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us: Dientzenhofer, Johann

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    • Birth Place

        Flintsbach, Germany
    • Death Place

        Bamberg, Germany
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    • Field of Activity

        (lcsh) Architecture
          (lcsh) Building
        • Occupation

            (lcsh) Architects and builders
        • Sources

          • found: Zang, T. Johann Dientzenhofer in Banz, 1987: t.p. (Johann Dientzenhofer) p. 12, etc. (architect)
          • found: Der Dom zu Fulda, 2008: p. 38 (der Stiftsbaumeister Johann Dientzenhofer; b. May 25, 1663 in Gugghof bei Flintsbach am Inn) p. 44 (d. July 20, 1726 in Bamberg)
          • found: 300 Jahre Dom zu Fulda und sein Architekt Johann Dientzenhofer (1663-1726), 2012: title page (Johann Dientzenhofer; dates: 1663-1726) page 127 (born on a farm (Gugghof) above the church of St. Margarethen in the parish of Flintsbach, Landkreis Rosenheim)
          • found: Deutsche Biographie online, Dec. 6, 2012 (Dientzenhofer, Johann; born May 25, 1663, Sankt Margarethen; died Jul. 20, 1726 in Bamberg)
          • found: German Wikipedia, Dec. 6, 2012: "Johann Dientzenhofer" (Johann Dientzenhofer; born May 25, 1663 in St. Margarethen, Landkreis Rosenheim; died Jul. 20, 1726 in Bamberg; builder and architect of the Baroque period; father: mountain farmer Georg Dientzenhofer; mother: Barbara, born Thanner; though the family was poor, yet became a successful builder, who together with his brothers Georg, Christoph, Leonhard, Wolfgang, and nephew Kilian Ignaz formed the well-known artisan family of Dientzenhofer)
          • found: Wikipedia, Dec. 6, 2012: "Johann Dientzenhofer" (Johann Dientzenhofer; dates: May 25, 1663- July 20, 1726); builder and architect, born in St. Margarethen near Rosenheim, Bavaria, a member of the famous Dientzenhofer family of German architects, who were among the leading builders in the Bohemian and German Baroque)
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