Bjoern Steinz

Constance (Konstanz), Germany

A museum devoted to 15th century church reformer John Hus. The building was the home of a widow with whom John Hus stayed prior to his trial and execution in 1414. The house in on
Hussenstrasse (Hussites Street), Hussites being the name given to John Hus's followers.
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
Constance (Konstanz)
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42.33 x 28.22 cm (300 dpi)
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