Bjoern Steinz

Constance (Konstanz), Germany

The city of Constance and its cathedral, the venue for the trial and condemnation of John Hus.
Jan Hus (or John Huss, 1369 - 1415) was a Czech priest, philosopher and one of the first church reformers. Hus attacked moral failings among the clergy and promoted some of the teachings of John Wycliffe (1331 - 1384), an English reformer who had been burned at the stake in 1384. Hus was ex-communicated for his views in 1410 and burned at the stake as a heretic in Konstanz on 6 July 1415.

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Bjoern Steinz
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Constance (Konstanz)
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Germany
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