«aus Dem Ewigjungen Der Greis»: Emperor Frederick’s saga in german culture

The paper focuses on some aspects of Frederick II of Hohenstaufen’s myth, dealing with the German popular saga of the survival and return of the Emperor. This myth was constantly recovered in the most critical periods of German history. This paper consists of two parts: in the first, the late Middle Ages origins of the saga are reconstructed; in the second, some characters of its fortune in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries are shown
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