondence published here for the first time, Bo Bardi did not embark on the journey to the New World because of the failures of the Italian Resistance or simply as a companion to her husband: she had been charged with the task of ensuring Brazil’s participation in the eighth edition of the Triennale di Milano (1947). On the basis of the correspondence documenting this assignment, this essay fills a historiographic gap and, more importantly, aims to radically revise the narrative around the initial phase of Bo Bardi’s stay in Brazil, the country she increasingly felt as her own and where she eventually spent her entire life. RIHA Journal, 2022: RIHA Journal

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    Authors: Antonio Iglesias; Estefania Fajardo; Carlo V Caballero-Uribe;

    "This physician, born in 1857, argued that rheumatoid arthritis was essentially a disease of the joints and should be clearly distinguished from rheumatism. " Editor's note: The note on Archibald Edward Garrod is the final entry of the initial series of History of Rheumatology with characters spanning the 17th century (Sydenham), 18th century (Heberden), 19th century (Osler and Garrod Sr.) and early 20th century (Garrod Jr.), constituting the legacy for Western rheumatology of what some have called the “proto-rheumatologists” or forerunners of the specialty.

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    In this short documentary, members of an international team of scholars and visual artists describe to videographer Steve Bransford the process of creating a 3D model of the Marie-Séraphique, a Trans-Atlantic ship active in the trade of enslaved persons from 1769 to 1774. Making use of unique surviving illustrations and details from historical texts, 3D modelers at the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship reconstructed the Marie-Séraphique. Any model will fail to convey the horror and violence endured by the captives onboard. This depiction offers insight into the making of such vessels, their design for conveyance, surveillance, and control.

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    Authors: Lindsey Dodd;

    This article draws on the oral history narratives of three people who were children in France during the Second World War to demonstrate their dissatisfactions with dominant versions of this past put forward in authoritative public discourse. Rachel was a Jewish child, persecuted, abused, but saved; Anne-Marie was the daughter of a railway resistance fighter who was deported and killed; Grégoire was a child evacuee who survived a violent bombardment. At various moments of their adult lives, each experienced a disruptive form of dissociation with their (personal) history as lived and experienced in comparison with (national) History as researched and recounted. All three invested in healing this wound, in private and public ways. Norquay (1999) writes that forgetting is “an active process which can involve denial, refusal, discrediting, silencing, omitting”; this article shows the generative power of feeling forgotten, denied, refused, discredited, silenced or omitted, to inspire action which challenges hegemonic discourse. Central to its argument is a call to attend to what feelings do within societies. (AHMED, 2014) While much influential scholarship is dedicated to top-down analyses French post-war memorial culture (mémoire), less attention is given to personal souvenirs of “ordinary” or “unimportant” people, particularly those who were children; such voices and the claims they make have at times been characterised as competitive and damaging to the “coherence of the national narrative” (WIEVIORKA, 2012). Yet by failing to listen, dominant historical discourse may provoke damaging sentiments of resentment, exclusion and shame. Cet article restitue les récits oraux de trois personnes qui ont vécu la Seconde Guerre Mondiale en France alors qu’ils étaient des enfants. Il interroge leurs insatisfactions vis-à-vis des versions dominantes du passé émanant des discours publics qui font autorité. Rachel fut une petit fille juive persécutée, violentée et sauvée ; Anne-Marie était la fille d’un résistant français travaillant dans les chemins de fer qui fut déporté et assassiné ; Grégoire était un enfant évacué qui survécut à un violent bombardement. A différents moments au cours de leur vie d’adulte, chacun a expérimenté une troublante forme de dissociation entre leur histoire personnelle, telle qu’ils l’ont vécue et l’ont ressentie, et l’histoire nationale et académique, telle qu’elle est restituée. Chacun a cherché à panser cette blessure de diverses façons, en privé et de manière publique. Norquay (1999) a montré combien l’oubli est « un processus actif qui peut impliquer le déni, le refus, le discrédit, la mise sous silence, l’omission » ; cet article s’attache à décrire le pouvoir que génère le sentiment d’être oublié, dénié, refusé, disqualifié, mis sous silence ou omis, inspirant des actions qui défient les discours hégémoniques. Au cœur de son argumentation est un appel à prêter attention à « ce que font les sentiments » dans les sociétés (AHMED, 2014). Alors que la plupart des travaux académiques influents sont dédiés à des analyses par « le haut » des cultures mémorielles liées à l’après-conflit en France, peu de recherches se sont intéressées aux souvenirs personnels des personnes « ordinaires » ou de « peu d’importance », et en particulier aux enfants ; leurs voix et les revendications qu’elles portent ont été souvent réduites à une concurrence susceptible de nuire à la « cohérence du récit national » (WIEVIORKA, 2012), tandis que l’incapacité ou l’absence de volonté du discours historique hégémonique à les écouter a créé en retour des sentiments de honte, d’exclusion et de ressentiment.

