File:Quaterionenadler David de Negker.jpg
This is a file from the Wikimedia Commons. Information from its description page there is shown below.
Commons is a freely licensed media file repository. You can help.
|This is a featured picture, which means that members of the community have identified it as one of the finest images on the English Wikipedia, adding significantly to its accompanying article. If you have a different image of similar quality, be sure to upload it using the proper free license tag, add it to a relevant article, and nominate it.|
|This image was selected as picture of the day on the English Wikipedia for June 5, 2009.|
||This English Wikipedia featured picture is fairly large and has an aspect ratio of approximately 4:3 or 5:4, making it suitable as a computer wallpaper.
See the gallery of such images, or the gallery of widescreen images.
| File:Quaterionenadler David de Negker.svg is a vector version of this file.
It should be used in place of this raster image when superior.
File:Quaterionenadler David de Negker.jpg File:Quaterionenadler David de Negker.svg
For more information about vector graphics, read about Commons transition to SVG.
- Das Heilige Römische Reich mit seinen Reichsständen
- Augsburg: Hans Burgkmair dem Älteren, cut by Jost de Negker 1510, published by David de Necker (son) later
- ca. 285 x 400 mm, koloriert.
- The states of the Holy Roman Empire, hand-coloured woodcut
- Augsburg: Hans Burgkmair, cut by Jost de Negker 1510, published by David de Necker (son) later
- ca. 285 xs 400 mm, colored.
The official position taken by the Wikimedia Foundation is that "faithful reproductions of two-dimensional public domain works of art are public domain, and that claims to the contrary represent an assault on the very concept of a public domain". For details, see Commons:When to use the PD-Art tag.
|Annotations||This image is annotated: View the annotations at Commons|
Das hailig Römiſch reich
mit ſampt seinen gelidern.
Gedruckt zů Augſpurg durch
Dauidt de Necker Form[en]schneider
Pfalz (Electorate of the Palatinate)
Sachsen (Saxony under the reign of the House of Ascania; today: Sachsen-Anhalt)
Behem ( Bohemia)
Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony)
Meißen (Margraviate of Meissen; today: Sachsen)
Braunschweig (Duchy of Brunswick)
Zilli ( Celje)
I want to learn more...
Wikipedia for Schools was collected by SOS Children's Villages. SOS Children helps more than 2 million people across 133 countries around the world. Have you thought about sponsoring a child?