Oncwēðung æt Speyer

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Sēo Oncwēðung æt Speyer wæs gegiefen on 19 Ēastermōnaþ 1529 æt þæm Rīcesgemōte æt Speyer be Rīn þære ēa. Siexe þēodnas and spelendas of 14 Rīces Frēora Ceastra æt þæm Gemōt wiþstōden Rīcesǣhtes dōm wið Martin Luther, and wið þā fordēmednes be his weorcum and lāre. Ēac æt þissum Ǣht ofēoden þās Þēodnas and spelan þe swylc gōdspell gelēafa be gebrǣded frēo.[1]

Þā "Oncweðendas"[adihtan | ādihtan fruman]

Þā Siexe Þēodnas[adihtan | ādihtan fruman]

  1. Iohannes se Stedefæst of Wettine, Cyrrþēoden of Sexlande
  2. Georgius se Ǣfæsta of Hohenzollern, Maercgerēfa of Brandenburg-Ansbach
  3. Ernest I Andettere of Brunswic-Lunebyrig, Heretoga of Luneburg-Celle and his brōdor
  4. Francis, Heretoga of Brunswic-Lunebyrig, Heretoga of Gifhorn
  5. Philippus I se Swīþmōda, Landgerēfa of Hetwaraland
  6. Wolfgang of Ascanie, Þēoden of Anhalt-Köthen

The Fēowertiene Rīces Frēo Ceastra[adihtan | ādihtan fruman]

  1. Strætburg
  2. Augsburg
  3. Ulm
  4. Constantia
  5. Lindau
  6. Memmingen
  7. Kempten
  8. Nördlingen
  9. Heilbronn
  10. Reutlingen
  11. Isny
  12. Sanctus Gallen
  13. Wissemburg
  14. Windshām

Frūman[adihtan | ādihtan fruman]

  1. Roland Bainton (2007). Here I Stand - A Life of Martin Luther. ISBN 1-4067-6712-3.