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    Authors: Marek Świdrak;

    The unpublished legacy of Valentin von Saebisch (1577–1657), arguably Silesia’s most eminent architect in the former half of the seventeenth century, includes a set of four drawings representing a Lutheran church design. This post-and-beam design stands out from other examples of this kind with its richness and variety. This important testimony to church architecture, perished in the ravages of the Thirty Years’ War, has yet to be fully investigated by researchers. The design by Saebisch is a perfect testimony to the reception of Prague architecture created under the reign of Emperor Rudolf II (1552–1612) and the technical standards used by the architects of that time. RIHA Journal, 2022: RIHA Journal

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    Authors: Olivette Otele;

    The article examines the experiences of a few people of African descent in Britain, from economic migrants to refugees and asylum seekers in the last part of the 20th century and early 21st century. Analysing how notions such as the Mediterranean with its historical colonial legacies have been re-appropriated and given way to the term the Black Mediterranean, allows us to understand the way the history of migration from Europe to Africa was linked to the idea of conquest and progress, while 20th and 21st century stories of migration from Africa to Europe are associated with invasion and disorder. The stories of newcomers to Europe, allow us to look at the way several narratives compete. The article is aimed at demonstrating that 20th and 21st century histories of resilience and recovery from trauma, challenge the overrepresentation of stories of deceptions or victimhood. Using archival material from the Refugee Council in London, the article analyses how bureaucracy, policies and politics, amplified by public opinion and media interventions, have in fact derailed the stated aim of integration of these populations. Yet, A few stories of the experiences of Africans who settled in Wales, one of Britain’s regions, paint a different picture that departs from negative ‘loud voices’. Cet article se penche sur les expériences, à la fin du 20ème et au début du 21ème siècle, d’un certain nombre d’individus d’origine africaine en Grande-Bretagne : migrants économiques, réfugiés et demandeurs d’asile. L’analyse de la manière dont certaines notions, tels que la Méditerranée et son héritage colonial, se sont vues réappropriées et remplacées par des termes tels que la « Méditerranée noire » (Black Mediterranean), permet de mieux mettre en lumière le contraste entre, d’une part, les liens très tôt établis par les Européens entre la migration de l’Europe vers l’Afrique et les idées de conquête et de progrès, et, d’autre part, l’association établie par ces mêmes Européens, au 20ème et au 21ème siècles, entre la migration de l’Afrique vers l’Europe et les idées d’invasion et de désordre. Les récits des nouveaux-venus en Europe nous permettent de visualiser la façon dont plusieurs types de discours peuvent entrer en concurrence les uns avec les autres. Cet article a pour but de démontrer que nombre de récits de résilience et de recouvrement post-traumatisme, au 20ème et au 21ème siècle, peuvent servir à remettre en perspective la surreprésentation des histoires marquées du sceau de l’abus ou de la victimisation. S’appuyant sur les archives du Conseil aux réfugiés (Refugee Council) de Londres, cet article analyse également la manière dont la bureaucratie, les politiques publiques et les personnalités politiques ont plus souvent qu’à leur tour entravé le processus d’intégration de ces populations au sein de la société britannique, processus qui pourtant était l’un des objectifs officiels du gouvernement. Cela étant dit, un certain nombre de récits des expériences des Africains subsahariens qui se sont installés au Pays de Galles dresse le portrait d’une réalité tout à fait différente de ce que la « cacophonie médiatique » majoritairement négative peut laisser imaginer.

