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Nassau-Dillenburg (county), 493

Nauniburg (chronicle), 32

Nauniburg (town), 32, 115, 156

Ncbra, 366

Neckar, the, 355, 456

Neiden, 31

Nellingen, 42

Netherlands, 192 f., 357, 436. See

Holland
Neubrandenburg, 156
Ncumark, 507
Neumarkt, 484 {n. 5)
Neustadt (in Brunswick), 452
Neustadt a. K., 140
Neustift, 251 (??.. 1)
Ninevites, 320 (n. 2)
Nordhausen, 87, 504
Nordheim, 498
Nordlingen (town), 478-483
North Germany, 47, 150, 170,

478
North Holland, 184
North lands, 222 ff.
Norway, 234, 282
Nuremberg (district), 125
Nuremberg (law-code), 175
Nuremberg (town), 19, 27, 38, 125,

141, 150 (71. 1), 166, 172, 178

(n. 2), 189, 205 [n. 1), 341 (n. 1),

484 f.



Oberinntal, 162 (n. 1)

Oberndorf (nunnery), 73

Oberursel, 434

Ochsenhausen, 486

Odenwald, 161

Offenburg, 426

Ohsen (district), 499 (71. 2)

OUingen, 40

Orgensteig, 42

Ortenau (bailiwick), 426

Ortenberg, 285

Osnabriick (bishopric), 113

Osnabriick (to^vn), 113, 233, 301,

409, 498 f.
Osterode, 498
Osterweddingen, 104
Ottomans, 247 (n. 1)



INDEX OF PLACES



533



Paderborn (bishopric), 56, 445

(»• 1)
Paris (university), 401 {n. 6)
Passau (bishopric), 56, 62, 83
Pegnitz, 484 («. 2)
Peine, 111
Persia, 217 (n. 1)
Pfalz (Palatinate), Palatine lands.

See Kurpfalz
Pfalz-Zweibriicken (duchj'), 46
Pforzheim, 267 {n. 3)
Pful, 40

Pirkfeld (Styria), 69
Pirna (to'rni), 19
Poland, 112
Pollau (chapter), 69
Pomcrania, Pomeranian lands, 49,

107, 155, 177, 181, 280, 457, 510,

511 {71. 1)

Pomerania-Stettin (duchy), 510
Prague (town). 62, 64 (n. 3), SO,

282 (w. 1)
Prague (university), 471
Priegnitz, 299
Prum (abbey), 222 («. 1)

quedlinburg, 280, 505

Radelstetten, 42

Ratingen, 266

Ratisbon (bishopric), 83

Ratisbon (Imperial Diet, 1532), 178,

292
Ratisbon (Religious Conference,

1601), 471
Ratisbon (tow-n), 28, 143, 485
Ravenna, 177
Ravensburg, 141
Reicheneck, 125
Reichenschwand, 126
Reuthin, 40
Rhine, Rhinelands, 79, 81, 92, 229,

242, 317, 435 (n. 2), 439, 456
Ringingen, 265
Rinteln, 280
Rome (ancient), 20, 194, 220 (n. 2),

222, 227 (n. 1), 315
Rome (mediaeval and modern), 52,

58, 60, 79, 92, 237, 245, 247 (n. 1),

273 (n. 3), 320 (n. 2), 373, 459,

617



Rome (Lateran Council, 1215), 377
Rome (canon law), 175, 235 {n. 2),

243 (h. 2)
Rome (old Roman law), 175, 193,

235, 501, 506
Ronneburg, 113
Ropsen, 113

Rostock (town), 155, 506
Rostock (university), 109, 341
Rotenkirchen, 505
Rotschildt (nunnery), 148 («. 2)
Rottenburg-on-the-Xeckar, 489
Rotterdam, 317
Riickendorf, 113
Rufach, 428
Ruppenrodt, 494



Saale, the, 158

Sagan, 165

St. Amarin," 428

St. Florian (abbey), 68

St. Lambrecht (abbey), 69

St. Maximin, near Treves (abbey),

358, 435
Salamanca, 401 (n. 6)
Salzburg (archbishopric), Salzburg

lands, 56, 83, 242, 412
Salzburg (Synod, 1456), 233 (n. 1) ;

