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Publication Date: 2001
Publisher: Brynmorgen Press, Incorporated
Brepohl, Erhard, McCreight, Tim, Lewton-Brain, Charles
After early training in his father's workshop, Erhard Brepohl studied at the College of Applied Arts in Leipzig where in 1953 he received his Masters level status. He went on to take additional degrees in mechanical engineering and industrial design and taught for many years at the College of Applied Arts in Heiligendamm. Combining his love of history with his knowledge of gold-smithing, Dr. Brepohl translated the famous 12th century manuscript of Theophilus Presbyter, a task that required him to first learn Latin. The results of his scholarship were published as a book in 1987; this served as his dissertation and earned him the title of Doctor of PhilosophyBrepohl, Erhard is the author of 'Theory and Practice of Goldsmithing', published 2001 under ISBN 9780961598495 and ISBN 0961598492.
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