Grumbach's Execution (antique engraving) - Illustration

Armed Forces, Senior Adult, 16th Century Style, 19th Century, Black And White

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Upload date:July 25, 2014


19th-century illustration of Grumbach's execution. Wilhelm von Grumbach (1503 -€“ 1567) was a German adventurer, chiefly known through his connection with the so-called -€œGrumbach Feud€, the last attempt of the Imperial Knights to prevail against the power of the territorial Princes of the Holy Roman Empire. Grumbach, after being tortured, was executed by dismemberment at Gotha on 18 April 1567.
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