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    Authors: Marek Świdrak;

    Wśród niepublikowanej spuścizny po Valentinie von Saebischu (1577–1657), bodaj najwybitniejszym architekcie czynnym na Śląsku w 1. połowie XVII wieku, znajduje się zespół czterech rysunków projektowych przedstawiających luterański kościół. Unikatowy wśród budownictwa ryglowego pod względem bogactwa architektonicznego, projekt ten jest ważnym, a dotychczas nieuwzględnianym przez badaczy świadectwem stanu architektury sakralnej przed pożogą wywołaną przez Wojnę Trzydziestoletnią. Dzieło Saebischa jest doskonałym świadectwem recepcji praskiej architektury powstającej w czasasch cesarza Rudolfa II (1552–1612), a także obowiązujących tam standardów warsztatowych projektantów architektonicznych. RIHA Journal, 2022: RIHA Journal

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    Authors: Štěpán Vácha;

    This study presents a hitherto unpublished painting of The Man of Sorrows, located in Břevnov monastery in Prague, by the Rudolfine court painter Hans von Aachen. The aim is to investigate not only the provenance of the work and the presumable commissioner, Abbot Wolfgang Selender of Prošovice, but also the painting’s place in Von Aachen’s œuvre, possible sources of inspiration for its iconography as well as formal design in Italy and Prague. Among other findings, a technological survey conducted during its restoration revealed a man’s face in the lower layers of paint, possibly a portrayal of the Emperor Rudolf II. RIHA Journal, 2022: RIHA Journal

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    Authors: Sian Sullivan; Michèle Baussant; Lindsey Dodd; Olivette Otele; +1 Authors

    This introductory paper outlines the conceptual framework and case studies comprising the research project Disrupted Histories, Recovered Pasts. Our project proposes a cross-disciplinary analysis and cross-case synthesis of experience and memory in post-conflict and postcolonial contexts. In the post- conflict and colonial contexts of our cases, we see “disruption” as present in three senses: as the productive ways in which multiple experiences retrieved through oral histories may refract and revise historical analysis; as the happening histories of objectively disruptive events break the flow of individual and collective experience; and as a strategy for cross-disciplinary research to disrupt and democratise conventional understanding by drawing attention to occluded experiences. We also articulate “recovery” as polysemic: invoking retrieval of past experiences and the possibility for enhanced well-being through voicing memories that may have been suppressed, as well as attending to mismatches with public discourses about displaced groups and individual experience. Following an introduction to our conceptual approach, we summarise our case-research. We have conducted oral history and archival research in multiple contexts, from disciplinary bases in anthropology and history. Our aim has been to interrogate relationships between oral histories and amateur histories with more formal written archives and historiography in a series of disrupted settings: evictions in colonial and apartheid west Namibia (SULLIVAN); memories and historical interpretations of the Egyptian Jewish diaspora (BAUSSANT); the evacuation of children in Second World War France (DODD); recent maritime exodus of migrants from Africa (OTELE); and rupture from a hegemonic imperial-nostalgic narrative in Portugal (DOS SANTOS). Our case research is complemented in the concluding paper of this Special Issue by systematic cross-case engagement, synthesis and theorisation of our case-study research. Ce texte introductif présente le cadre conceptuel des études de cas traités dans ce numéro consacré aux Histoires Perturbées, Passés Retrouvés. Nous proposons ici une analyse interdisciplinaire et une synthèse croisée de l’expérience et de la mémoire dans des contextes post-conflits et postcoloniaux. Articulant une perspective anthropologique et historique, nous examinons les relations (ou leur absence éventuelle) entre histoires orales, histoires écrites par des amateurs, archives écrites et historiographie. Dans les contextes post-conflits et postcoloniaux ici abordés, nous définissons la notion de « disruption » de trois façons : comme un moyen permettant aux expériences multiples, recouvrées par le biais l’histoire orale et des évocations du passé collectées au cours de nos enquêtes, de complexifier et de modifier l’analyse historique ; comme la survenance d’histoires liées à des événements perturbateurs interrompant le flux « ordinaire » des expériences individuelles et collectives ; comme une stratégie de recherche interdisciplinaire visant à la fois à perturber et à démocratiser les modes de compréhension conventionnelle en attirant l'attention sur des expériences occultées. Le terme « retrouvé » est lui aussi polysémique. Il évoque tant le recouvrement d’expériences passées que la possibilité d’accéder à et de reconstruire un autre rapport au passé, plus « apaisé » , grâce à l’expression des souvenirs. Il permet également d’interroger l’écart et la non-coïncidence entre les discours publics portant sur certains groupes, les expériences individuelles de leurs membres et les souvenirs qu’ils construisent autour de ces dernières. Notre approche privilégie une articulation explicite entre les outils conceptuels mobilisés pour nos recherches et les données empiriques collectées, associant histoire orale, diverses formes « ordinaires » d’évocation du passé et archives dans des contextes multiples. Ce travail multidisciplinaire adopte avant tout une perspective anthropologique et historique. Les études sont menées dans plusieurs contextes : l’expulsion coloniale et l’apartheid dans l’ouest de la Namibie (SULLIVAN) ; les souvenirs et les interprétations historiques de la diaspora Juive Égyptienne (BAUSSANT) ; l’évacuation des enfants en France pendant la Seconde Guerre Mondiale (DODD) ; les exodes maritimes des migrants en provenance d’Afrique sub-Saharienne (OTELE) ; et la rupture avec le récit hégémonique de la nostalgie impériale au Portugal (DOS SANTOS).