(1569) 233 (n. 1)
Salzwedel, 98
Sangershausen, 106
Saxe-Altenburg, or Weimar inter-
changeably, 112, 130
Saxe-Weimar or Coburg-Gotha

interchangeably (duchy), 112,

187
Saxon principalities, 511, 514. (Cf.

Meissen)
Saxon (electorate). See Kursach-

sen
Saxony (Albertine lands), 52, 146,

148 (n. 2)
Saxony (electorate). See Kur-

sachsen
Schalkstetten, 43
Schoycrn (convent), 232
Schiedam, 317
Schladmiiig. 70
Schleswig-Holslciu ((iiicliv). 116,

193



534



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE



SchlettsttuU. 271 (h. 3)

SclilousingcMi. 369

iSolioiigau (lordship), 413 {/). 1),
43G

ydiongau (town and court of jus-
tice). 416

Schwabaeh, 484

Sclnvabisuh Hall. 365

Si'hworin. 189

Scckau (bishopric), 69

Sooben (knight's property), 157

Seoland. 307 (h. 1)

Sorcshcini, 486

Silesia, 162 f., 170, 342

Simmenthal, 239 (h. 4)

Sittard, 392

Sodom, 8 f., 35, 100, 108. 476,
524

Soest, 48

Solms (county), 114

Solnic, 309

Sondelfingen, 486

South Germany, 72, 172

South Tyrol, 268

South West Germany, 73, 409

Spain, 104, 177, 184, 235 (?i. 2),
320 (7^. 2), 387 («. 2), 401, 413
{n. 1), 436, 452, 470, 517

Spain (Index), 387 (n. 2)

Spalt, 484

Spandau, 342

Spkes (towTi), 59 {n. 1), 207 (71. 2),
326, 434 {n. 2), 465 (n. 3), 466

{71. 1)

Stade, 397

Stainz (abbey), 69

Sterzing, 84

Stetten, 40, 42

Stettin (to\^-n), 177

Stettin (place of execution), 511

Stockum, 434

Stralsund, 107, 154

Stralsund (St. Bridget), 153 ; (St.

Catherine), 153 ; (St. Nicholas),

153
Strasburg, i. A. (bishopric), 72

{n. 2), 243
Strasburg in A. (town), 27. 44,

121, 132, 166, 251, 256, 274 {n. 1),

385, 386 (ji.l), 409, 458
Strasburg (imiversity), 459^^



Stuttgart, 305,488 (n. 1)
Styria(duchy), 69, 411 (». 2)
Suabia, 428,*490

Suabia (Schwabenspiegel), 178 (??. 2)
Snlz-on-the-Neckar, 490 («. 1)
Switzerland, 303, 425, 478



Tartary, 444, 523

Taunus, the, 434

Thann, 428

Thcssaly, 220 (n. 1)

Thorn, 142, 155

Thuringia, 21, 95, 149, 366

Tiersberg (Diersburg), 267

Tolz, 416

Torgau (town), 160

Trautenau (town), 309 (w. 1)

Transylvania, 307 {n. 1)

Treben, 112

Trent (bishopric), 56, 71

Trent (council), 56 f., 63, 78, 80,

83, 86, 273 (n. 3), 387 (n. 2)
Trent (Index). 387 («. 2)
Trent (to^\•n), 71
Treves (archbishopric), 83, 242,

357-360, 368, 388, 431, 434-

446
Treves (St. Simeon), 436
Treves (SjTiod, 1310), 229; (1548)

434
Treves (town), 358, 436-444, 446,

466 (n. 1)
Treves (university), 440
Tiibingen (town), 488 {n. 1)
Tubingen (university), 93, 130

(n. 3), 133, 266, 397 (n. 1), 460,

488 {n. 1)
Turkey, 4, 16, 49, 94, 151, 206,

393, 444 {n. 1), 523
Tiirkheim, 40
TjTol, 62, 71, 84, 162, 232, 254, 411,

472 {71. 3)



Ukermark, the, 508
Ulm, 39, 138, 265, 301, 432
Ulzen, 503

Upper Bavaria, 419 (n. 1)
Upper Germanv, 78, 228, 242,
464



INDEX OF PLACES



535



Upper Italy, 263 (n. 1)
Upper Palatinate, 234 («. 1)
Upper Rhine, 251 [n. 3)
Upper Silesia, 165
Usselbach, 494 f.
Utrecht, 429 {n. 2)



Vaihingen, 486

Valais, 242 (n. 2), 302

Valencia, 413 {n. 1), 464 (h. 1)

VaUadoUd, 401 («. 6)

Vaud, 302

Velden, 126

Veltlin, 302

Venice, 247 {n. I), 325, 385

Verden (town), 499

Vienna (bishopric), 56, 60, 65

Vienna (court library), 411

Vienna (to\ra), 60 "f., 62, 65, 80,

84, 162, 267 («. 3), 411, 464
Vienna (university), 60
Vienna (Himmelpforten), 65
Vienna (St. Dorothy), 65, 230
Vienna (St. James), 65
Vienna (St. Lawrence), 65
Vienna (St. Mary Magdalen), 65
Vienna (Schottentor), 65
Viersen, 266
Vlotho, 450
Voigtland, 207
Vorarlberg, 411 (n. 4)
' Vorderosterreich,' ' Vorlande,' 72.

