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Index of Names and Places

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This index presents a list of proper nouns, terms and concepts relevant to the discussion on Paul Lautensack's life and works. Lautensack may have first encountered the new ideas of the Reformation through his friend Johannes Schwanhauser (or Schwanhausen/Schwanhäuser), Custos of St Gangolf in Bamberg, who tried in vain to introduce the new faith in his city and was banished in 1524. Lautensack probably began to study the Bible under Schwanhauser's influence, but the Lutheran preacher was certainly not responsible for his later unorthodox ideas.

Keywords: Bamberg; Bible; Johannes Schwanhauser; Paul Lautensack; reformation



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