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Wolfram von Eschenbach c. As a Minnesinger , he also wrote lyric poetry. Little is known of Wolfram's life. There are no historical documents which mention him, and his works are the sole source of evidence. This and a number of geographical references have resulted in the present-day Wolframs-Eschenbach , until Obereschenbach, near Ansbach in present-day Bavaria , being officially designated as his birthplace.
However, the evidence is circumstantial and not without problems - there are at least four other places named Eschenbach in Bavaria, and Wolframs-Eschenbach was not part of the Duchy of Bavaria Altbayern in Wolfram's time. The arms shown in the Manesse manuscript come from the imagination of a 14th-century artist, drawing on the figure of the Red Knight in Parzival , and have no heraldic connection with Wolfram.
Wolfram's work indicates a number of possible patrons most reliably Hermann I of Thuringia , which suggests that he served at a number of courts during his life. In his Parzival , Wolfram states that he is illiterate; while the claim is treated with scepticism by some scholars, the truth of the assertion, difficult for some moderns to believe,  is impossible to ascertain.
But it has been credited by many commentators. His poems were written down from dictation. His knowledge was extensive and varied rather than accurate. He certainly knew French, but only imperfectly; for his proper names often show a curious misunderstanding of French words and phrases. Wolfram is best known today for his Parzival , sometimes regarded as the greatest of all German epics from that time. Wolfram is the author of two other narrative works: These were both composed after Parzival , and Titurel mentions the death of Hermann I, which dates it firmly after Titurel consists of two fragments, which tell the story of Schionatulander and Sigune lovers that were already depicted in Parzival.
The first fragment deals with the birth of love between the main characters. The second fragment is quite different. Schionatulander and Sigune are alone in a forest, when their peace is suddenly disturbed by a mysterious dog, whose leash contains a story written in rubies. Siguna is eager to read the story, but the dog runs off. Schionatulander sets off to find him, but, as we already know from Parzival , he dies in the attempt.