84



WaIvDeck (county), 498
Waldsee, 426
Wallerstein, 485
Wallmersbach, 36
Weidenstetten, 40, 42
Weihenstephan (abbey), near Frei-

sing, 227 {n. 1)
Weilderstadt, 487
Weilheim, 416
Weingarten (abbey), 73
Weissenbronn, 36
Werdenfcls (lordship), 413 (?i. 1),

418



Wemigerode (to\\-n), 299, 502

Wertheim, 81 (n. 1)

Weser, the, 23

Wesslingburen, 145

West Geruianj% 72

Westerburg, 504

Westerstetten, 424

Westphalia, 202, 317, 343, 346,

377, 450, 498
Wiesensteig, 305
Willisau, 412
Wiltingen, 439
Windsheim, 484
Wismar (Diet, 1568), 155
Wittenberg (electoral circle), 32
Wittenberg (theological school), 20,

94, 103, 117 (n. 3), 171, 382, 427

(?i. 3), 459
Wittenberg (town), 90, 133, 160,

271 (h. 1),277(«. 1), 300
Wittgenstein (county), 274 («. 1)
Wolfenbiittcl (ducliy). See Bruns-
wick
Wolfenbiittel (town), 500, 502
Worms (bishopric), 226 (n. 3)
Worms (town), 396
Wurmserbad. See Bormin
Wiirtemberg (duchy), 27, 39, 123,

146, 150, 486 f., 488 (/I. 1)
Wiirzburg (archbishopric), 62 (n. 2),

419-423, 487 («. 1)
Wiirzburg (to\Mi), 423, 466 {n. 1)



Xanten, 266



Zangern, near Salzburg, 157

Zeil in Lower Franconia, 422

Zeilitzheim, 421 f.

Zeitz, 115, 156

Ziegenhain, 143 (n. 2)

Zinna, 31

Zobern, 124

Zurich (town), 44, 364 {n. 2), 374

(n. 1)
Zurich (university), 364 {ji. 2)
Zwestcn, 36 (n. 1)
Zwickau, 115, 142, 277 («. 1)



INDEX OF PERSONS



Abraham (patriarch), 89

Adam (first man), 271

Aderpul. Thom. (theologian), 48

^^pinus (preacher), 25

Agobard (Archbishop of Lyons),

226
Agricola, Caspar (canon), 345
Agricola, Franz (pastor), 392-397
Alardus, Wilh. (author), 149
Alba. See Alva
Alber, Erasmus (preacher), 26
Alber, Justus (pastor), 26
Alber, Matthaus (theologian), 488

(n. 1)
Albertinus, Aegidius (court-secre-
tary), 85
Albigenses, 228

Albrecht of Brandenburg (Cardinal-
Archbishop of Mayence), 56,

59
Albrecht V. (Duke of Bavaria), 64,

77, 413 (n. 1)
Albrecht of Bavaria (Bishop of

Strasburg), 243
Albrecht, Bemh. (preacher), 285,

298
Aleander, Hieron (legate), 52, 62,

273 (n. 3)
Alexander VI. (Pope), 264 (n. 2)
Althamer, Andr. (preacher), 27,

276
Alva, Ferdinand Alvarez de Toledo,

Duke of (general and statesman),

387 (n. 2)
Ambach, Melchior (preacher), 139,

148 («. 2)



Ammann, Hartmann (canon), 251

{nn. 1 and 2)
Amos (prophet), 192
Amsdorf, Nich. v. (theologian), 20,

24
Anabaptists, 142

Andrea, Jacob (provost and chan-
cellor), 93, 129, 460
Anna of Brandenburg (Duchess of

Mecklenburg), 298 f.
Anna of Hungary (Roman Queen),

65
Antichrist, 247 [n. 1)
Aquaviva, Claudius (General of

Jesuits), 435 (n. 2), 465
Arminius, Jacob (professor), 192
Aschhausen, John Gottfried v.

