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Spiezer Schilling

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Spiezer Schilling

The knight of Hohenburg and his servant are executed by burning before the walls of Zürich in 1482.

Spiezer Schilling is a chronicle by Diebold Schilling the Elder of Bern (1480s), created after the Berner Schilling. See Swiss illustrated chronicles.

First arrival of Gypsies outside Bern, described as getoufte heiden "baptized heathens" (p. 749).

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