23.10.2017

14 November: Invitation to a Book Presentation

»In Stein gemeißelt - Salzburger Barockinschriften erzählen« - Christoph Brandhuber and Maximilian Fussl persue the traces of the past. The path leads through Alt- and Lodronstadt up to the gates to Hellbrunn and Maria Plain.

Sie erklären philologische Hintergründe und historische Zusammenhänge dieser steinernen Chronik der Stadt. Dabei wird schnell klar: Die lateinischen Barockinschriften wetteifern um unsere Aufmerksamkeit!

Mitten im bunten Treiben der Mozartstadt erzählen lateinische Barockinschriften aus Salzburgs bewegter Vergangenheit. Im Dom wird ein Erzbischof vom Exekutor ausgenommen, am Petersfriedhof schenkt ein Gastwirt Freibier aus, in Sankt Sebastian setzt ein Hexenkommissar jeden Stein in Bewegung, und auf der Heiligen Stiegeder Kajetanerkirche legt der kopflose Märtyrer Vereinus sein letztes Zeugnis ab.

Die geistreichen Professoren der Benediktineruniversität wussten auf unnachahmliche Weise festzuhalten, was von ränkevollen Räten, tollkühnen Haudegen, genialen Musikern und freigebigen Matronen in Stein gemeißelt die Zeiten überdauern sollte.

Dienstag, 14. November 2017, 18.30 Uhr
Große Universitätsaula Salzburg
Max-Reinhardt-Platz 2 im Festspielbezirk
5020 Salzburg

Aus organisatorischen Gründen bitten wir höflich um Anmeldung bis 09. November 2017: 0662/8044 - 77310 oder sekretariat.ubs(at)sbg.ac.at

Weitere Informationen zur Buchpräsentation finden Sie hier

Mag. Susanna Graggaber

Leitung Öffentlichkeitsarbeit (UBS)

Universitätsbibliothek Salzburg (UBS)

Hofstallgasse 2-4, 5020 Salzburg

Tel: +43 / (0) 662 / 8044 - 77170

E-mail to Mag. Susanna Graggaber

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