Sigmund von Birken's well-documented correspondence with the Nuremberg scholars Dilherr and Wülfer as well as with Lilien, a theologian from Bayreuth, are major sources for the biographies and literary histories of all four authors and for understanding the social and literary networks of the era. Von Birken's correspondence with Lilien also serves as a complementary source to his correspondence with Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg (Vol. 12).
Almut Laufhütte und Hartmut Laufhütte, Universität Passau, Deutschland.
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