(Bishop of Bamberg), 82
Augustine, St. (Doctor of the

Church), 189, 217 (n. 1), 3.54
Augustinians, 53, 233, 273 (n. 3)
Augustus (Elector of Saxony),

114 f., 206, 295, 452, 511



Backer, de (Jesuit), 401 [n. 6)
Bader, P. (provincial of Jesuits),

464
Baldus (de Ubaldis, teacher of law),

197, 501
Barefoot Friars. See Franciscans
Basse, Nik. (bookseller), 341 (?i. 3),

386
Baumgartner, Hieron. (councillor),

172
Bayle, Peter (author), 245 (n. 1)



INDEX OF PERSONS



537



Bebel, Henry (humanist), 397
(n. 1)

Beck, 411

Beck, Paul (historian of civilisa-
tion), 490 {n. 1)

Belun (ducal fiscal officer), 108,
155

Behrends (pretended Jesuit), 510
(n.l)

Bekker, J. (historian), 364 (n. 1)

Belzius, John (pastor), 95

Benedictines, 63, 75, 227 {n. 1),
311

Bentheim - Tecklenburg - Steinfurt,
Arn. V. (count), 320 {n. 2), 322

Berckmann, J. (chronicler), 107

Bernard, St. (Bishop of Hildes-
heini), 74

Bidembach, Felix, 488 (n. 1)

Bidembach, Wilh. (theologian),
488 (?^. 1)

Binsfeld, Peter (auxiliary Bishop
of Treves), 334, 357-360, 389,
393, 396, 401,413 (?!.. 1), 435 {n. 1),
441 (n. 1), 464 (n. 1), 472 (n. 3),
475

Binz, Karl (professor of medicine),
320 {n. 2), 322 («. 3), 323 {nn. 1
and 2), 381 (n. 1), 401 (?i. 6), 406
{n. 2)

Birck, Thomas (preacher), 283

Blochius, Justus (superintendent),
485

Bobadilla, Nik. (S.J.), 78

Bock, Heinr. (bookseller), 389

Bocklin, Gert. (' Avitch '), 280 (n. 2)

Bod in, Jean (parliament coun-
cillor), 334 (71. 1), 384, 391 {71. 1),
398, 404 (n. 1), 413 {n. 1), 464
(n. 1), 473, 501

Bodmann, Karl v. (canon). .50,
52

Bogen, Andr. (attorney), 490

Boje, Nik. (preacher), 49

Bonnus, Herm. (preacher), 25

Boquet, Henri (judge), 401

Bork, Sidonia v., 510

Borrius, Petrus, 184

Botticher, Katharina (wife of
Schonitz), 157

Botzer, Quirinus, 407 (n. 3)



Brabant, Henning (town captain),

212, 500 {n. 3)
Brandenstein, v. (colonel), 206
Brandes (official), 453
Brant, Sebastian, 258
Braim, Hartmann (preacher), 498

{n.l)
Braun, Karl (provost), 62 (n. 2)
Brennon, Joh. Roger (preacher),

264
Brenz, Joh. (theologian), 27, 36,

274 {n. 1), 320 («. 2), 488 {n. 1),

498 (n. 1)
BrejTuiiller, Wolf (burgher), 414
Brismann, Joh. (theologian), 132
Briick, Christian (chancellor), 187.

206
Brus, Ant. (Bishop of Vienna), 67
Bucer, Martin (theologian), 26, 35,

45, 274 (n. 1)
Buchinger, Michael, 396
Buchner, Nik. (abbot), 63
Buchwald, Gustav v. (historian)

262 (n. 2)
Buckel, Elise, 422
Buckel, Hans, 422
Bugenhagen (Pomeranus), Joh.

(theologian), 24
BuUinger, Heinr. (theologian), 121

(n. 4), 364
Burchard (I. Bishop of Worms),

225
Burgel, Herm. v., 449
Burr, George L. (historian), 358,

(71. 1), 441 (n.l)
Butz, Peter (towTi clerk), 45



Calinich, R. (historian), 206 (h. 1)
Calvin, Calvinists, 99. 121, 126,

192, 205, 273 (n. 3). 303, 320,

327, 335 {71. 2), 363, 364 (71. 2),

381, 391, 449 f., 512
Camerarius (chaml)erlain), Joachim

(humanist), 21,29, 91
Cani.sius, Peter (S.J.), 69, 79 f..

