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    • Thuringian village of Hochheim near Gotha, in Germany. His father was a
    • Jan van Ruysbroeck was born in the little village of Ruysbroeck on the Senne
    • moment of his death, the bells of the churches in neighboring villages began
    • Jacob Boehme was born on April 24, 1575 in the little German village of Alt
    • When he was fourteen, his father apprenticed him to the village cobbler for
    • little village of Cicala near Nola. His boyhood was passed in the midst of
    • Hadrian's villa dressed as a poor beggar, which indeed he was. These events
    • general of the diocese of Breslau. As a simple parish priest in the village

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