King Leopold IV of Wittenberg is pleased to invite you to take a quick look around his refurbished palace library.
It was fortunate that the 'patio doors' were added as this enabled some of the larger bookcases and furniture to be brought into the room; a major problem was the storage and reading area for the Kings large folio books - this resulted in a rather large item - apparently it takes two servants to place a book the 'lectern'. As you can see the King is chatting to Count Hermann (probably about some affair of state, or more likely hats), On the left Brother James is in discussion with the librarian about finding more material for his works on the history of Wittenberg.
The Field Marshal is perusing the large folio of architectural drawings by Palladio ...
A closer view of the KIng's desk, and astronomical equipment - a telescope, quadrant and celstial globe.