Martin Luther: His Road to Reformation, 1483-1521

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Aachen, 416
Aaron (high priest), 343
Abraham (patriarch), 84, 262
Accolti, Pietro (bishop of Ancona, cardinal), 389, 390
Accursius (glossator of Roman law), 44
Adelmann von Adelmannsfelden, Bernhard, 204, 251, 299, 334, 335, 359, 401, 415
Adelmann von Adelmannsfelden, Konrad, 251
Adolf II (duke of Nassau-Wiesbaden, archbishop of Mainz), 23
Adolf II (prince of Anhalt, cathedral
provost of Halle, bishop of
Merseburg), 99, 192, 205, 300, 310–11, 343, 363, 411, 429
Adrian of Utrecht (bishop of Tortosa, cardinal "as pope, Hadrian VI"), 338–39
Adrianus, Matthaeus, 282
Aesop (Greek poet, writer of fables), 14
Aesticampian (Johann Rhagius, from
Sommerfeld), 171, 276, 281
Agricola, Johann (Schnitter/Schneider, from Eisleben), 151, 154, 162, 214, 297, 310, 351, 423, 424
Alber, Matthaus, 290
Albertines ("ducal, 1485–1546" line of
the Wettin house), 110. See also
George the Bearded (duke of Saxony); Saxony, duchy of (Albertine Saxony)
Albrecht (count of Mansfeld), 241, 260 Albrecht II (margrave of Brandenburg,
archbishop of Magdeburg and administrator of Halberstadt, also elector of Mainz, brother of elector Joachim I of Brandenburg), 118, 127, 178–79, 180, 183, 190–92, 203, 205–6, 210, 242, 268, 286, 330, 343, 427, 447, 464
Aleander, Jerome (papal nuncio to Germany, later cardinal), 395, 396, 416, 418–20, 421, 422, 426, 427, 433, 434, 437, 438, 439–40, 442, 443, 444, 445, 446, 447, 448, 450–51, 452–53, 456, 463, 466, 469, 471, 473, 474
Alexander of Villa Die (de Ville-Dieu), 14
Alexander IV (pope), 52
Alexander VI (pope), 102, 221
Alexius (saint), 50
Alfeld, Augustine (Augustine from Alfeld), 343–46, 350, 369, 381, 382, 385
Allgäu, 100
Altenburg agreements, 271, 272
Altenburg (Thuringia), negotiations in, 267, 300, 341
Altenstein, fortress of, 472
Ambrose (bishop of Milan), 165, 171, 202
Ambrosiaster, 227
Amor bach, 24
Amplonius von Bercka, 28
Amsdoiff), Nicholas von, 120, 167, 168, 201, 295, 306, 310, 351, 369, 448, 466, 470, 472
Angelo Carletti di Chivasso, 67

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