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Diocese of Samland

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Situation of the Bishopric (abbrev. S.) within the Prussian Deutschordensland of 1410
Situation of the Bishopric (abbrev. S.) within the Prussian Deutschordensland of 1410

The Bishopric of Samland (German: Bistum Samland) was a bishopric in Samland (Sambia) in medieval Prussia. It was founded as a Roman Catholic diocese in 1243 by papal legate William of Modena. Its seat was Königsberg, until 1523 the episcopal residence was in Fischhausen. The bishopric became Lutheran in the 16th century during the Protestant Reformation. It was dissolved and merged into the Bishopric of Pomesania after 1577.

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Bishops of Samland

  • Dietrich I. 1252–1254
  • Heinrich I. von Streitberg 1254–1274
  • Hermann von Köln 1274–1276, † 1287
  • Christian von Mühlhausen 1276–1295
  • Siegfried von Regenstein 1295–1318
  • Vacant
  • Johann I. von Clare 1320–1344
  • Johann II. von Bludau 1344–1358
  • (Jakob von Kulm 1344–1354)
  • Bartholomäus von Radam 1354–1378
  • Thilo von Marburg 1378–1386
  • Heinrich II. Kuwal 1387–1395
  • Heinrich III. von Seefeld 1395–1414
  • Heinrich IV. von Schanenburg 1415–1416
  • Johann II. von Saalfeld 1416–1425
  • Michael Jung 1425–1442, † 1443
  • Nikolaus I. Schlotterkopf 1442–1470
  • Dietrich II. von Cuba 1470–1474 (ermordet),
  • Johann III. von Rehewinkel 1474–1497
  • Nikolaus II. Krender 1497–1503
  • Paul von Watt 1503–1505
  • Günther von Bünau 1505–1518
  • George of Polentz 1518–1550, turned it into a Lutheran bishopric
  • Joachim Mörlin 1550–1571
  • Tilemann Heshusius 1571–1577

Diocese is merged into the Bishopric of Pomesania

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