How to use…

The entries are listed chronologically by year descending.

Within each of the three collections, a full-text search with German keywords can be performed. An overview of names, dates and events offers the “family tree” of the Empresses.

In addition, there are three different forms of the filter:
1) by year
2) by author or artist (except in the coll. Press coverage)
3) a tag cloud

Depending on the collection, different conceptual groups are made available in the tag cloud.

 

Contemporary prints:

Often more than one URL is provided under “Links”. These are digital copies from different libraries. The title of the entry is always linked to the first specified URL.

The tag cloud distinguishes the three generic terms >pamphlet<, >single-sheet printing< and >book<.

 

Visual representations:

“Author” refers to the artist(s). In the case of single-sheet printing, the artist and then the engraver are listed.

Often more than one URL is provided under “Links”. These are works from various online image databases. The title of the entry is always linked to the first specified URL, which in turn refers to the collection specified in the additional information.

The tag cloud distinguishes the generic terms >single-sheet printing<, >painting<, >Plastic arts<, >object< and the three media events >Marriage<, >Coronation< and >Death<.

 

Press coverage:

Along with the publisher, title, plublishing place and year of the newspaper further information referring to the respective reference in the newspaper is supplied. The page number corresponds to the numbering in the Bremer digital copy.

The title of the newspaper is linked to the corresponding reference. As this is not a permalink, the second link supplied under “Links” is the permalink to the homepage of the newspaper in the Bremen collection.

The Tag cloud distinguishes the three media events >Marriage<, >Coronation< and >Death<.