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Monroe (played by Silas Weir Mitchell) is a creature of the Grimm world (a wieder blutbad) who aids Nick with his cases. He becomes a good friend of Nick's, even though he has some issues with Grimms since a Grimm killed his grandfather. Monroe had not known that there were any Grimms left until he meets Nick. In the first season, Monroe is attacked by the reapers because he helps Nick with his cases. After the attack, Nick tells Monroe that he will not ask for any more assistance. Monroe, despite his occasional dissatisfaction with the demands Nick places on him, decides to continue helping Nick, saying that he enjoys disrupting the "status quo." Monroe is knowledgeable about the supernatural creatures that Nick goes up against. Whenever the second-hand knowledge that Nick acquires from his ancestors' books is inadequate, Monroe serves as Nick's direct source of insight and information. He also helps make contact with creatures that would avoid Nick due to his status as a Grimm, and assists Nick when cases require him to rely on someone who knows about the threats he faces.

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In season 4, an old medieval Wesen group, whose goal is to keep Wesen pure (no hybridization or inter-Wesen marriages), capture Monroe and attempt sto kill him for his "crimes." He is later freed with the help of Nick and Rosalee, among others. In season 5, Monroe is drawn into the war between Hadrian's Wall and Black Claw. He is concerned for Rosalee when her ex-boyfriend, Tony, begins reaching out to her. The battle becomes personal for him when his uncle, who had recently acquired a large number of Grimm books for Nick, is murdered by Black Claw. Upon learning the location of the Templar's treasure, Monroe and Nick travel to Germany to find it, but Monroe is bitten and his wound becomes infected by the time they get back. The treasure is a piece of wood that somehow heals Monroe's wound. In the last two episodes of season 5, Monroe comes face-to-face with Tony when it is discovered that Tony is a member of Black Claw. Upon escaping Black Claw's clutches, Rosalee reveals she is pregnant with his child, which delights him.

Theresa Rubel (played by Jacqueline Toboni) often known as Trubel (pronounced "trouble"), is a vagrant runaway and a Grimm, although she has no prior knowledge of what "Grimm" means. She has had to defend herself from wesen who recognizes her as a Grimm, but when she describes her experiences, she is called mad or lying. As a result, she spends time in several mental institutions. Monroe identifies her as a Grimm during their initial (and almost deadly) encounter. At the end of season 3, she is staying at Nick's home and learning about the world of Grimms and Wesen.

Josh Porter (played by Lucas Near-Verbrugghe) is the non-Grimm son of Roland "Rolek" Porter. Rolek Porter, who was a Grimm, died in episode 65 (season 3, episode 21). After his father's death, Josh is tasked with giving Nick the Grimm tools and books owned by Roland, including one of the seven map keys. In episode 71 (season 4, episode 5), Josh gives Nick a call to tell him that "this Grimm stuff" is ruining his life. He says that his home in Philadelphia has been ransacked by members of the Verrat in search of the key. In episode 73 (season 4, episode 7), he is seen leaving with Trubel heading to Philadelphia.

Conrad Bonaparte (played by Shaun Toub) is a powerful Zauberbiest and a co-founder of Black Claw who first appeared in the episode "The Taming of the Wu". He has significant involvement in Black Claw's manipulative plans. Bonaparte meets with Renard and is disappointed with the situation regarding Adalind and Diana. He also threatens to kill Adalind if she chooses to stay with Nick. Later, he meets Adalind and Kelly at her office, where he gives her an ultimatum. The ultimatum leads her to take Kelly to leave Nick. After having the talk with Adalind at the Black Claw's Hideout, Bonaparte reveals that he is a full Zauberbiest and uses his abilities to make Adalind believe that she is turning into stone. He also gives her an engagement ring but warns her what will happen to her children when she takes it off. After Bonaparte and Renard kill Meisner, Nick is enraged and gets arrested for assault on Renard. Bonaparte interrogates Nick with his powers of illusion to find the location of the Grimm ancestry book, which is in Nick's possession. However, he leaves after the fighting begins between the Black Claw members and Nick's friends. Later, after returning to the mansion, he uses his powers on Adalind to make her give up Nick's location. After a standoff between him, Renard and Nick, when Bonaparte uses his powers in an attempt to choke Nick to death, he is stabbed in the back by Renard, who is being controlled by Diana.

