Tuesday, 19 August 2014

Notes from Salzburg: The Augsburg Holy Sepulchre



The international workshop began in Augsburg with a visit to a replica Holy Sepulchre built in the Church of St Anna.  This church has a number of connections to Jerusalem and a very interesting history. Built around 1321, it began as a Carmelite monastery and may have been founded as early as 1275 by the Bishop of Augsburg, Hartmann von Dillingen:
A nineteenth-century portrait of Bishop Hartmann von Dillingen: image from Wikimedia Commons

Monday, 18 August 2014

International Workshop in Salzburg


Between 2-8th August, the ‘Projections of Jerusalem in Europe: A Monumental Network’ team at York travelled to Germany and Austria to join an international workshop on ‘Perceptions and Translations of Jerusalem in German and Italian Speaking Areas’.


View of the Wolfgangsee from the Calvary Church in St Wolfgang, Austria, Claudia Jung