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Name: Linda Stein
Country: U.S.A.
Time: Thursday, January 20th 2005, 11:41:40 PM

Wonderful site! I am thinking about writing my undergraduate thesis on the Dance of Death, text and visuals, English and French. I saw the Dance of Death fresco in the small medieval church in Slovenia this summer. I highly recommend a visit! Best wishes on your project. Linda Stein

Name: Ulla
Country: Danmark
Time: Thursday, January 13th 2005, 06:06:18 PM

Kære Martin Hagstrøm
Det er en fantsatisk hjemmeside du har lavet. både smuk og fyldt med information. Og så er den nem at surfe rund på. Det er også en god ting med oversigten over hele sitet.

Name: Michael OHara
Country: England
Time: Tuesday, January 4th 2005, 12:52:30 AM

Thank you for a most informative site. I have just returned from a New years Break in Scotland where I visited Rosslin Chapple built in the thirteen hundreds a fantastic place if you have never been I sugest you look it up. But I digress the reason for my search which found your web site was of all the fine thirteenth century carvings one was the Dance of Death reputedly one of the earliest in europe if not the first ever in stone. I new little about the subject and a lot of things fell into place after visiting your site

Thank You and Happy New Year
Mick OHara

Name: anders
Country: denamrk
Time: Thursday, November 25th 2004, 10:57:33 AM

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Name: theo jak
Country: sverige
Time: Thursday, November 11th 2004, 01:38:14 AM

beautiful site, just beautiful. thank you.

theo jak

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Name: MikeM
Country: USA
Time: Tuesday, October 19th 2004, 04:52:42 AM

WOW! Absolutely amazing! As a fellow fan I have to say it's the most complete resource on the subject I have seen online to date. Excellent cross-referencing! But why not even the slightest mention at all of the W. Hollar and later immitations of Holbein's work? Overall Fabulous!

Name: taylor
Country: usa
Time: Wednesday, September 8th 2004, 04:22:17 PM

Name: Stine og Charlotte
Country: Denmark
Time: Wednesday, September 1st 2004, 09:22:54 AM

Hey!
En rigtig fed hjemmeside, din side her er meget nemmere og overskuelig at forstå, end vores historiebog (vi går på gymnasiet) så tusind tak for det!

Hilsen Os

Name: Alice Wallace
Country: USA
Time: Wednesday, August 25th 2004, 08:01:59 PM

Dear Martin--
A kind fellow puppeteer directed me to your website. I translated a 14th-century Totentanz given me by my German teacher, and that inspired me to write my own for puppets. If you would like to see some of the pictures of the puppets, please go to www.hobgoblinhillpuppets.com and go to SHOWS. Click on the link for Dance of Death. Two of the characters will transform from live to dead if you glide the cursor over the picture. The play just won the UNIMA Citation for Excellence, an international puppetry award.
Freundliche Gruesse,
Alice

Name: Cavallin
Country: Celle Ligure Italy
Time: Monday, August 23rd 2004, 09:37:44 PM

Very Good

Name: Jørgen Wilhelmsen
Country: Danmark
Time: Wednesday, June 2nd 2004, 11:30:17 AM

Kære Martin Hagstrøm,
Jeg er webredaktør på EMU biologi i gym. Jeg har gang i en samling sider om pest til brug i undervisningssammenhænge, og har selvfølgelig et link til din spændende hjemmeside. Jeg har tilladt mig at bruge dit varemærke på min side, og vil selvfølgelig spørge om det er ok.
Du er velkommen om bord: siden har adressen:
http://www.emu.dk/gym/fag/bi/inspiration/netmaterialer/bakterien/yersinia.html
mvh
Jørgen W.
PS: Din side har været "nede" i en periode ?

Name: Merete
Country: Danmark
Time: Monday, April 26th 2004, 03:43:27 PM

Hejsa Martin!!!
Meget flot og overskuelig hjemmeside.
Jeg er ved at skrive historieopgave (jeg går på gymnasie), hvor jeg skriver om pesten i middelalderen. Jeg havde god brug for din hjemmeside... Well done...
Venlig hilsen Merete

Name: Stacey
Homepage: www.staceyssimplestuff.com
Country: USA-Virginia
Time: Friday, April 9th 2004, 09:37:28 AM

Hi Martin,
I am really intrigued with your site. The history of this art and how it was portrayed in different countries is so similar! I stop by every couple of days so I can read and learn some more. I also think that the portrait of "Death" looks so similar of how "Death" would be portrayed now. You have done a tremendous amount of work and should be commended for it. I like the art of Medieval times. I enjoyed living in countries that I could visit the castles. It is so amazing how strong they were made to last so long.

Handmade rag rugs and wood crafts

Name: JACOBE
Country: USA
Time: Wednesday, March 10th 2004, 02:51:32 AM

THANKS FOR THE INFO IS THERE AN AUTHORS NAME IN HERE?

There is a page with contact information /Martin

Name: Mike Völsing
Country: U.K.
Time: Friday, January 30th 2004, 08:51:31 AM

Greetings
Nice article about Luebeck. My great grandfather was a Buerger of Luebeck, he got his Buergerbreif in 1897 and I have it here in the UK. The Baltic cities are not well Known in the UK.

Regards

Mike

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