Johann Vogel (poet)

Johann Vogel (1589–1663) was a German poet and Lutheran minister. Born in Nuremberg, he published an emblem book entitled Meditationes emblematicae de restaurata pace Germaniae, or Emblematic Meditations on the Restored Peace of Germany (1649), designed to convince a wide audience to accept the terms of the Peace of Westphalia.[1][2]

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  1. ^ Sullivan, Joseph M. (2 Dec 2001). "The Emblem Book As Political Propaganda: Johann Vogel's Meditationes Emblematicae De Restaurata Pace Germaniae of 1649". Explorations in Renaissance Culture. 27 (1): 61–88.
  2. ^ Gerhild Scholz Williams, ed. (2019). Rethinking Europe: War and Peace in the Early Modern German Lands. Brill. p. 309.