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Georg Cracow
Georg Cracow

Georg Cracow, Kraków, Cracov, Cracau or Cracovius (7 November 1525, Stettin – 17 March 1575, Leipzig) was a German lawyer and statesman.

Life

Family

Lucas Cranach the Younger: Epitaph for Sara Cracow
Lucas Cranach the Younger: Epitaph for Sara Cracow

In 1549 he married Sara, first daughter of Johannes Bugenhagen.

She died in 1563 and in 1565 a memorial painting was erected in St Mary's Church in Wittenberg, the creation of Lucas Cranach the Younger.

Bibliography

  • Theodor Muther: Cracow, Georg. In: Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie (ADB). Vol 4, Duncker & Humblot, Leipzig 1876, p. 540–543.
  • Hellmut Kretzschmar (1957), "Cracov, Georg", Neue Deutsche Biographie (NDB) (in German), 3, Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, pp. 385–386
  • Heinz Scheible (2001), "Peucer, Caspar", Neue Deutsche Biographie (NDB) (in German), 20, Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, pp. 278–279 (Nebeneintrag)
  • Christian Gottlieb Jöcher: Allgemeines Gelehrten–Lexikon. Band 1, Sp. 2162
  • Walter Friedensburg: Geschichte der Universität Wittenberg. Max Niemeyer, Halle (Saale) 1917
  • Otto Vogt: Dr. Johannes Bugenhagens Briefwechsel. Hildesheim 1966, Mit einem Vorwort und Nachträgen von Eike Wolgast, Reprint der Ausgaben Stettin 1888–99 und Gotha 1910, weiter ergänzt
  • Theodor Wotschke: Aus Wittenberger Kirchenbüchern. In: Archiv für Reformationsgeschichte (ARG). 1932, Seite 208
  • Gustav Stier: Corpusculum Inscriptionum Vitebergensium – Die Lateinischen Inschriften Wittenbergs. Herrose, Wittenberg 1860
  • Julius Köstlin: Die Baccaulaurei und Magistri der Wittenberger Philosophischen Fakultät (1503–1560). Halle 1887
  • Matrikel der Universität Wittenberg von 1502–1610
  • Heinz Scheible: Melanchthons Briefwechsel Personen. Band 11
  • "Entry". Zedlers Universallexikon. 15. p. 810.
  • Cracow, Georg. In: Meyers Konversations-Lexikon 1885–1892, 4. Band, Seite 322
  • Helmar Junghans: Verzeichnis der Rektoren, Prorektoren, Dekane, Professoren und Schloßkirchenprediger der Leucorea vom Sommersemester 1536 bis zum Wintersemester 1574/75. In: Irene Dingel, Günther Wartenberg: Georg Major (1502–1574). Ein Theologe der Wittenberger Reformation. Evangelische Verlagsanstalt, Leipzig 2005, ISBN 3-374-02332-0

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