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The Coronation of Charlemagne Rome, 1956 - On Christmas Day of the year 800 AD pope Leo III crowned Charlemagne "emperor of the Romans". Both are surrounded by bishops; a chronicler is sitting in the foreground.
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A mural painting. Teaching historical consciousness , - The painting shows three oblong pictures, one below the other, with subtitles naming important periods and incidents of the "German history".
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Chart of prehistoric evolutionary stages – from the primeval world to present times , 1920 - The chart shows periods of human mankind from the Eolitihic Age, to the Ice Age to the interglacial periods and from the New Stone Age to the Metal Ages to the historical times through to the present. Depicted are animals and humans, found pieces, cranial bones and tools, articles of daily use as well as technical achievements.
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Wallchart 8th to 15th century , - The wall chart shows the most important historical incidents between 723 AD and 1493 AD.
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17th Century. Thirty-Years War. The raids of Louis XIV , 1937 - The frieze about the 17th Century shows the timeline (1600-1700 A.C.) with the following dates, which are tagged with red and black arrows: 1608/09 A.C. Union-League; 1630 A.C. Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden comes to the Protestants’ help; 1632 A.C. Gustavus Adolphus’ victory and death in the battle of Lützen; 1640 A.C. The Great Elector’s accession to power; 1648 The Peace of Westphalia; 1655-1660 A.C. Second Northern War; 1667/68 A.C. French War of Devolution against Spain, 1675 A.C. Battle of Fehrbellin; 1672-1678 The Franco-Dutch War; 1681 A.C. French occupation (“spoils”) of Strasburg; 1683 Siege of Vienna, 1686 A.C. Ofen, Mohàcs, 1688 A.C. Death of the Great Elector; 1688-1697 A.C. Nine Year’s War; 1699 A.C. Peace of Karlowitz.
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9th Century. Viking Raids. The naissance of the first German Reich , 1937 - This frieze shows a timeline of the 9th Century (800-900 A.C.) with the following dates, which are tagged by red or black arrows: 800-804 A.C. Charlemange emperor of Rome, 843 A.C. Treaty of Verdun, 879 A.C. Treaty of Mersen, 843-876 A.C. Louis the German.
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Chart of Ancient History , 1963 - This chart shows art works, weapons, jewelry and graveyards from eight different historical periods in 5 times 8 columns (top down). I. Lower to middle Paleolithic 600000-4000 B.C.; II. Neolithic 4000-1800 B.C.; III. Bronze Age, 1800-1000 B.C.; IV. Hallstatt Culture 1000-500 B.C.; V. La Tène-Culture, 500-0 B.C VI. Roman Empire 0-400 A.C.; VII. Migration Period 400-800 A.C.; VIII. Viking Age 800-1000 A.C.
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Iron Age - Migration Period , 1938 - The wall chart consists of two big pictures in the centre showing typical scenes of the every-day life during the Iron Age. On both sides these sceneries are framed by smaller depictions of weapons, jewelry and tools. The first picture shows a blacksmith`s workshop from the pre-Roman Iron Age (800 BC). In front of the roofed workshop you can see the forge, in which the smith heats the iron. The second picture shows the interior of a smithery from the Migration Period (375/376-568 AC). The smith is sitting at the table of a log cabin, which is lined with clay, and is refining the metal with gold. You can further see casting moulds for knives.
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