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Basel, Universitätsbibliothek, AN II 3, f. 2v – Rektoratsmatrikel der Universität Basel, Band 1 (1460-1567) (http://www.e-codices.unifr.ch/de/list/one/ubb/AN-II-0003)

Basel, Universitätsbibliothek, AN II 6: Matrikel der theologischen Fakultät der Universität Basel, 1462-1740 (http://www.e-codices.unifr.ch/de/list/one/ubb/AN-II-0006)

Basel, Universitätsbibliothek, AN II 6, f. 3r – Matrikel der theologischen Fakultät der Universität Basel, 1462-1740 (https://www.e-codices.ch/de/list/one/ubb/AN-II-0006)

Basel, Universitätsbibliothek, AN II 3, f. 36v – Rektoratsmatrikel der Universität Basel, Band 1 (1460-1567) (http://www.e-codices.unifr.ch/de/list/one/ubb/AN-II-0003)

Basel, Universitätsbibliothek, AN II 3, f. 74r – Rektoratsmatrikel der Universität Basel, Band 1 (1460-1567) (http://www.e-codices.unifr.ch/de/list/one/ubb/AN-II-0003)

Basel, Universitätsbibliothek, AN II 9, f. 183 – Matrikel der Artisten-Fakultät, 1461-1748 (http://www.e-codices.unifr.ch/de/list/one/ubb/AN-II-0009)

Basel, Universitätsbibliothek, AN II 3, f. 115v – Rektoratsmatrikel der Universität Basel, Band 1 (1460-1567) (http://www.e-codices.unifr.ch/de/list/one/ubb/AN-II-0003)

Basel, Universitätsbibliothek, AN II 3, f. 126v – Rektoratsmatrikel der Universität Basel, Band 1 (1460-1567) (http://www.e-codices.unifr.ch/de/list/one/ubb/AN-II-0003)

Basel, Universitätsbibliothek, AN II 3, f. 124v – Rektoratsmatrikel der Universität Basel, Band 1 (1460-1567) (http://www.e-codices.unifr.ch/de/list/one/ubb/AN-II-0003)

Basel, Universitätsbibliothek, AN II 3, f. 181v – Rektoratsmatrikel der Universität Basel, Band 1 (1460-1567) (http://www.e-codices.unifr.ch/de/list/one/ubb/AN-II-0003)

Basel, Universitätsbibliothek, AN II 3, f. 97r – Rektoratsmatrikel der Universität Basel, Band 1 (1460-1567) (http://www.e-codices.unifr.ch/de/list/one/ubb/AN-II-0003)

Current reference

The funding of the RAG through the Academies Programme of the Union of German Academies has been terminated as of 31 December 2019 after 13 years, as scheduled. The office in Giessen has been closed. The Berne office will take over all further work.

Repertorium Academicum Germanicum

The Graduate Scholars of the Holy Roman Empire, 1250 - 1550

The Repertorium Academicum Germanicum (RAG) is a long-term project in the field of digital humanities that records and evaluates the biographical, social and cultural data of university scholars of the Holy Roman Empire. The prosopographic database of the RAG contains information on the elites of the medieval student body: Masters or Licentiates of Arts and graduates of the three higher faculties (jurisprudence, theology and medicine).  Additionally nongraduates from the noblity who attended an university are also taken into account.
Not registered are nongraduate visitors of the arts faculties (scholares simplices) as well as graduates with lower degrees (baccalaurii artium).

The aim of the RAG is to develop the history of the cultural reach of a pre-modern intellectual leadership and impulse group and to gain a comprehensive insight into the medieval origins of the modern knowledge society with around 60,000 people with 360'000 observations on their life and career paths, within the framework of an analysis of contextualized prosopography.

The illustrations on the website are published here courtesy of the University Library of Basel and the Bavarian State Archives, Secret House Archive.

New Publication

Michael Matheus, Rainer C. Schwinges: Studying in Renaissance Rome.
The works in this volume of the RAG series are dedicated to the "Rome Studies" of persons from the Roman-German Empire, Poland and Italy during the Renaissance. The aim is not least to put the study location of Rome, which has long been underestimated in comparison to other Italian university towns, in the right light.

Download: Studieren im Rom der Renaissance(PDF, Open Access)

Szenarien


Herkunfts- und Kommunikationsräume: Gelehrte der Universitäten Köln (rot) und Wien (blau) 1365-1550.
Dieses Szenario interaktiv:https://database.rag-online.org/viewer.p/9/25/scenario/699/geo
Weitere Szenarien: https://rag-online.org/datenbank/szenarien


Gelehrte der Universität Basel 1460-1550. Herkunfts- und Kommunikationsräume (braun), Studienorte (blau), Tätigkeiten (rot). Dieses Szenario interaktiv: Dieses Szenario interaktiv: https://database.rag-online.org/viewer.p/9/25/scenario/694/geo


Gelehrte Stadtärzte (rot), Stadtschreiber (blau), Rektoren (Schule) (grün) 1250-1550.
Dieses Szenario interaktiv: https://database.rag-online.org/viewer.p/9/25/scenario/693/geo


Juristen unter sich. Netzwerke von Gilbert Cousin (1506-1572) und Jean Matal (1517-1597)
Dieses Szenario interaktiv: https://database.rag-online.org/viewer.p/9/25/scenario/427/soc