First English edition of the Nuremberg chronicle: being the Liber chronicarum of Dr. Hartmann Schedel…
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The city of Passau, inscribed “Patavia” instead of Batava, its old Roman name, is here depicted by a double page panorama. The woodcut is specially designed for Passau, and some of the important features of the city are readily identified. This is true of the Oberburg, or upper castle, and the Niederburg, or the lower castle, which appear on the right—one of the hill, the other at the water’s edge immediately below. The cathedral of St. Stephens appears in the heart of the city. The river in the foreground is probably the Inn, which is joined by the Danube from the left and the Ilz on the right. The city appears to be well fortified with walls and towers. We also note a wooden bridge on the right.