St. Petrus (Thuringenhausen)
The listed Evangelical Lutheran Church of St. Petrus is in Thuringia , a district of the town of Ebeleben in the Kyffhäuserkreis in Thuringia . The Thuringia part of the parish belongs to the parish of Großenehrich of the parish of Greußen-Großenehrich in the parish of Frankenhausen-Bad Sondershausen of the Evangelical Church in Central Germany .
The original church dates from the 14th century; the choir tower has been preserved from her . He only got his slate-covered floor for the belfry in the 18th century. The hood , which ends in an open lantern and is crowned with a tower ball , was only installed afterwards. The church bell was cast around 1500.
In 1877 the nave with three axes was built in the neo-Romanesque style from natural stone masonry . The facade has pilaster strips at the corners and an arched frieze made of red sandstone in the triangular gable and under the eaves .
The interior is covered with a barrel vault. It was not painted until 1906. In the retracted, groin-vaulted choir there are remains of a wall painting from the 15th century, which was added in the 19th century. The neo-Gothic altarpiece has carved sculptures from the beginning of the 15th century, which have been restored and z. T. had to be renewed. It is a portrait of Mary , flanked by seven saints and seven apostles . Above it hangs the painting Noli me tangere by Carl Gottfried Pfannschmidt from 1864. The organ with 12 registers , divided from 2 manuals and a pedal , was built in 1877 by Karl Hickmann.
- Dehio-Handbuch der Deutschen Kunstdenkmäler, Thuringia. Deutscher Kunstverlag, Munich / Berlin 2003, ISBN 3-422-03095-6 , p. 1228.