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Title: Kriemhild’s Accusation (Kriemhild accuses Gunther and Hager of murdering her husband Siegfried)
Artist: Emil Lauffer
Description: Kriemhild is the wife of Sigurd/Siegfried and a major figure in Germanic heroic legend and literature. She is believed to have her origins in Ildico, last wife of Attila the Hun, and two queens of the Merovingian dynasty, Brunhilda of Austrasia and Fredegund.
In this painting, Kriemhild is depicted accusing Gunther and Hagen of having murdered her husband Siegfried, incited by the jealous Brunhild. Stricken by grief Kriemhild calls upon the heavens for judgement, leaving the dead body of her husband, where it fell so as to to reveal, in accordance with ancient custom, the murderers by a stream of blood, which would once more gush out in their presence.
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