Martin Luther: The Preservation of the Church, 1532-1546

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There is no entry for “Luther, Martin.”
Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations.
Aaron (high priest), 295
Abel, 73, 138, 220
Abraham (patriarch), 139, 144, 336, 340, 342
Adam, 20, 134, 138, 375
Aepinus, John, 29, 126–27, 183
Aesop, 145
Agricola, Else (wife of John Agricola), 163, 170
Agricola, John (actually Schnitter/ Schneider, from Eisleben), 80, 145, 155–56, 157, 158–71, 179, 181, 280, 297, 349
Agricola, Michael, 319
Agricola (Kastenbauer), Stephan, 273
Alber, Erasmus, 133, 228, 297
Alber, Matthew, 49
Albrecht (duke of Prussia), 56, 86–87, 89–90, 122, 232, 238, 246, 316–17, 332, 356
Albrecht, Johann, 371, 376, Plate XVI
Albrecht II (margrave of Brandenburg, archbishop of Magdeburg and administrator of Halberstadt, archiepiscopal elector of Mainz, cardinal, brother of Joachim I of Brandenburg), 27, 35, 71, 80, 84–93, 104, 217, 221–22, 224, 226, 295, 297–99, 328, 353, 371
Albrecht VII (count of MansfeldHinterort), 158–59, 168, 309, 369–70, 373–74, 376
Albrecht of Brandenburg-Ansbach. See Albrecht (duke of Prussia)
Albrecht (VI) the Handsome (duke of Mecklenburg-Güstrow), 28, 315
Alexander III (pope), 61, 362
Alsace, 337
Altenburg, 6–7, 118, 188, 275, 277–78
Altieri, Baldassare, 326–27
Amberg, 313
Amiens, 60
Amos (prophet), 42
Amsdorf(f), Nicholas von (evangelical bishop of Naumburg), 34, 46, 52, 55, 80–82, 100, 148, 167, 176–77, 181, 183, 186, 242–43, 253, 264, 301–6, 314, 320, 335, 361, 364
Ämylius, George, 314
Andreae, Laurentius, 319
Anhalt (principality), 25, 27–28, 36, 63, 310, 349
Anhalt, princes of, 22, 26, 28, 107, 242, 310, 332. See also Bernard VI (prince of Anhalt); George III (prince of AnhaltDessau); Joachim I (prince of Anhalt-Dessau); Margaret (princess of Anhalt-Dessau); Wolfgang (count of Anhalt-Köthen)
Anna (countess of Mansfeld-Hinterort), 376
Anna II (countess of Limburg, princessabbess of Herford), 30
Anne (duchess of Cleves, wife of Henry VIII of England), 63
Aquila, Caspar, 5, 167
Arnoldi, Franz, 67, 69, 77
Arnstadt, 308, 315
Augsburg, 22, 41–44, 46–47, 49, 52–53, 55–58, 119, 142, 188, 216–17, 222
Augsburg Confession, 25, 36, 44–45, 47–48, 50, 53, 62, 74, 115, 127, 147, 162, 183–84, 186, 193, 204, 215–16, 218, 223, 227, 358

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