273 (7). 3). 341 {71. 1), 462, 463

{n. 1), 405(7!. 2)
Capito (Kiipfel), Wt>Ifg. Fabricius

(theologian). 27, 274 («. 1)
Capuchins, 78, 84 f.



538



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE



Ctvriiiclitcs, 65

Carpzov, licnodict (criminalist),
199. 513 (h. 4)

Carroiiius, Petrus (lawyer and
tlieologian), 356 (n. 1)

Casiiuir (Margrave of Brantlcn-
burg), 177 (h. 3)

Casmann, Otto (preacher and
educator), 150, 397

Celichius, And. (superintendent-
general), 169, 173 f.

Charlemagne (Emperor), 222 {n. 3),
235, 348

Charles ^^ (Emperor), 56, 59, 72
(n.3)^

Charles V. (criminal penal ordinance
— [CaroHnaD, 146, 178, 235 (n. 1),
292, 318, 342, 347, 410, 446, 506,
512

Chemlin, Caspar (preacher), 104
in. 2)

Chemnitz, Mart., 110

Christopher (Duke of Wiirtem-
, berg), 123

Christopher (Margrave of Baden-
Baden), 123

Clarenbach, 320 [n. 2)

Clares, Poor, 65

Clarus, Jul. (teacher of law), 197

Cohn, Albert (antiquary), 441 (n. 1)

Contarini, Gasparo (Cardinal-
legate), 57

CorneUi, James (peasant), 184

Coton (S.J.), 458

Cruciger, Caspar (the Elder, theo-
logian), 24

Crypto-Calvinists, 202, 209



Damhouder, Jodoktjs (Josse) von
(imperial commissioner), 182, 187
(n. 2), 210
Danfeus, Lambert (theologian),

324f.,364(n.l), 391,392
Dassel, Hartwig v. (la-\v;^'er), 501
Dedekind, Friedr. (theologian), 105
Dekio, Martin (S.J.), 320 {n. 2), 3.58
(n. 1), 397, 401-408, 441 (n. 1),
470, 472 [n. 3), 475 (?i. 5)
Dembach, Balth. v. (Prince-abbot
of Fulda), 78



Diefenbach, Joh. (historian), 271
(n. 3), 288 (n. 1)

Di.stel, Conrad (preacher), 396, 397
(n. 1)

Dobschiitz, Frau v. (mistress of
the hunt), 511 (n. 1)

Dollinger, Joh. Jos. Ign. (theolo-
gian), 11 (n. 1),51 (7i.2),88(?i.l),
91 (n. 1), 92 (?i. 1), 93 [n. 1), 96
(n. 2), 99 {nn. 1 and 2), 100 (?i. 1),
101 (n. 1), 103 (n. 3), 104 (n. 1),
106 [n. 1), 131 (n. 2), 148 [n. 2),
166 (nn. 1 and 2), 243 (n. 2)

Dominicans, 53, 64 {n. 3), 239,
242, 245 [n. 1), 264, 273 (n. 3),
386

Drexel, P. Jeremias (court-preacher),
464 (n. 1)

Driemont, Joh. (beggar), 184

Duhr. Bernh. (S.J.), 437 (n. 2),
441 (». 1), 445 (n. 1), 457 {n. 3),
461 (n. 1), 464 (n. 1), 467 {n. 3),
472 (71. 3)

Du Prel, Baron C. (philosopher),
288 (n. 1)

Diirer, Albert, 374 (n. 1)



Eber, Paul, 90

Ebers, Joh. Jas. Henry (medical

councillor), 165 (n. 4)
Eccard, 237 (n. 2)
Echter, von Mespelbrunn Julius

(Prmce-bishop of Wiirzburg), 78,

419
Eck, John (theologian), 53 f., 64,

75
Eilenberger, Hans, 514
Elijah (prophet), 54
Ellentz, Lucas (S.J.), 444
EUinger. John (deacon), 370 (n. 2)
Ehaiias (sorcerer), 370
Endres (executioner), 423
Ennen, Leonh. (historian), 73 (n. ?>)
Epes, John (preacher), 187
Erasmus (Bishop of Strasburg).

