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Manifestations of discontent in Germany on the eve of the Reformation : a collection of documents / selected, translated, and introduced by Gerald Strauss.


Bloomington : Indiana University Press, [1971] .
ISBN 0253336708

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Other Authors Strauss, Gerald, 1922-
Subjects Allemagne -- 1493-1519 (Maximilien I) -- Sources.
Allemagne -- Histoire -- 1440-1493 (Frédéric III) -- Sources.
Allemagne -- Histoire -- 1493-1519 (Maximilien 1er) -- Sources.
Allemagne -- Histoire religieuse -- 16e siècle -- Sources.
Allemagne -- Histoire religieuse.
Bauernkrieg (1525)
Germany -- Church history -- 16th century -- Sources.
Germany -- History -- Frederick III, 1440-1493 -- Sources.
Germany -- History -- Maximilian I, 1493-1519 -- Sources.
Germany.
Quelle.
Reformation -- Germany.
Reformation.
Réforme (Christianisme) -- Allemagne.
Réforme -- Allemagne -- Sources.
Vorgeschichte.
Description xxiii, 247 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date [1971]
©1971
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The reformation of the Emperor Sigismund (c. 1438) -- Berthold von Henneberg's speech to the Diet of Worms (1497) -- The debate with Enea Silvio Piccolomini (1451-1515) -- A German clergyman's criticism of Rome (c. 1451) -- The statement of grievances presented to the Diet of Worms in 1521 -- Heinrich Bebel's oration in praise of Germany, given before Maximilian I (1501) -- Germans are not barbarians : three chapters from Irenicus' Exegesis Germaniae (1518) -- From Ulrich von Hutten, Arminius : a dialogue taking place in the underworld (c. 1518) -- The lady from Brittany (1491) -- How the mighty rule : three chapters from Reynard the Fox (1498) -- Concerning Power fools or The instability of power : a sermon by Johann Geiler von Kaiserberg on Sebastian Brant's Ship of fools (1498) -- The insolence of ecclesiastical princes (c. 1450) -- A protest by the Bavarian estates against the arrogant conduct of their prince (1514) -- Usury, a dialogue on interest : in which a peasant, a wealthy burgher, a priest, and a monk engage in a disputation on lending, and whether the taking of interest on loans in usury (c. 1521) -- Interest and profiteering : from Johann Agricola's Commentaries on German proverbs (1528) -- How the Jews were driven from Regensburg (1519) -- Trouble among the journeymen furriers of Strassburg -- Grievances and demands of the craft guilds of Cologne (1513) -- The Articles of the Bundschuh in the Bishopric of Speyer (1502) -- A description of the Bundschuh in Breisgau in 1513 : from Pamphilus Gengenbach's The Bundschuh -- The arme Konrad : from the statement of grievances drawn up by the territorial Diet of Württemberg (1514) -- Articles of the peasants of Stühlingen and Lupfen (1525) -- An unsympathetic view of the peasant movement : from Sebastian Franck's chronicle -- A dialogue spoken by Franz von Sickingen at the gates of heaven with Saint Peter and the knight Saint George (1523) -- Complaints of the knights of Franconia as presented to the estates of the empire (1522) -- The life of a German knight as seen by Ulrich von Hutten (1518) -- Protests against the Roman law in Bavaria and Württemberg (1471-1521) -- From Ulrich von Hutten's The robbers (1521) -- Let everyone conduct himself according to his estate : from Johann Agricola's Commentaries on German proverbs (1528) -- Gluttony and drunkenness : a sermon by Johann Geiler von Kaisersberg on Sebastian Brant's Ship of fools (1498) -- The nuisance of undisciplined mercenary soldiers : from Sebastian Franck's chronicle (1531) -- Religious and social upheaval : the drummer of Niklashausen (1476) -- Sebastian Brant on the inevitable fall of the Holy Roman Empire (1504) -- Reform and redemption : from the Book of one mankind (1534) -- Sebastian Franck on the incurable folly of hundred chapters and forty statutes (c. 1500).
Genre Church history.
History.
Sources.
Geographic Area Germany
Network Numbers (OCoLC)139848
(OCoLC)ocm00139848
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