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    • Strassburg at this time, where he served as a preacher and prior. Two years
    • city of Strassburg in the Papal Jubilee year of 1300, two years before the
    • Strassburg, along with other cities and towns of Germany, was placed under a
    • Johannes Tauler was among those in Strassburg who refused to discontinue
    • left Strassburg for a journey which was to have important results for his
    • banker of Strassburg, Rulman Merswin. His story is somewhat typical of that
    • of a good family of Strassburg in 1307, Rulman Merswin was a man of business
    • daughter of one of the leading families of Strassburg. But although he had
    • God in Strassburg. Not long after this, Merswin was visited by a mysterious
    • Friends of God at Strassburg. Merswin told him that he himself had had the
    • In the Ill River near Strassburg was a little island called daz Grüne
    • from Strassburg, Tauler was convinced that a layman has tasks to perform
    • public announcement which probably originated in Strassburg, and may have
    • In 1348 Strassburg was visited by the Black Death. All who could leave the
    • himself,” and he continued his work at Strassburg against all odds,
    • to make Strassburg the center of his work. He kept up his correspondence
    • Strassburg, Johannes Tauler died at the age of sixty-one. Tradition relates
    • matriculated at the University of Strassburg, where he intended to study
    • medicine and law. After a year at Strassburg, he entered the University of

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