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Rudolph I of Germany

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Series:

Stockmann, Wandbilder zur Geschichte

Timeframe:

Mittelalter

Scene of action:

Speyer

Illustrator:

Hoynck van Papendrecht, J.

Publisher:

P. Stockmann, Bochum

Year of publication:

1958

Themes:

European history   

You can see Rudolph in December 1273 at the Imperial Diet of Speyer, where he induced the return of illegally appropriated goods (the so called policies of revindication). Rudolph took drastic action against the robber barony, in order to ensure general peace. Governors had to retrieve the goods. Probably, these governors are depicted on the scene.