1457 ca1501, Feb 17
a printer in Rome. In about 1479, native of Passau Stephan Plannck took Offizin Ulrich Hans on Via Mercatoria (the section which today is the Via del Pellegrino, the main commercial street in the late medieval Rome. This house was rented by the Brotherhood of Germans at the Church of Santa Maria dell'Anima. The Brotherhood of the Teutonic Cemetery occurred Planck and his wife Margaretha in the year 1482. A year later he paid three ducats for the brotherhood at the Hospital Santo Spirito in Sassiato be able to belong. Stephan Plannck died on February 17, 1501 at the age of 44 and was buried on Campo Santo. Before her death in 1511, his wife bequeathed the impressive sum of 612 ducats to the Campo Santo.
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