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Български: Стъклопис върху прозорец на Колегиалната църква в Тюбинген, Германия.
Deutsch: Tübingen: Unterer Teil (Zeile 1 bis 2) des Chorscheitelfensters im Chorraum der Stiftskirche zu St. Georg mit Patron- und Stifterdarstellungen, um 1478 von Peter Hemmel von Andlau geschaffen. Darstellungen von links nach rechts:
  1. Ganz links Graf Eberhard im Barte (1445–1496), ab 1495 als Eberhard I. der erste regierende Herzog von Württemberg und Teck, der Stifter der Universität Tübingen, auf dessen Veranlassung auch der Chorraum der Stiftskirche 1478–1490 neu errichtet wurde, da er als Aula der Universität dienen sollte; über Eberhard sind Palmen dargestellt die zusammen mit dem hier ebenfalls zu lesenden Wahlspruch Attempto (lat. „Ich wage es“) auch sein Wappen zierten.
  2. Links in der Mitte ist der Heilige Georg, der Patron der Kirche, als Drachentöter dargestellt.
  3. Die Identität des Mannes im dritten Teil ist unklar; seine Fahne trägt ebenfalls das Wappen der Grafschaft Württemberg-Mömpelgard (Montbéliard), sein Schild das Wappen Tübingens.
  4. Ganz rechts ist Eberhards Frau, Barbara Gonzaga (1455–1503) dargestellt, ab 1495 die erste Herzogin von Württemberg und Teck.
Hinweis: Die Rahmen der Fensterschreiben sind auch in der Realität nicht 100% gerade, sondern etwas gebogen, das ist keine Verzeichnung des Fotos ;–).
English: Tübingen, Germany, St. George’s Collegiate Church: The lower part of the central window in the apse, showing the church patron and the founder, created about 1478 by Peter Hemmel of Andlau.
  1. On the left, Eberhard I (1445–1496), from 1495 the first duke of Württemberg and Teck, founder of the University of Tübingen, who also commanded the expansion of the choir of the Collegiate Church because it also served as the great hall of the new university; around Eberhard there are palm tress which, together with the motto Attempto (“I dare”), adorned Eberhard’s coat of arms.
  2. The second part shows Saint George, the church patron, killing the dragon.
  3. The identity of the man in the third part is unclear; his standard shows the coat of arms of Württemberg and the County of Montbéliard, his shield the coat of arms of Tübingen.
  4. At the right, Barbara Gonzaga (1455–1503), Eberhard’s wife, from 1495 the first Duchess consort of Württemberg.
Hint: The frame of the window is not completely orthogonal in reality, but somewhat curved, this is not a problem of the photograph ;–).
Українська: Вітраж у соборній церкві Святого Георгія в Тюбінгені, Баден-Вюртемберг, Німеччина, виготовлений близько 1478 року.
Español: Vitral de 1478 de la Colegiata de San Jorge en Tubinga, Alemania.
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