See Limpurg
Erasmus of Rotterdam, Desid.,

320
Erastus, Thomas (physician), 274

(n. 2), 381



INDEX OF PERSONS



539



Eric II. (the Younger, Duke of
1 Brunswick-Kalenberg, 452, 454

(n. 1)
Eric of Brunswick - Liinebnrg

(Bishop of Paderborn and Osna-

bruck), 56
Erichson, Alfred (theologian), 274

(n. 1)
Ernest of Bavaria (Bishop of Passau,

Archbishop of Salzburg), 56, 62
Ernf elder, P. Jacob (provincial of

Jesuits), 435 (n. 2)
Emst-Ludwig (Duke of Pomer-

ania-W'olgast), 510
Eschbach, H. (professor of medi-
cine), 320 [n. 2)
Evans, E. P. (historian), 441 [n. 1)
Eve (the first woman), 315
Ewich, Joh. (physician), 323 f., 381

in. 1)
Emch, Werner, 323
Eyb, Gabriel v. (Bishop of Eich-

statt), 55, 61



Faber, John (Bishop of Vienna), 56,

60f.,65f.
Faber, Petr. (S.J.), 78, 80
Fabricius, George (rector), 30
Farel, WiU. (preacher), 305
Faust, John (doctor), 281
Ferber, Heim. (local historian),

449 {n. 3)
Ferdinand I. (King, Emperor), 60,

65,72,78,311,410
Ferdinand II. (Archduke of Tyrol),

162, 412
Ferdinand (son of Albrecht V. of

Bavaria), 415
Feyerabend, Sigm. (bookseller), 282

(n. 1)
Fiedler, Anna ( ' witcli ' ), 440

in. I)
Fiedler, Nik., 441 (n. 1)
Finke, Heinr. (historian). 245
Fischart, John (poet), 105, 383.

473
Fischer, Fr. (historian), 305 (n. 3)
Flacius, Matthias (lllyricus, con-
troversial theologian), Flacians,

94



Flade, Bast., 514 {n. 3)

Flade, Diedrich (town mayor), 358

(n. 1), 440
Flasch, Sebastian (preacher), 117,

172
Forner, Friedr. (auxihary Bishop

of Bamberg), 396, 423
Francis (Duke of Pomerania-

Stettin), 510
Franciscans, 292 {n. 2). See Bare-
foot
Francis Xavier, St., 458
Franz, Wolfgang (professor), 103
Frederick I. (Duke of the Pfalz,

the Victorious), 234 {n. 1)
Frederick III. (Palatine Elector),

320 (?j. 2), 381
Frederick of Holstein (Bishop of

Hildesheim), 74
Frederick II. (Duke of Liegnitz),

5 («. 1)
Frederick (Duke of Schleswig-

Holstein), 193
Frisius, Paul (student of Holy Writ),

497
Fuchs, Marcus (pastor), 429 (n. 2)
Fuglin, John, 257 («. 1)
Fiirer, Christopher, 37 («. 1)



Gallus (preacher), 28

Gast, John (preacher), 147 (». 2)

Gebhart, Emil (historian of liter-
ature), 227 (n.l)

Geiler von Kaisersberg (cathedral
preacher), 256

Geissler, Clara (day labourer's
widow), 491

George III. of Austria (Bishop of
Brixen, later of Li^ge), 61

George the Bearded (Duke of
Saxony), 52

George the Pious (Margrave of
Brandenburg-Bayreuth), 12 f., 36,
177 [71. 3)

George I. (Landgrave of Hesse-
Darmstadt), 495

George (Count of WUrtemberg), 147

(71. 2)
George III. (Princi'-ljisliop oi Hiuii-
l)erg). iScc Limpiirg



540



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE



I



Ceorgo Frinlorick (Margrave of

Ansbach-Bayreuth). 124. IGO
Ciilhausen, Liulwig (autl\or), 151
(.Jiascr. Fried, (court-preacher), 40
C^nostics, 228, 236
Ciodelinann, Job. George (jurist),

341. 344
Goethe, Joh. Wolfgang, 24o {n. 1).

