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Bacharach, a district (Oberamt) in the Palatinate, where, according to an edict of 6 November 1588, there were Anabaptists, whom the officials had not found.


Hege, Christian. Die Täufer in der Kurpfalz Frankfurt, 1908: 145.

Rotscheidt, W. "Wiedertäufer in Bacharach." Monatshefte für rheinische Kirchengeschichte (1909): 218 f.

Date Published 1955

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