First English edition of the Nuremberg chronicle: being the Liber chronicarum of Dr. Hartmann Schedel…
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The city of Salzburg is represented by a large woodcut extending over FOLIO CLII verso and CLIII recto. The city is located on either side of the river Salzach (anciently the Ivarus, or Juvarus). A boat, resembling a gondola, with several people in it, appears on the river in the foreground. The river is crossed by a long bridge, more formidable than the boardwalks shown in prior illustrations to serve such a purpose. On the elevation to the left is a fortress, to which a road leads from the city below. On the right elevation is another formidable structure, surrounded by crenellated battlements continuous with the city walls. This may be a monastery. In the city below are a number of churches. In the left foreground are several contiguous flat areas enclosed by board fences, probably the village commons or small farms. A forest is indicated in the right foreground, while in the distance we see barren hills and rugged mountains.