Project Manager: Kathrin Pokorny-Nagel, Head of Library and Works on Paper Collection/Archive; Research and Documentation:
Enno Bünz, Universität Leipzig
With the chronicle by Hans Herzheimer, covering the years 1514 to 1519, the MAKs collection of manuscripts is home to
a post-incunabulum of unique value. Alongside the everyday life of his era, Salt Baron Herzheimer also describes
his encounters with Emperor Maximilian I and Martin Luther. The entire over-300-page manuscript has now been digitized, and
have already been transcribed and annotated by the Leipzig-based researcher Professor Enno Bünz. The publication of the text
Project Manager: Kathrin Pokorny-Nagel, Head of Library and Works on Paper Collection/Archive Research and Documentation: Enno Bünz, Universität Leipzig
Library and Works on Paper Collection
Head: Kathrin Pokorny-Nagel
The MAK Library and Works on Paper Collection is one of the largest and oldest museum libraries with a focus on applied art.
Alongside classic library functions, the collection is also devoted to artistic aspects of the pictorial in all possible variants
as well as to the initiation of a reappraisal of art production manifested in paper form.