Life and work of Johann BugenhagenOf admin | 15. April 2010 | Category: Digital Library, Live images, Theologian gender | Comments Off
Johannes Bugenhagen *24. June 1485 in Wollin, +20. April 1558 Wittenberg. Was also known as Doctor Pomeranus, Bugenhagen was an eminent German reformer Martin Luther and a companion. Here is his story in digitaler Form.
- Reprinted from “Monthly pages of the Society for Pomeranian History and Classical Studies” 49. Year, No.7 / 8, Szczecin 1935
- Jäncke, Johann David u. Oelrichs, Carl Johann Conrad: Detailed and comprehensive records of the life story of Johann Bugenhagen, otherwise also called Pommer, Rostock 1757
- Herring, Hermann (1838-1920) Doctoral Pomeranus, Johannes Bugenhagen : a picture of life from the time of the Reformation, Hall: Society for Reformation History, 1888
- Mohnike, Christian Friedrich Gottlieb: Dr. Johannes Bugenhagen's death, surviving relatives and several other relatives, in Baltic Studies (old episode, Issue 1, 1832, from page 142