Schreiber sheet, medieval Ronneburg, cardboard model making
Cut-out-sheet RonneburgIn the collection of the castles of the security of the "Imperial Wetterau" arranged by the Staufisch kings at the beginning of the 13th century the Ronneburg has a economically and structural position. In the year 1231 an "Altar in castro Roneburg" is mentioned. Therefore the castle was built before 1231, so even in the lifetime of Gerlach II. of Büdingen, the imperial local governor in the Wetterau. The Ronneburg was built on the steep basalt hill of the southern Vogelsberg and served for the protection of the trade routes of the area of the Main river and Wetterau.
Additionally the castle has a well 96 m deep with an old treadmill for bringing up water.
- scale 1:250
- castle's size L 55cm, W 42 cm, H 23 cm
- cut-out-sheet 9,5 pages
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