Roswitha (c.938-later 973), by Albrecht Dürer, wood engraving, published 1880 - Illustration

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Upload date:March 21, 2015

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Roswitha (Hrotsvitha) of Gandersheim (c. 938 – later 973) presented to the Emperor Otto the Great (912 – 973) their 'Gesta Oddonis (The deeds of Otto)', in the background Gerberga, the abbess of the monastery Gandersheim (today Bad Gandersheim, Lower Saxony, Germany). The nun of the early Middle Ages is the first German poetess. She wrote spiritual writings and historical poems and was the first who wrote since ancient dramas. Woodcut engraving after an original (1501) by Albrecht Durer (German painter and engraver, 1471 – 1528), published in 1880.
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