374 (H.l)
Goldwurni. Caspar (preacher). 144,

285
Golser, George (Bishop of Brixen),

249
Gotze, L. (historian), 493 (n. 2)
Graeter, Jas. (dean), 365
Grasse, Joh. George Theod. (biblio-
grapher), 401 {n. 6)
Gregory VII. (Pope), 226
Gregory XIII. (Calendar), 125
Gregory of Valencia (theologian),

413(7?. 1), 464(w. 1)
Greierz, Peter von (judge), 239

(n. 4)
Grevius (de Grave), John (preacher),
183, 187 («. 2), 192-199, 202, 356
(n. 1)
Grillandus, Paul (author), 383
Grimm, Jas. (Germanist), 223 {n. 1),

224 (h. 1)
Gross, Henning (bookseller), 499
Grumbach, Wilh. v. (nobleman),

206
Griininger, Erasmus (court-
preacher), 150, 488 {n. 1)
Grvse, Nikolaus (preacher), 506

(n. 2)
Guarinoni, Hippol. (house phy-
sician and MTiter), 84, 136
Gundermann, Christopher (doctor),
281



Hadrian- "\T[. (Pope). 247 (». 1)
Haen, Anton v. (professor of medi-
cine), 382 (n. 1)
Haflftitz (chronicler), 508 (n. 1)
Hagen, Karl (historian), 137 (v. 1)
Haller, Leonh. (auxiliary Bishop of

Eichstatt), 64 (?;. 2)
Hammacher (burgomaster), 498
Hammer, Wilh. (Dominican), 53



Harennius, Joliannes (convert), 173

(n. 2)
Harold (King of Denmark), 227
Hartlieb, Dr. (physician and

humanist), 217 [n. 1)
Hartmann, Julius (historian), 274

(n. 1), 488(h. 1)
Hartzheim (historian), 467 (n. 3)
Hasen Sebastian, 147 {n. 2)
Hauber, Eberhard Dav. (theologian

and historian), 245 (n. 1)
Hausherr (Centgraf), 423
Hecate, 229

Hedio, Caspar (preacher). 274 («. 1)
Heffelt (bailiff), 449
Hegenauer, Andr. (pastor), 126
Heidcnreich, Esaias (professor and

pastor), 99
Hekling. Mich, (auxiliary Bishop

of Mayence), 168
Helfenstein, Sebastian v. (Count),

306
Helfenstein, Uhich v. (Count), 306
Hemmerlin, Felix, 61
Hemien (philologist), 438 (?i. 1)
Henner, Camillo (lawyer), 245
Henry Julius (Bishop of Halbcr-
stadt and Minden ; later Duke
of Brunsnick-Wolfenbiittel), 110,
146, 499
Hentchen, Entgen (' -nntch'), 495;

her husband, 495
Heppe, Heinr. (historian). See

Soldan
Herberger, Valerius (preacher),

103
Hermann v. Wied (Archbishop of

Cologne), 56
Herod (King), 202
Herodias, 229
Herzog, John Jas. (theologian). 408

[n. 1)
Heyd, Ludw. Friedr. (historian),

147
Hiller, John, 512
Hinkmar of Rheims, 226 (n. 3)
Hinschins (teacher of canon law),

243 (n. 2)
Hochstraten (Hoogstraet), James

v. (Dominican), 387 {n. 2)
Hooker, Jodokus (preacher), 277



INDEX OF PERSONS



541



Hoensbroech, Paul (author), 243

(n. 2)
Hoffmeister, John (Augustinian),

53
Hofmann, Caspar (medical man),

96
Hohenems (Count), 84
Hollen, Gottschalk (Augustinian),

233
HoUin, iNIaria (innkeeper), 480,

482 ; Holl, her husband, 483
Holzinger, Joh. Bapt. (historian of

civilisation and criminalist), 287
Hondorf, A. (preacher), 171 (n. 3),

172 (n. 3)
Hoppenrod (preacher), 95, 143,

148 (n. 2)
Horner, Dr. Friedrich (vicar-
general), 82
Horwarth, Hans Friedr. (to\Mi

and country judge), 415
Hovaeus, Ant. (Benedictine Abbot).

311
Huberin, Caspar (preacher), 28
Hiibner, Caspar, 164
Hiibner, Ursula (poison-mixer), 164
Hiihnerkopf, Peregrinus (official),

504



Ignatius of Loyola, St., 78

Infessura, 237

Innocent VIII. (Pope), 242, 251, 262
(to. 2),269(n. 1), 381(n. 2)

Institoris, Heinr. (Dominican), 242,
250, 262, 286 {n. 2), 386, 387
(n.2)

Institoris and Sprenger (Witches'
Hammer), 217 {n. 1), 251, 2.59,
260 (nw. 1 and 2). 262. 264. 314,
328, 358 (71. 1), 385, 387 {n. 2),
391 {n. 1), 441 (n. 1), 448, 464
(n. 1)

Isaiah (prophet), 347

Istetten, Heinr. v., 72 (n. 3)



