Martin Luther: Shaping and Defining the Reformation, 1521-1532

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Dust jacket: Luther in monk's cowl, photograph courtesy of the Germanisches National Museum, Nuremberg.

Page 3: Martin Luther as Knight George, photograph courtesy of Staatsbibliothek Bamberg, Bamberg.

Page 35: Andreas Bodenstein von Karlstadt, Kupferstichkabinett, Dresden, photograph by K. H. Jürgens, Ost + Europa-Photo, Cologne.

Page 39: The Destruction of the Images, photograph courtesy of the Germanisches National Museum, Nuremberg.

Page 48: Title page of the September Testament of 1522, photograph courtesy of the Germanisches National Museum, Nuremberg.

Plate I: Luther's living room at the Wartburg, photograph by K. H. Jürgens, Ost + Europa-Photo, Cologne.

Plate II: Philip Melanchthon, Wittenberg city church, photograph courtesy of Wilfried Kirsch, Fotowerkstätten, Wittenberg.

Plate III: Justus Jonas, Dessau-Mildensee Church, photograph courtesy of Hans Volz, Martin Luthers deutsche Bibel. (Hamburg: Friedrich Wittig Verlag, 1978).

Plate IV: Luther in monk's cowl, photograph courtesy of the Germanisches National Museum, Nuremberg.

Plate V: John Bugenhagen, Wittenberg city church, photograph courtesy of Wilfried Kirsch, Fotowerkstätten, Wittenberg.

Plate VI: Duke Albrecht of Prussia, photograph courtesy of the Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum, Brunswick.

Plate VII: Nicholas von Amsdorf, photograph courtesy of the Staatliche Lutherhalle, Wittenberg.

Plate VIII: Martin Luther, Wartburg, photograph by K. H. Jürgens, Ost + Europa-Photo, Cologne.

Plate IX: Katherine von Bora, Wartburg, photograph by K. H. Jürgens, Ost + Europa-Photo, Cologne.

Plate X: Martin Luther, photograph courtesy of St. Anna Evangelisch Lutherische Kirche, Augsburg.

Plate XI: Luther's autograph draft of the German mass, from D. Martin

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