This project seeks to make Romanesque cloister capitals virtually accessible for various forms of research, the preservation of historical monuments, and educational purposes through the deployment of digital photographs, 3-D models and an interactive computer application. [...]
In the age of Renaissance humanism, antique coins were not only favoured collectors' items but also played an important role in rediscovering classical antiquity. Humanists recognised for the first time the high value of these coins as a source for research in the fields of history, [...]
Jan Simane, Ute Dercks, Ingeborg Bähr, Monika Butzek, Lisa Hanstein, Harald Drös, Charlotte Niemann, Laura Cirri in cooperation with Fabrizio Falchi, Fausto Rabitti
Since 1901, the Kunsthistorisches Institut has been in possession of a catalogue containing sketches of more than 2,800 coats of arms, predominantly belonging to Florentine families. This unique, extensive and painstakingly detailed collection, which was evidently [...]
Ein Kooperationsprojekt des Kunsthistorischen Instituts in Florenz - Max-Planck-Institut, des Kunstgeschichtlichen Instituts der Universität Frankfurt a. M., der Bibliotheca Hertziana in Rom, des Städel Museums und des Historischen Museums in Frankfurt a. M.