Hofportal mit Bacchusrelief / Courtyard Entry with Bacchus Carving

Hofportal mit Bacchusrelief / Courtyard Entry with Bacchus Carving (HM2M8A)

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N 49° 54.277', W 10° 11.585'

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Aufwändig gestaltete Hofpforten prägen das
Ortsbild.

Besonders sehenswert ist hier der Scheitelstein des
Torbogens Er zeigt ein Relief des römischen Weingottes Bacchus, dem Weintrauben aus Mund und
Schädel wachsen. Im Keller dieses Anwesens war
ehemals der Zehntkeller untergebracht.


Durch Jahrhunderte war das Dorf grundherrlich stark
aufgeteilt. Nacheinander vereinnahmten hier die verschiedenen Lehensherren den beträchtlichen Weinzehnt, wie das Haus Castell, nacheinander die Klöster
Maidbronn, Ebrach, Heidenfeld und das Kloster
St.Stephan in Würzburg. Auch weltliche Herren, wie
die Gesattel, die Grafen von Ingelheim und ab Mitte
des 18. Jahrhunderts die Familie Schönborn.

Ein unterirdisches Gangsystem verbindet die Keller
des Unterdorfes und des Klosterhofes am Dorfplatz
miteinander. Es wird erzählt, dass diese unterirdi-
schen Gänge unter dem Main hindurch zum Schloss
Klingenberg führten, das für die Stammheimer lange
Verwaltungssitz war und als Schutzburg vor feind-
ichen Heeren diente, da Stammheim nie eigene
Befestigungsanlagen hatte.
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(English translation:)
Elaborately designed courtyard entryways characterize the townscape.

Especially worth seeing here is the crest of the archway, displaying a relief of the Roman wine god, Bacchus, with grapes growing from his mouth and



the top of his head. In the basement of this property was the titheing cellar.

For centuries, the village was under tight manorial control of various feudal lords, with the House of Castell, and then afterwards various monasteries such as those in Maidbronn, Ebrach, Heidenfeld and the monastery St. Stephan in Würzburg collecting considerable tithes. Later, non-ecclesiastic tithes were collected by the Counts of Ingelheim, and then from the middle of
18th century, the Schönborn Family.

An underground passage system connects together the cellars
of the lower village and the Klosterhof on the village square. It is said that these underground passages led under the Main River to Castle
Klingenberg, as Stammheim was an administrative seat for a long time but never had its own fortifications.
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HM NumberHM2M8A
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Date Added Friday, October 25th, 2019 at 11:01pm PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)29U E 414327 N 5528708
Decimal Degrees49.90461667, -10.19308333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 49° 54.277', W 10° 11.585'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds49° 54' 16.62" N, 10° 11' 35.1" W
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