Spiegel, Kaspar (d. 1527)
Kaspar Spiegel, an Anabaptist martyr of Ostheim, a village in Bavaria, Germany, who was captured early in February 1527 with Beutelhans and two other Anabaptists, and as a subject of the bishop of Würzburg was executed with the sword.
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