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    Authors: Samuel Vitali;

    This article aims to give for the first time an overview of the form and function of women artists’ signatures in early modern Europe, with a particular focus on Italy. Through an analysis of the frequency with which women artists signed their works as well as the iconic and textual form of the inscriptions, it establishes a number of peculiarities that distinguish female from male signing practice. It attempts then to explain these differences by the specific sociocultural conditions under which artistic activity by women was possible and accepted. The central thesis is that the frequency and particular textual form of women’s signatures were prompted by the special interest of patrons and collectors in works created by female artists. Rather than an expression of their authors’ self-assurance as artists in a field dominated by men, as earlier scholarship tended to assume, the characteristics of female signing practice were often an index of their limited autonomy. RIHA Journal, 2022: RIHA Journal

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    Authors: Daniele Pisani;

    Italian-born architect Lina Bo Bardi always claimed that she had moved to Brazil in the aftermath of World War II because the freedom ideals of the Italian Resistance had been betrayed. Recent studies argue she was merely accompanying her husband, Pietro Maria Bardi, who was organizing art exhibitions in Rio de Janeiro. However, as documented by the correspondence published here for the first time, Bo Bardi did not embark on the journey to the New World because of the failures of the Italian Resistance or simply as a companion to her husband: she had been charged with the task of ensuring Brazil’s participation in the eighth edition of the Triennale di Milano (1947). On the basis of the correspondence documenting this assignment, this essay fills a historiographic gap and, more importantly, aims to radically revise the narrative around the initial phase of Bo Bardi’s stay in Brazil, the country she increasingly felt as her own and where she eventually spent her entire life. RIHA Journal, 2022: RIHA Journal

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    Authors: Antonio Iglesias; Estefania Fajardo; Carlo V Caballero-Uribe;

    "This physician, born in 1857, argued that rheumatoid arthritis was essentially a disease of the joints and should be clearly distinguished from rheumatism. " Editor's note: The note on Archibald Edward Garrod is the final entry of the initial series of History of Rheumatology with characters spanning the 17th century (Sydenham), 18th century (Heberden), 19th century (Osler and Garrod Sr.) and early 20th century (Garrod Jr.), constituting the legacy for Western rheumatology of what some have called the “proto-rheumatologists” or forerunners of the specialty.

