Urs Boeck

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Urs Wilhelm Boeck (born  December 8, 1933 in Berlin-Charlottenburg ) is a German architect , art historian and monument conservator .


Boeck is the son of the German art historian Wilhelm Boeck . He studied art history , Romance studies and classical philology in Tübingen (Dr. phil. 1956) and Pisa , as well as architecture in Darmstadt (Dipl-Ing.). Since 1980 he has been the main curator and head of department at the Lower Saxony State Office for Monument Preservation . He is a member of the Koldewey Society , the Lower Saxony Chamber of Architects , the Historical Commission for Lower Saxony and Bremen , the International Council on Monuments and Sites and, since 2011, an honorary member of the Lower Saxony Heimatbund .

Publications (selection)

  • Karl Alexander Heideloff , In: Communications of the Association for the History of the City of Nuremberg 48 (1958) (= Dissertation Tübingen 1956).
  • To the fragments of Lucretius. In: Hermes. Journal of Classical Philology 86 (1958)
  • A glass book of piety, description and reconstruction of the glass paintings by Peter Hemmel in the Tübingen collegiate church . In: Tübinger Blätter ( 1958)
  • The Rottweiler Crucifixus of Veit Stoss . In: The Münster 12 (1959)
  • Plastic in buildings , examples of European building plastic from ancient times to modern times. Ernst Wasmuth Verlag, Tübingen 1961, English A. Zwemmer Ltd., London 1961
  • The Baptistery of Pisa and the Jerusalem Anastasis , In: Bonner Jahrbücher 164, 1964
  • Tübingen , Jan Thorbecke Verlag, Konstanz-Stuttgart 1965
  • The Tübingen collegiate church , Katzmann Verlag, Tübingen 1966
  • New finds on the early construction history of the Verden / Aller cathedral . In: Low German Contributions to Art History 7 (1968)
  • Wunstorf Collegiate Church. Deutscher Kunstverlag, Munich Berlin 1970
  • The St. Viti Church in Zeven . Deutscher Kunstverlag, Munich Berlin 1973
  • The Bardowick Cathedral , Deutscher Kunstverlag, Munich Berlin 1974, ISBN 978-3-422-02256-0 .
  • The Pisan Cathedral between 1089 and 1120. Observations on construction technology and construction of the first construction phase . In: architectura 11 (1981)
  • The Church of St. Trinity in Wolfenbüttel, Duke Anton Ulrich's building in the architecture of his time . In: Low German Contributions to Art History 21 (1982)
  • Monument protection. In: Concise dictionary of local politics. Opladen 1984
  • The Viehweg-Haus and the architecture around 1800. In: The Viehweg-Haus in Braunschweig, workbooks for the preservation of monuments in Lower Saxony 5 (1985)
  • Regional history and art history. In: Lower Saxony Yearbook for State History 57 (1985)
  • Hanover's baroque opera house . In: The Opera House in Hanover, Architecture and Theater History (Ed. Sabine Hammer), Schlütersche, Hanover 1986, ISBN 978-3-87706-029-2
  • Cities: Braunschweig, Salzgitter, Wolfsburg / Counties: Helmstedt, Wolfenbüttel. A DKV picture manual. with Jutta Boeck, Deutscher Kunstverlag, 1988
  • The Pisan Cathedral and its global facade . In: Architecture of the Middle Ages in Europe, Stuttgart 1988
  • Verden Cathedral . Deutscher Kunstverlag, Munich Berlin 1989
  • Garden art in Lower Saxony from the Middle Ages to the end of the 18th century . In: Rainer Schomann (Ed.): Historical gardens in Lower Saxony , catalog for the state exhibition, opening on June 9, 2000 in the foyer of the Lower Saxony state parliament, on the occasion of the state exhibition "Historical gardens in Lower Saxony". Hannover, 2000, pp. 15-30.
  • The sculpture ground floor; Two courtly festival rooms: garden theater and gallery building; The mausoleum in: Herrenhausen. The Royal Gardens in Hanover , Marieanne von König (ed.), Wallstein Verlag, 2006, ISBN 978-3-8353-0053-8
  • The former Diocese of Verden in art history . In: Yearbook of the Society for Church History in Lower Saxony 109 (2011)
  • Building history controversial . The Loccum monastery church in the eyes of historians and building researchers. In: New research on the Cistercian monastery Loccum. Solivagus Verlag, Kiel 2016, ISBN 978-3-943025-30-9

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Individual evidence

  1. a b c Bernd Adam: Herrenhausen. Wallstein Verlag, 2006, ISBN 978-3-8353-0053-8 , p. 279 ( limited preview in Google book search).