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Bishopric of Naumburg-Zeitz

"The Prince-Bishopric of Naumburg-Zeitz (German: Bistum Naumburg-Zeitz; Latin: Citizensis, then Naumburgensis or Nuemburgensis) was a medieval diocese in the central German area between Leipzig in the east and Erfurt in the west. The seat of the bishop was Zeitz Cathedral in Zeitz from 968 and 1029 and Naumburg Cathedral in Naumburg between 1029 and 1615. It was dissolved in the wake of the Reformation. The Bishopric of Zeitz-Naumburg encompassed the four archdeaconries of Naumburg, Zeitz, Altenburg and "trans Muldam" (comprising the sub-districts (Unterbezirke) of Lichtenstein, Glauchau, Hartenstein and Lößnitz)." - (en.wikipedia.org 01.02.2020)

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Kirche ProfenZeitzer DomDie Haynsburg bei ZeitzBurtschützJulius PflugAntwort // Glaub und / Bekentnis auff das / schöne und liebliche INTERIM ...
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[Relation to person or institution] Bishopric of Naumburg-Zeitz
[Relation to person or institution] Nicolaus von Amsdorf (1483-1565)
Mentioned / [Relation to person or institution] Julius von Pflug (1499-1564)

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