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    In this short documentary, members of an international team of scholars and visual artists describe to videographer Steve Bransford the process of creating a 3D model of the Marie-Séraphique, a Trans-Atlantic ship active in the trade of enslaved persons from 1769 to 1774. Making use of unique surviving illustrations and details from historical texts, 3D modelers at the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship reconstructed the Marie-Séraphique. Any model will fail to convey the horror and violence endured by the captives onboard. This depiction offers insight into the making of such vessels, their design for conveyance, surveillance, and control.

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    Authors: Lindsey Dodd;

    This article draws on the oral history narratives of three people who were children in France during the Second World War to demonstrate their dissatisfactions with dominant versions of this past put forward in authoritative public discourse. Rachel was a Jewish child, persecuted, abused, but saved; Anne-Marie was the daughter of a railway resistance fighter who was deported and killed; Grégoire was a child evacuee who survived a violent bombardment. At various moments of their adult lives, each experienced a disruptive form of dissociation with their (personal) history as lived and experienced in comparison with (national) History as researched and recounted. All three invested in healing this wound, in private and public ways. Norquay (1999) writes that forgetting is “an active process which can involve denial, refusal, discrediting, silencing, omitting”; this article shows the generative power of feeling forgotten, denied, refused, discredited, silenced or omitted, to inspire action which challenges hegemonic discourse. Central to its argument is a call to attend to what feelings do within societies. (AHMED, 2014) While much influential scholarship is dedicated to top-down analyses French post-war memorial culture (mémoire), less attention is given to personal souvenirs of “ordinary” or “unimportant” people, particularly those who were children; such voices and the claims they make have at times been characterised as competitive and damaging to the “coherence of the national narrative” (WIEVIORKA, 2012). Yet by failing to listen, dominant historical discourse may provoke damaging sentiments of resentment, exclusion and shame. Cet article restitue les récits oraux de trois personnes qui ont vécu la Seconde Guerre Mondiale en France alors qu’ils étaient des enfants. Il interroge leurs insatisfactions vis-à-vis des versions dominantes du passé émanant des discours publics qui font autorité. Rachel fut une petit fille juive persécutée, violentée et sauvée ; Anne-Marie était la fille d’un résistant français travaillant dans les chemins de fer qui fut déporté et assassiné ; Grégoire était un enfant évacué qui survécut à un violent bombardement. A différents moments au cours de leur vie d’adulte, chacun a expérimenté une troublante forme de dissociation entre leur histoire personnelle, telle qu’ils l’ont vécue et l’ont ressentie, et l’histoire nationale et académique, telle qu’elle est restituée. Chacun a cherché à panser cette blessure de diverses façons, en privé et de manière publique. Norquay (1999) a montré combien l’oubli est « un processus actif qui peut impliquer le déni, le refus, le discrédit, la mise sous silence, l’omission » ; cet article s’attache à décrire le pouvoir que génère le sentiment d’être oublié, dénié, refusé, disqualifié, mis sous silence ou omis, inspirant des actions qui défient les discours hégémoniques. Au cœur de son argumentation est un appel à prêter attention à « ce que font les sentiments » dans les sociétés (AHMED, 2014). Alors que la plupart des travaux académiques influents sont dédiés à des analyses par « le haut » des cultures mémorielles liées à l’après-conflit en France, peu de recherches se sont intéressées aux souvenirs personnels des personnes « ordinaires » ou de « peu d’importance », et en particulier aux enfants ; leurs voix et les revendications qu’elles portent ont été souvent réduites à une concurrence susceptible de nuire à la « cohérence du récit national » (WIEVIORKA, 2012), tandis que l’incapacité ou l’absence de volonté du discours historique hégémonique à les écouter a créé en retour des sentiments de honte, d’exclusion et de ressentiment.

