53 Chapel of the Holý Cross originated before 1472
and in 1475 it is called a new chapel. The opposite chapel
beats the date 1477. Both these chapels were attributed
by V. Mencl to master Stephan.
54 O. Schürer — E. Wiese, Deutsche Kunst in der
Zips, Brno 1938, p. 154.
55 V. Mencl, Die Kaschauer Kathedrale, 1. c., 142.
56 Freisinger Chapel in Klosterneuburg, parish church
57 K. H. Clasen’s term, Deutsche Gewölbe, 1. c., 80,
58 W. Buchowiecki, 1. c., 268, Fig. 53. The building
of the nave was finished in 1414).
59 K. H. Clasen, 1. c„ 79.
60 L. c„ 105.
61 To enable the reader to hâve a good survey of the
situation in the Košice Cathédral we shall mark the pattern
of the first east bay of the nave with No. 1, of the next
bay withNo. 2, of the Crossing with No. 3, of the west bay of
the nave with No. 4, of the north bay of the transept with
No. 5, and of the south bay of the transept with No. 6.
62 L. c., 107, gives the list of examples.
63 This plan was preserved in two copies and is the
property of the Vienna Academy. Ilustr. B; Grimschitz,
1. c., Fig. 42.
64 Illustr. W. Buchowiecki, 1. c., 280, Fig. 63.
65 I hâve attempted to prove Puchspaum’s authorship
of this vault in my study Problém klenby bratislavského
dómu (The vault problém in the Bratislava Minster) in
Zo starších výtvarných dějin Slovenska (From more
ancient history of Slovakian art), Bratislava 1965,
pp. 67 sq. In a report of 1452 this date coincides with the
accomplished building of the nave, whose vault (Fig. 12)
represents the same idea as that which is to be found in
plan No. 16925 (Fig. 13) (in the Academy), attributed
by Grimschitz to Pilgramm. I believe that the original
of this plan was drawn by Puchspaum.
66 O. Kletzl, Pian — Fragments aus der deutschen
Dombauhütte von Prag, Stuttgart 1939, p. 79, Fig. 9.
67 This Stuttgart plan is of great significance for the
investigation of the Košice patterns. Fürther we find
here type Knickrippenstern I as it was used for the first
time in the nave of Maria am Gestade, and also other
links of this fragment with vault experiments of the
Vienna workshop in the first half of the 15th Century.
We may mention here the derivatives of the reticulated
vault, which in similar application can be found in the
plans for Steyer, and also in the aisles of the Bratislava
Minstei1 an affiliated element can be detected. Thus in
the Stuttgart plan there are finished patterns to be
found, which are later employed in practical work by St.
Stephen’s workshop under the management of the
masters of Prachatice and of Hans Puchspaum.
68 Altmünster (Upper Austria) — porch, 3rd quarter
of the 15th cent., W. Buchowiecki, 1. c., 320, Fig.
107; Gaishorn in Styria, Maria Feicht, etc.
69 Apart from Salzburg this pattern is employed in
the two-nave churches in Petzenkirchen (1. c., 288, Fig.
75) and in Tiften from the close of the 15th Century.
Parish Church in Pischelsdorf (R. Guby, Die Kunst-
denkmaller des Oberösterreichischen Innviertels, Wien
1921, p. 14, Fig. 136) makes use of a somewhat different
type of the eight-point star.
70 E. Haufstaengel, Hans Stettheimer, Leipzig 1911.
71 In the years 1410, 1415, 1419; J. Karácsonyi,
Szt. Ferencz rendjének tôrténete Magyarországon I, Budapest
1924, pp. 182—184.