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Bozen (Italian: Bolzano), a town in Tyrol (Austria; now Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy) at the confluence of the Talfer into the Eisack, where there are known to have been at least eleven Anabaptist executions, including those of Konrad Maier of Sterzingen and Madlem Steinerin of St. Jörgen

See Blaurock, Georg


Map:Bozen (Austria)

Date Published 1953

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