|Significance||German Anabaptist leader who is sometimes referred to as a "magisterial" anabaptist because he was so popular in the towns in which he preached. He was a student of Johann Eck and was the only Anabaptist leader who was schooled in scholastic theology. He was burned at the stake in Vienna on March 10, 1528.|
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