Martin Luther's CV (1483 - 1546)
For this occasion, we have created a special hat.
Five historical data from the life of the reformer "Martin Luther" and the consequences of his activity are symbolically represented on a thimble.
The gothic arches of the individual paintings are modeled on the Luther monument in Wittenberg.
The head of the thimble is decorated with a Lutherrose.
On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther proposed his 95 theses on the indulgences at the Schlosskirche at Wittenberg.
ureLuther was to revoke his theses on April 17, 1521, at the Imperial Assembly in Worms, before Emperor Charles V. Martin Luther could not and did not want that and spoke with his hand on his heart: "Here I stand, I can not help but God help me! Amen"
Luther was exiled to Worms in the Reichsacht, but his supporter, Frederick of Saxony, had him safely taken to Wartburg. There, Luther translated the Bible into today's Scripture (1521/1522)
In a mighty battle near Schmalkalden the Protestants suffered a defeat (1546) by Emperor Charles V,
After spreading the Bible, printed in German, strengthened the religious freedom against the Catholic Church. On September 25, 1555, under King Ferdinand, the Augsburg religious peace ensued, which sealed the schism in Germany.
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