The writer evidently entered upon his task of criticism with afeeling of disbelief in the authenticity of the book; but in his lastletter he admits that, after a minute examination, he is unable topronounce a positive conviction either for or against it.

The style is extremely simple, concise, and unembarrassed,resembling that of ordinary conversation, and free in the choice of thewords. The spelling is also simple and easy, so that the reading of itdoes not involve the least difficulty, and yet with all its regularity,so unrestricted, that each of the separate writers who have worked atthe book has his own peculiarities, arising from the changes inpronunciation in a long course of years, which naturally must havehappened, as the last part of the work is written five centuries afterthe first. [ix]

The book as it lies before us consists of two parts, differingwidely from each other, and of dates very far apart. The writer of thefirst part calls herself Adela, wife of Apol, chief man of the Lindacountry. This is continued by her son Adelbrost, and her daughterApollonia. The first book, running from page 1 to 88, is written byAdela. The following part, from 88 to 94, is begun by Adelbrost andcontinued by Apollonia. The second book, running from page 94 to 114,is written by Apollonia. Much later, perhaps two hundred and fiftyyears, a third book is written, from page 114 to 134, by Frethorik;then follows from page 134 to 143, written by his widow, Wiljow; afterthat from page 144 to 169 by their son, Konereed; and then from page169 to 192 by their grandson, Beeden. Pages 193 and 194, with which thelast part must have begun, are wanting, therefore the writer isunknown. He may probably have been a son of Beeden.

It is true that language alters with time, and is continuallysubject to slight variations, owing to which language is found to bedifferent at different epochs. This change in the language in thismanuscript accordingly gives ground for important observations tophilologists. It is not only that of the eight writers who havesuccessively worked at the book, each is recognisable by slightpeculiarities in style, language, and spelling; but more particularlybetween the two parts of the book, between which an interval of morethan two centuries occurs, a striking difference of the language isvisible, which shows what a slowly progressive regulation it hasundergone in that period of time. As the result of theseconsiderations, I arrive at the conclusion that I cannot find anyreason to doubt the authenticity of these writings. They cannot beforgeries. In the first place, the copy of 1256 cannot be. Who could atthat time have forged anything of that kind? Certainly no one. Stillless any one at an earlier date. At a later date a forgery is equallyimpossible, for the simple reason that no one was acquainted with thelanguage. Except Grimm, Richthofen, and Hettema, no one can be namedsufficiently versed in that branch of philology, or who had studied thelanguage so as to be able to write in it. And if any one could havedone so, there would have been no more extensive vocabulary at hisservice than that which the East Frisian laws afford. Therefore, in thecenturies lately elapsed, the preparation [xxiv]of thiswriting was quite impossible. Whoever doubts this let him begin byshowing where, when, by whom, and with what object such a forgery couldbe committed, and let him show in modern times the fellow of thispaper, this writing, and this language.

3. You have seen how speedily I have come to your assistance. Dolikewise to your neighbour, but wait not for his entreaties. Thesuffering would curse you, my maidens would erase your name from thebook, and I would regard you as a stranger.

his wife, he said, who had been maagd of Texland, had received acopy of it. In Texland many writings are still found which are notcopied in the book of the Adelingen. One of these writings had beenplaced by Gosa with her last will, which was to be opened by the oldestmaiden, Albetha, as soon as Friso was dead.

Wenn nun auf eine Darstellung Urs Grafs hingewiesen wird, so ist diese schon insofern erwähnenswert, als sie den künstlerischen Wettstreit am Beginn der Frühen Neuzeit deutlich spürbar werden lässt und eine der frühesten Parodien überhaupt darstellt verkörpert. Grafs kleine, nur 140 x 72 mm messende Radierung Dirne, die sich ein Bein entblößt [Abb. 4] ist in das Jahr 1513 datiert und man wird sagen dürfen, dass das Monogramm des Künstlers größer ausgefallen ist, als es notwendig gewesen wäre. Folgt man der Jahreszahl, würde es sich um die älteste datierte Radierung der Kunstgeschichte handeln. Allerdings ist vermutet worden, dass Graf sein Werk absichtlich um zehn Jahre vordatierte, um Konkurrenten wie Daniel Hopfer und Albrecht Dürer ihre Führungsrolle streitig zu machen.Eine Auflistung der entsprechenden Untersuchungen findet sich in: Müller (2001) Urs Graf, S. 291f.


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