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German

RHEINHOLD ALBERT: Chronicle of the municipality of Sulzdorf an der Lederhecke. (2 volumes, total 860 pages) ed. from the municipality of Sulzdorf ad L., publishing house Frankenschwelle (Hildburghausen) Pages. 515-534. 1994. This is the most thorough source on Brennhausen.

MARINA VON BIBRA, Henry VIII – Prince-Bishop of Fulda. In: Gerhard Pfeiffer (ed.), Fränkische Lebensbilder, Vol. 4, Würzburg 1971, 213-229;

WILHELM FRHR. VON BIBRA, History of the Baron family of Bibra, 1870;

WILHELM FRHR. VON BIBRA, Contributions to the Family History of the Barons of Bibra, Serious Volume (vol. 1), 1880;

WILHELM FRHR. VON BIBRA, Contributions to the Family History of the Barons of Bibra, Second Volume (vol. 2), 1882;

WILHELM FRHR. VON BIBRA, Contributions to the Family History of the Barons of Bibra, Third Volume (vol. 3), 1888;

A. GNAU, The Ecclesiastical Work of Henry VIII of Bibra, Prince-Bishop of Fulda (1759-1788), in: Announcements from the Historical Association of the Diocese of Fulda 6 (1902) 12-19;

JOHANN EBERHARD VON KAISER, history of the government of the current Prince-Bishop Henry VIII of Fulda in Fulda, primarily with regard to the internal institutions and improvements, in: Patriotic Archives for Germany 2 (1785) 1-102;

HANS KARLINGER, The Art Monuments of Bavaria, III, 13th District Office Königshofen. – Munich, 1915 (Reprint Munich, 1983, ISBN 3-486-50467-3)

WERNER KATHREIN, Bibra, Heinrich, in: Erwin Gatz (ed.), The Bishops of the Holy Roman Empire 1648-1803, Berlin 1990, 29f .;

JOSEF LEINWEBER, The Fulda Abbots and Bishops, Frankfurt aM 1989, 159 163;

MICHAEL MÜLLER, Prince-Bishop Heinrich von Bibra and the Catholic Enlightenment in the Fulda Hochstift (1759-88). Change and continuity of church life, Fulda 2005;

FRANZ SAYN-WITTGENSTEIN, locksmith in Franconia: Residences and country houses in Franconian, 1974 ISBN-10: 3406035752 ISBN-13: 9783406035753;

MARTIN STINGL, REICHFREICHHEIT AND PRINCIPAL SERVICE THE RELATIONSHIPS OF THE BIBRA 1500 TO 1806, Verlag Degener & Co, 1994, 341 pages, ISBN 3-7686-9131-4;

WERNER WAGENHÖFER, The Bibra: Studies and materials on the genealogy and history of ownership of a Franconian lower noble family in the late Middle Ages, Verlag Degener & Co, 1998, 699 pages, ISBN 3-7686-9147-0;

ALFRED WENDEHORST, The Diocese of Würzburg: Part 3. The Bishop’s Series from 1455-1617, 1978, ISBN 3-11-007475-3;

PETER ADOLPH WINKOPP, contributions to the life story of Heinrich the eighth Prince Bishop of Fulda, who confused the temporal with the eternal on September 25, 1788, in: The New German
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KLAUS WITTSTADT, the library founder Prince Bishop Henry VIII of Bibra (1759-1788), in: Artur Brall (ed.), By the monastery library to the state library. Contributions to the bicentennial existence of the Hessian State Library Fulda (Stuttgart 1978) 269-293;

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English

JULIEN CHAPUIS, Tilman Riemenschneider: Master Sculptor of the Late Middle Ages, National Gallery London Publications, October 11, 1999, ISBN-10: 0300081626 ISBN-13: 978-0300081626

LOIS NYMAN AND GRAEME VON BIBRA, THE VON BIBRA STORY, Foot & Playsted Pty. Ltd., Launceston, Australia, 1996, ISBN 0-9597188-1-8;

ERNST VON BIBRA Plant Intoxicants: A Classic Text on the Use of Mind Altering Plants 1995 Translation of Die Narcotic stimulants and humans Translated by Hedwig Schleiffer, Forward by Martin Haseneier and extensive technical notes by Jonathan Ot, an ethnobiologist- ISBN 0-89281 498-5;

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