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IN SACHEN PFORR: EIN RECHTSSTREIT IM PERSONENGESCHICHTLICHEN UMFELD DES VERFASSERS DES BUCHES DER BEISPIELE

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Im Mittelpunkt des vorliegenden Beitrags stehen verschiedene Quellenzeugnisse, die größtenteils in den 60er Jahren des 15. Jahrhunderts gefertigt wurden und einen erbittert geführten Rechtsstreit dokumentieren, der eine Freiburger Nachlaßstiftung betraf. Da in diesen Archivalien unter anderem auch Angehörige der Breisacher Patrizierfamilie von Pforr erwähnt werden, liegt die Vermutung nahe, daß Antonius von Pforr, der Verfasser des Buches der Beispiele, direkt oder indirekt in die gerichtliche Auseinandersetzung involviert war.

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