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    Authors: Marek Świdrak;

    The unpublished legacy of Valentin von Saebisch (1577–1657), arguably Silesia’s most eminent architect in the former half of the seventeenth century, includes a set of four drawings representing a Lutheran church design. This post-and-beam design stands out from other examples of this kind with its richness and variety. This important testimony to church architecture, perished in the ravages of the Thirty Years’ War, has yet to be fully investigated by researchers. The design by Saebisch is a perfect testimony to the reception of Prague architecture created under the reign of Emperor Rudolf II (1552–1612) and the technical standards used by the architects of that time. RIHA Journal, 2022: RIHA Journal

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    Authors: Olivette Otele;

    The article examines the experiences of a few people of African descent in Britain, from economic migrants to refugees and asylum seekers in the last part of the 20th century and early 21st century. Analysing how notions such as the Mediterranean with its historical colonial legacies have been re-appropriated and given way to the term the Black Mediterranean, allows us to understand the way the history of migration from Europe to Africa was linked to the idea of conquest and progress, while 20th and 21st century stories of migration from Africa to Europe are associated with invasion and disorder. The stories of newcomers to Europe, allow us to look at the way several narratives compete. The article is aimed at demonstrating that 20th and 21st century histories of resilience and recovery from trauma, challenge the overrepresentation of stories of deceptions or victimhood. Using archival material from the Refugee Council in London, the article analyses how bureaucracy, policies and politics, amplified by public opinion and media interventions, have in fact derailed the stated aim of integration of these populations. Yet, A few stories of the experiences of Africans who settled in Wales, one of Britain’s regions, paint a different picture that departs from negative ‘loud voices’. Cet article se penche sur les expériences, à la fin du 20ème et au début du 21ème siècle, d’un certain nombre d’individus d’origine africaine en Grande-Bretagne : migrants économiques, réfugiés et demandeurs d’asile. L’analyse de la manière dont certaines notions, tels que la Méditerranée et son héritage colonial, se sont vues réappropriées et remplacées par des termes tels que la « Méditerranée noire » (Black Mediterranean), permet de mieux mettre en lumière le contraste entre, d’une part, les liens très tôt établis par les Européens entre la migration de l’Europe vers l’Afrique et les idées de conquête et de progrès, et, d’autre part, l’association établie par ces mêmes Européens, au 20ème et au 21ème siècles, entre la migration de l’Afrique vers l’Europe et les idées d’invasion et de désordre. Les récits des nouveaux-venus en Europe nous permettent de visualiser la façon dont plusieurs types de discours peuvent entrer en concurrence les uns avec les autres. Cet article a pour but de démontrer que nombre de récits de résilience et de recouvrement post-traumatisme, au 20ème et au 21ème siècle, peuvent servir à remettre en perspective la surreprésentation des histoires marquées du sceau de l’abus ou de la victimisation. S’appuyant sur les archives du Conseil aux réfugiés (Refugee Council) de Londres, cet article analyse également la manière dont la bureaucratie, les politiques publiques et les personnalités politiques ont plus souvent qu’à leur tour entravé le processus d’intégration de ces populations au sein de la société britannique, processus qui pourtant était l’un des objectifs officiels du gouvernement. Cela étant dit, un certain nombre de récits des expériences des Africains subsahariens qui se sont installés au Pays de Galles dresse le portrait d’une réalité tout à fait différente de ce que la « cacophonie médiatique » majoritairement négative peut laisser imaginer.

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    Authors: Marek Świdrak;

    Wśród niepublikowanej spuścizny po Valentinie von Saebischu (1577–1657), bodaj najwybitniejszym architekcie czynnym na Śląsku w 1. połowie XVII wieku, znajduje się zespół czterech rysunków projektowych przedstawiających luterański kościół. Unikatowy wśród budownictwa ryglowego pod względem bogactwa architektonicznego, projekt ten jest ważnym, a dotychczas nieuwzględnianym przez badaczy świadectwem stanu architektury sakralnej przed pożogą wywołaną przez Wojnę Trzydziestoletnią. Dzieło Saebischa jest doskonałym świadectwem recepcji praskiej architektury powstającej w czasasch cesarza Rudolfa II (1552–1612), a także obowiązujących tam standardów warsztatowych projektantów architektonicznych. RIHA Journal, 2022: RIHA Journal

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