Visual Timeline: Katharina Zell
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1497 CE - 1562 CE: Life of reformer, theologian, and writer Katharina Zell.
1523 CE: Katharina Schütz marries clergyman Matthew Zell; one of the first clerical marriages.
1524 CE: Katharina Zell publishes her open letter, Defending Clerical Marriage.
1525 CE: Katharina Zell visits military camps during the German Peasants' War advocating for peace.
1527 CE - 1535 CE: Katharina Zell loses both her young children; focuses on her faith.
1548 CE: Katharina Zell's husband Matthew dies; he is succeeded by Ludwig Rabus.
1558 CE: Katharina Zell publishes her open letter to Rabus calling for religious tolerance.
1562 CE: Katharina Zell dies of natural causes in Strasbourg.