Martin Luther: His Road to Reformation, 1483-1521

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Notes

I. ANCESTRY, CHILDHOOD. SCHOOLING

1. Ancestry

1. Cf. Erich Keyser, ed., Deutsche Städtebuch, vol. 2, Mitteldeutschland (Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 1941), 472–73; Hermann Grössler and Adolph Brinkmann, Beschreibende Darstellung der älteren Bau- und Kunstdenkmäler des MansfelderSeekreises, Beschreibende Darstellung der älteren Bau- und Kunstdenkmäler der Provinz Sachsen und angrenzender Gebiete, no. 19 (Halle: O. Hendel, 1895), 131— 42.

2. WA, TR 1, no. 137 = LW 54:19–20.

3. CR 6:156.

4. Cf. GeorgOergel, Vomjungen Luther (Erfurt: J. G. Cramer's Buchdruck, 1899), 1–26.

5. Cf. WA, TR 5, no. 5362.

6. Matthias Simon, "Hatte Martin Luther verwandschaftliche Beziehungen zu Bad Neustadt an der Saale?" Zeitschrift für bayerische Kirchengeschichte 24 (1955): 11–23. Different from Simon is Eberhard Matthes, "Luthers mütterliche Abstammung und Verwandtschaft," Familienblatt der Lutheridenvereinigung 4, no. 29 (28th yr., Sept. 1955): 157, who supports the view that Luther's mother and not his paternal grandmother was born a Lindemann from Eisenach.

7. Heinrich Boehmer, "Möhra," AELKZ 59 (1926): 1060ff.

8. Cf. WA 51:89; WA, TR 1, no. 623 = LW 54:109.

9. Cf. note 6.

10. WA, TR 3, no. 3838 = LW 54:282; WA, TR 4, no. 4035; WA, TR 5, no. 6250.

11. WA, Br 1:610 = LW 48:145.

12. WA, TR 5, nos. 5362, 6250.


2. Economic and Social Status

1. To the following, cf Walter Möllenberg, "Hans Luther, Dr. Martin Luthers Vater, ein mansfeldischer Bergmann und Hüttenmeister," Zeitschrift des Harzvereins für Geschichte und Altertumskunde39 (1906): 169–93; Hanns Freydank, "Martin Luther und der Bergbau," Bilder aus der Mansfelder Vergangenheit, vol. 4 (Eisleben: Schneider, 1939); Ekkehard Westermann, "Hans Luther und die Hüttenmeister der Grafschaft Mansfeld im 16. Jahrhundert: Eine Forschungsaufgabe," Scripta Mercaturae 2 (1975): 53–94.

2. WA 8:573, line 24.

3. Cf. Luther's reaction at his death in 1538, WA, Br 8:280.

4. Walter Mück, Der Mansfelder Kupferschieferbergbau in seiner rechts

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