Nikolaus von Jeroschin

Nicholas von Jeroschin
Nikolaus von Jeroschin (c. 1290 – 1341) was a 14th-century German chronicler of the Teutonic Knights in Prussia.wikipedia
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Johannes Canaparius
1326 – 1329). In 1328, he translated the Vita Sancti Adalberti of Johannes Canaparius into Middle High German.
Nikolaus von Jeroschin translated the Vita Sancti Adalberti into Middle High German in the 14th century.

Peter of Dusburg

Peter von Dusburg
From 1331–1335, he did the same for Peter of Dusburg's Chronicon terrae Prussiae on behalf of Grand Master Luther of Brunswick, translating 27,738 verses.
In 1331-35, Nikolaus von Jeroschin translated Peter's chronicle into Middle High German on behalf of Grand Master Luther von Braunschweig.

Wigand of Marburg

Wigand von Marburg
The chronicle is more passionate than the Chronicon terrae Prussiae and was later continued by Wigand of Marburg.
Wigand expanded upon the earlier work of Nikolaus von Jeroschin.

Luther von Braunschweig

Luther of Brunswick
From 1331–1335, he did the same for Peter of Dusburg's Chronicon terrae Prussiae on behalf of Grand Master Luther of Brunswick, translating 27,738 verses.
In his presence, Königsberg Cathedral was consecrated in 1333; Luther also had Malbork Castle extended and became known as a patron of the arts, such as the work of Peter of Dusburg, whose Chronicon terrae Prussiae was translated by chaplain Nikolaus von Jeroschin on his behalf.

Germans

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1290 – 1341) was a 14th-century German chronicler of the Teutonic Knights in Prussia.

Chronicle

chroniclerchroniclersverse chronicle
1290 – 1341) was a 14th-century German chronicler of the Teutonic Knights in Prussia.

Teutonic Order

Teutonic KnightsTeutonicTeutonic Knight
1290 – 1341) was a 14th-century German chronicler of the Teutonic Knights in Prussia.

Prussia (region)

PrussiaPrussianOld Prussia
1290 – 1341) was a 14th-century German chronicler of the Teutonic Knights in Prussia.

Chaplain

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Nikolaus joined the Teutonic Order as a chaplain of the Grand Masters of the Teutonic Knights, during the time of Grand Master Gottfried von Heimberg (r.

Grand Master of the Teutonic Order

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Nikolaus joined the Teutonic Order as a chaplain of the Grand Masters of the Teutonic Knights, during the time of Grand Master Gottfried von Heimberg (r.

Middle High German

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1326 – 1329). In 1328, he translated the Vita Sancti Adalberti of Johannes Canaparius into Middle High German.

Chronicon terrae Prussiae

chronicle of Peter of Duisburg
From 1331–1335, he did the same for Peter of Dusburg's Chronicon terrae Prussiae on behalf of Grand Master Luther of Brunswick, translating 27,738 verses.

Mary, mother of Jesus

Virgin MaryMaryBlessed Virgin Mary
Nikolaus's Di Kronike von Pruzinlant (The Chronicle of Prussian land) was dedicated to the patron saint of the Teutonic Knights, the Virgin Mary, and expanded upon the earlier work of Peter of Dusburg.

Ahoy (greeting)

AhoyBen Backstay
Between 1331 and 1341, in his work Kronike von Pruzinlant, Nikolaus von Jeroschin inserted the expression "â hui! sô wêr ich hôchgemût / sô ich ir stirne sêhe blôz".

Prussian Crusade

First Prussian Uprisingcrusadingconquest of Prussia
Nicholas von Jeroschin documented the crusaders as killing and capturing numerous pagans.

Raid on Brandenburg

raid into Brandenburgdevastated the Neumark region
German chronicles, including Nikolaus von Jeroschin, vividly described atrocities committed by the invaders.