JOHN OECOLAMPADIUS (1482-1531), German Reformer, whose real name was Hussgen or Heussgen, 1 was born at Weinsberg, a small town in the north of the modern kingdom of Wurttemberg, but then belonging to the Palatinate.
He went to school at Weinsberg and Heilbronn, and then, intending to study law, he went to Bologna, but soon returned to Heidelberg and betook himself to theology.
Conrad, however, captured the fortress of Weinsberg from Welf in December 1140, and is said to have allowed the women to leave the town, each with as much of her property as she could carry on her back.
There is also a school of viticulture .at Weinsberg.
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