Walhalla Memorial - List of Persons - Busts - Original Busts (before 1847)

Original Busts (before 1847)

  1. Amalie Elisabeth – Countess of Hesse-Kassel during the Thirty Years' War
  2. August II the Strong – Elector of Saxony and King of Poland
  3. Michael Andreas Barclay de Tolly – Russian Field Marshal from Baltic German family of Scottish descent
  4. Ludwig van Beethoven – German composer from the classical period
  5. Bernhard of Saxe-Weimar – general in the Thirty Years' War
  6. Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher – Prussian Generalfeldmarschall
  7. Herman Boerhaave – Dutch humanist and physician
  8. Gottfried August Bürger – poet
  9. Christoph, Duke of Württemberg – Duke of Württemberg
  10. Johann von Dalberg – Bishop of Worms
  11. Hans Karl von Diebitsch – Russian field marshal, born in Silesia
  12. Albrecht Dürer – printmaker and painter
  13. Anthony van Dyck – Flemish painter and etcher
  14. Eberhard I. of Württemberg – Duke of Württemberg
  15. Julius Echter von Mespelbrunn – Bishop of Würzburg
  16. Joseph Freiherr von Eichendorff – poet
  17. Erasmus of Rotterdam – Dutch humanist
  18. Ernst I – Duke of Saxe-Gotha and Saxe-Altenburg during the Thirty Years' War
  19. Jan van Eyck – Flemish painter
  20. Karl Wilhelm Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg – Prussian Generalfeldmarschall
  21. Frederick I, Elector Palatine – the Victorious, Elector of the Palatinate
  22. Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor - Barbarossa
  23. Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor – Stupor mundi
  24. Frederick II of Prussia – Frederick the Great
  25. Frederick William, Elector of Brandenburg – the Great Elector
  26. Georg von Frundsberg – Knight and leader of Landsknechts
  27. Jakob Fugger – the Rich, merchant in Augsburg
  28. Ernst Gideon Freiherr von Laudon – Austrian field marshal from Livonia
  29. Christoph Willibald Gluck – composer
  30. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe – poet and polymath
  31. Johann Joseph von Görres – writer
  32. Hugo Grotius – Dutch jurist
  33. Otto von Guericke – German scientist and inventor
  34. Johannes Gutenberg – inventor of movable type
  35. Albrecht von Haller – Swiss anatomist and physiologist
  36. Hans von Hallwyl – Swiss commander at the Battle of Morat
  37. Georg Friedrich Händel – German baroque composer
  38. Joseph Haydn – Austrian composer from the classical period
  39. Henry the Lion – Duke of Saxony and Bavaria
  40. Henry the Fowler – Duke of Saxony and King of the Germans
  41. Johann Jakob Wilhelm Heinse - German author
  42. Berthold von Henneberg – Elector and Archbishop of Mainz
  43. Johann Gottfried Herder – German poet, critic, and theologian
  44. Friedrich Wilhelm Herschel – German astronomer and composer
  45. Hans Holbein the Younger – German painter
  46. Ulrich von Hutten – German knight and Humanist
  47. Friedrich Ludwig Jahn – German patriot and father of gymnastics
  48. Immanuel Kant – German philosopher from the classical period
  49. Archduke Charles of Austria – Austrian military commander
  50. Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor
  51. Charles V, Duke of Lorraine
  52. Charles X Gustav of Sweden – King of Sweden
  53. Catherine II of Russia, Catherine the Great – Tsarina of Russia
  54. Johannes Kepler – German mathematician and astronomer
  55. Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock – German poet
  56. Conrad II, Holy Roman Emperor
  57. Nicolaus Copernicus – Catholic canon born in Toruń (Ger; Thorn) who overthrew the Ptolemaic system
  58. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz – German philosopher and mathematician
  59. Gotthold Ephraim Lessing – German poet from the age of enlightenment
  60. Justus von Liebig – German chemist
  61. Paris Graf von Lodron – Archbishop of Salzburg
  62. Ludwig Wilhelm von Baden - Türkenlouis, Imperial commander
  63. Ludwig I – King of Bavaria
  64. Maria Theresia – Archduchess of Austria and Queen of Hungary and Bohemia
  65. Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor
  66. Maximilian I – Prince-elector of Bavaria
  67. Hans Memling – Flemish painter
  68. Raphael Mengs – Bohemian painter
  69. Maurice of Orange – Dutch captain-general of the army of the Dutch Republic
  70. Maurice of Saxony – German commander and military strategist
  71. Justus Möser – German historian
  72. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – German composer from the classical period
  73. Johannes Müller (Regiomontanus) – German astronomer and mathematician
  74. Johannes von Müller – Swiss historian
  75. Burkhard Christoph Graf von Münnich – German field marshal in Russian service
  76. August Graf Neidhardt von Gneisenau – Prussian field marshal
  77. Nicholas of Flue – Swiss hermit, ascetic and mystic
  78. Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor
  79. Theophrast von Hohenheim Paracelsus – 17th century Swiss physician and alchemist
  80. Jean Paul – German humorist
  81. Max von Pettenkofer – German chemist and hygienist
  82. Wolter von Plettenberg – German Master of the Livonian Brothers of the Sword
  83. Johannes von Reuchlin – German philosopher and humanist
  84. Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen – German physicist
  85. Peter Paul Rubens – Flemish painter
  86. Rudolf I of Habsburg – German king
  87. Michiel Adriaenszoon de Ruyter – Dutch admiral
  88. Gerhard von Scharnhorst – Prussian general
  89. Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling – German philosopher
  90. Friedrich von Schiller - German poet and exponent of Sturm und Drang
  91. Johann Philipp von Schönborn – Archbishop and Prince-elector of Mainz
  92. Karl Philipp Fürst zu Schwarzenberg – Austrian field marshal.
  93. Franz von Sickingen – leader of the knighthood in Rhineland and Swabia.
  94. Frans Snyders - Flemish painter.
  95. Karl vom und zum Stein – Prussian politician.
  96. Erwin von Steinbach – German architect of the Straßburger Münster.
  97. Adalbert Stifter – Austrian author.
  98. Johannes Aventinus (Johann Georg Turmair) – Bavarian scholar and historian.
  99. Maximilian von und zu Trauttmansdorff – Austrian diplomat that negotiated the Peace of Westphalia.
  100. Maarten Harpertszoon Tromp – Dutch admiral.
  101. Aegidius Tschudi – Swiss composer
  102. Peter Vischer the elder – German Sculptor.
  103. Albrecht von Wallenstein – Bohemian general in the Thirty Years' War.
  104. Christoph Martin Wieland – German Poet.
  105. Wilhelm Graf zu Schaumburg-Lippe – Commander of his army in the Seven Years' War and for Portugal.
  106. William I of Orange – Dutch leader of the Eighty Years' War for the Dutch independence from Spain.
  107. William III of Orange – Dutch Stadtholder and king of England, Scotland, and Ireland.
  108. Johann Joachim Winckelmann – German archeologist and art writer.
  109. Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf – German religious and social reformer, bishop of the Moravian Church.

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