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This front matter section of the book Divine Diagrams: The Manuscripts and Drawings of Paul Lautensack (1477/78-1558) contains the table of contents, a list of illustrations, a list of lautensack's manuscripts and tracts, acknowledgements and a list of abbreviations. The book introduces Paul Lautensack's biography. After brief remarks on his long, successful and unexciting career in Bamberg, it focuses on the last decades of his life spent in Nuremberg, during which he produced his speculative tracts. Apart from establishing a historical framework and surveying his extant and documented works, it furthermore introduces his patrons and examines how the civic authorities of Nuremberg reacted to his attempts to spread his religious ideas.

Keywords: Bamberg; Nuremberg; Paul Lautensack



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