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Battle scene and allegorical figures with the armorial of Wilhelm Hundt

Date:
1603
Culture:
German
Medium:
Glass-stained
Dimensions:
32 x 21 in. (81.3 x 53.3 cm)
Classification:
Glass-Stained
Credit Line:
Rogers Fund, 1907
Accession Number:
07.218.2
Not on view
Two allegorical figures flank the arms of Johann Wilhelm Hundt. The inscription can be translated: "Wolf Wilhelm Hundt of Falkenstein, Brannenburg and Mosök in Bavaria, captain and administrator at Rosenheim."
Inscription: Wolf Wilhelm/ Hundt zum Falckhen. stain Branenberg und/ Mosöckh:frl:dthrl:in/Bairn haubtman/und pfleger zu Rosenheim [Wolf Wilhelm Hundt of Falkenstein, Brannenberg and Mosök...(two contractions) in Bavaria. Captain and administrator at Rosenheim]
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