Martin Hagstrøm's Guest­book


Name: PJKC
Country: nederland
Time: Sunday, January 4th 2015, 09:48:23 AM

Afther visiting Talinn and seeing the impressive painting I searched for information and found your site. Fantastic! It turned out that the original text, written in modern characters is almost direct to read for dutch people! The hanze-towns must have cost this universal language just like english is nowadays. I send your site to my grownup children, why liked your moving skelt hands a lot!

Name: Juan Ojeda
Country: Ecuador
Time: Wednesday, October 22nd 2014, 08:16:22 PM

Muchas gracias por haber dedicado tanto empeño a realizar esta obra sobre la danza de la muerte.

Te felicito por la iniciativa.

Name: Ben
Country: Italy
Time: Saturday, October 18th 2014, 07:28:04 PM

Very nice site, really erudite and helpful.

Name: Hao He
Country: China
Time: Sunday, October 12th 2014, 11:42:47 AM

there are so many things for me to learn in this website. They are not only information about danse of death,but also the way to study art history.Your work inspired me to collect material harder and organize them more systematically.Thank you very much and give my wish!

Name: Cosmin
Country: Romania
Time: Friday, August 15th 2014, 09:17:49 PM

Very very nice ! Thank you!

Name: Taylor
Country: United States of America
Time: Tuesday, April 22nd 2014, 04:04:58 AM

Name: Eduardo Bernardi
Country: Christchurch - New Zealand
Time: Thursday, January 23rd 2014, 08:17:18 AM

Hello Martin
Always great to be back here. Endless source of information. You have done a mind-blowing job of a lifetime. I have to blame you for hours of my working time spent here on lovely explorations.
Is the referred book by Prof Hartmut Freytag available on online outfits such as Amazon?
Cheers

Name: Randy Moulton
Country: United States of America
Time: Friday, July 5th 2013, 06:02:36 AM

Your site is fantastic! I am buyer & seller of rare books in the USA. I currently have a stunning copy of John Bewick's Emblems of Mortality from 1789 for sale. The book came from the collection of John Kendall of Colchester. A Quaker, bookseller, printer, and author who passed away in 1816. He was best known for his extensive collection of rare books. Anyone can feel free to contact me at randyandtwins@aol.com if they are interested. The book can also be viewed on eBay. Just search "seller:dannojovee".

Name: Antonio
Country: Spain
Time: Thursday, March 28th 2013, 03:40:47 PM

Gracias, tank you, for this excellent job.

Name: t r o l l c r u s h e r
Country: U.S.A.
Time: Thursday, July 5th 2012, 02:18:25 PM

Thanks for putting together this compendium of images that pertain to the Danse Macabre.

Very well done.

Best wishes,

t r o l l c r u s h e r

;-)

Name: Knud
Country: da
Time: Friday, May 18th 2012, 10:53:09 AM

Superfedt site. Skriver netop opgave på KU om dødedanstekster. Og her finder man satan æde mig det hele. Flot arbejde.

Knud

Name: Kristian Nordestgaard
Country: Danmark
Time: Monday, May 7th 2012, 05:56:17 PM

Hej Martin,
Jeg har prøvet at sende dig en mail ang. din flotte side men den kom retur af en eller anden grund. Vil du kontakte mig på den mailadresse, der står her?

Med venlig hilsen,
Kristian Nordestgaard

Name: Leshy
Country: Great Britain
Time: Saturday, April 28th 2012, 02:18:34 AM

What a remarkable site ! Very sobering, indeed.

For some reason I can't quite fathom, I really do like this sort of thing, which reminds me of the old Latin dictum, ' Memento Mori '

I'm reminded of the jester-fool, who danced at the Roman general's ear, recalling to mind, lest one forget, ' ,,, that he, too, was only mortal - just like all the rest '

All the best,

L

Name: Elstir
Time: Thursday, March 22nd 2012, 07:25:26 PM

thank you for your WONDERFUL site!!

greatings from Lyon, France :)

Name: Mats Larsson
Country: Sverige
Time: Friday, March 2nd 2012, 10:30:02 PM

Den här sidan är fantastiskt! Vilket arbete! Verkligen inspirerande. Vänliga hälsningar från en skåning i Stockholm

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