• Critical catalogue of Luther portraits (1519-1530)

    Luther - one of the most frequently portrayed people of the 16th century

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    Traditions, perspectives and uses

    Research project on the early collecting practice of “superstitious objects”

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    Trade with the Orient in the early modern age, and Transylvanian-Saxon identity formation

    Research Project on the Ottoman carpets in Bistriţa (Romania) 

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    German Panel Painting of the late Middle Ages

    Research Project on paintings at the GNM from an art history and art technology perspective

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    "Righteousness and peace have kissed each other"

    Representations of peace 
    in the pre-modern age 
    (16th–18th century)

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    The collection of musical instruments - Rück as an example

    Function and network of the at his time largest private collection of musical instruments in Germany

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    Provision for the hereafter and cooperative representation

    Interdisciplinary indexing of the mediaeval funerary hatchments in the GNM

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    Objects on the Net

    Development of a joint indexing and digitisation strategy for the collections of the FAU


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    The aim of the project is to make the journals available to science and research in the form of a digital edition.

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    Systematic investigation of provenance

    The provenance of objects acquired between 1933 and 1945 will be systematically investigated.


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    MUSICES

    Development of a computed tomography examination standard for musical Instruments


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    Catalogue of Funerary Monuments

    The Germanisches Nationalmuseum owns about 370 objects related to funerary monuments.

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    17th- and 18th-Century Sculptures

    The catalogue comprises sculptures from the south-western, western, northern and eastern parts of the German-language region.

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    Catalogue of Hallstatt Period Finds

    During rescue excavations a total of 44 burial sites were discovered. 


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