Jacobi, Nannius (peasant's son),

184
Jacobs, Ed. (hi.storian), .502 [n. 3)
Jacquier, Nik., 387 (n. 2)



Jager (local historian), 419 («. 2)

Jajus, Claudius (■'^.J.), 78

Janssen, Joh., 2 (?^. 1), 5 (n. 1),
30 {71. 1), 137 (71. 1), 329 («. 1),
425 (71. 2), 441 (n.\)

Jeremiah (prophet), 100

Jesuits, 64, 78, 84 f., 100. 264. 273
(71. 3), 281 f., 286 (71. 2), 207,
329, 358 (w. 1), 373, 388, 397,
401 f., 404 (71. 1), 413 (n. 1), 425
(71. 1), 433, 435 (71. 2), 437 (n. 2),
442, 444, 455-477, 510 (ti. 1)

Joachim I. (Elector of Branden-
burg), 260

Joachim II. (Elector of Branden-
burg), 298, 506

Joachim, Friedr. (Elector of Bran-
denburg), 110, 147

Job, 349

John XXIII. (Pope), 387 (ti. 2)

John VII. of Schonberg (Arch-
bishop of Treves), 359, 441 (n. 1),
445

John III., Count Palatine (Bishop
of Ratisbon), 232

John VI. of Nassau-Dillenburg
(Count), 493

John Adolf (Duke of Schleswig-
Holstein), 146

John Albrechtl. (Duke of Mecklen-
burg or Mecklenburg-Gastrow),
155

John Christopher (Bishop of Eich-
statt). See Westerstetten

John Friedrich (Duke of Pomcrania-
Stettin), 510

John Friedrich II. (Duke of Saxe-
Gotha), 187

John Friedrich (Duke of Wiirtcm-
berg), 123, 480 f.

John George (Electoral Prince or
Elector of Brandenburg), 299,
509

John Schwcikart (Archbishop of
Mayence), 433

John Sigismund (Margrave, later
Elector of Brandenburg), 509

John WiUiam (Duke of Jiilich-
Clcvcs). 302, 4.50

John tlio Bai>tist, 202

Jonas, Justus (theologian), 19, 24



542



HISTORY OF THE GERMAN PEOPLE



Jordaniveus, Johannes, Dr. (theo-
logian, canon and pastor), 467
("■ 3)

Jostes, Franz (Germanist), 48
[n. 1)

Julius (Duke of Brunswick-Wolfen-
biittel), 110

Junt (town-clerk), 122

Justinian I. (Emperor), 194



Kantzow, Thomas (private secre-
tary), 49
Kauffung, John, 130 («. 3)
Kawerau, Wold, (historian), 213

{«• 1)
KeUer, Ad., 201
Keranat, IMatthias v. (chronicler),

234(?!.. 1)
Kepler, John (astronomer), 425

{n. 1), 487 ; Ms mother, 425

(71. 1), 487
Kersten, Friedr. (manorial lord),

157
Ivlele, J., 427 (h. 2)
Klesl, Melchior (Bishop of Wiener-

Neustadt, later of Viemia), 84
Knoblich (clironicler), 165 (?k 2)
Koler, James (pastor), 133
KrafEt-Ebmg, Richard, Baron of

(professor of medicine), 288 {n. 1)
Kraus, George (lav-reader), 126
KreU, Nik. (ChanceUor), 205, 209
Kriegk, George Ludw. (historian),

148 (n. 2), 201 (h. 2), 205 {n. 4)
Kropf, Franz X. (S. J.), 472 (n. 2)
Kriiger, Sim. (pastor), 502
Kuen (to\\ai-captain), 71
Kmitz, Hans, 456

Lack, Hans (sexton), 159
Lambert, Franz (theologian), 35
Lancre, Pierre de, 387 (n. 2)
Landsberg, Bertram von (seneschal),

450
Lang, Andreas, 171
Lange, Joh. (theologian), 24
Langhans (family of), 422
Langin, George (liistorian of civili-
sation), 363 (». 1)
Lanzkranna, Steph. (provost), 230



Lasius, Christopher, 87, 94
Lauterbach, Ant. (preacher), 19,

174 {n. 2)
Lauze, Wigand (government sec-
retary), 35
Lavater, Ludw. (theologian), 364

(h. 2), 374(rt. 1)
Laymann, Paul (S. J.), 329 (?i. 1),

441 {n. 1), 467 If.
Laynez, James (S. J.), 463 («. 1)
Lea, 245 {n. 1)



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