Melchior Zobel von Giebelstadt (né le 18 septembre 1505 à Giebelstadt, mort le 10 avril 1558 à Wurtzbourg) est prince-évêque de Wurtzbourg de 1544 à 1558.

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  • Melchior Zobel von Giebelstadt (né le 18 septembre 1505 à Giebelstadt, mort le 10 avril 1558 à Wurtzbourg) est prince-évêque de Wurtzbourg de 1544 à 1558.
  • Melchior Zobel von Giebelstadt (* 18. September 1505 in Giebelstadt; † 15. April 1558 in Würzburg) war von 1544 bis zu seiner Ermordung 1558 Fürstbischof von Würzburg.
  • Melchior Zobel von Giebelstadt (1502–1558) was the Prince-Bishop of Würzburg from 1544 to 1558.Melchior Zobel von Giebelstadt was born in 1502, the son of Georg Zobel and his wife Dorothea Rüdt von Callenberg. As a younger son, he was groomed for a career in the church from an early age. He became a canon (Domizellar) of Würzburg Cathedral on January 27, 1521. He studied at the University of Wittenberg in summer semester 1521. He spent winter semester 1521 studying at the University of Leipzig. He became a Domherr of Würzburg Cathedral in 1522. On March 4, 1540, he was elected dean of Würzburg Cathedral and was subsequently ordained as a priest. Following the death of Bishop Konrad von Thüngen, Zobel von Giebelstadt was a candidate to replace him as Prince-Bishop of Würzburg, but he lost the election, held on July 1, 1540, to Conrad von Bibra.On August 19, 1544, the cathedral chapter of Würzburg Cathedral elected him as the new Prince-Bishop of Würzburg. A delegation from the cathedral chapter informed Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor of his election on August 22, 1544, and Pope Paul III confirmed his appointment on October 27, 1544.During the Schmalkaldic War of 1546-47, he allied the Prince-Bishopric of Würzburg with the pro-Catholic imperial forces. That war ended when the Diet of Augsburg of 1547-48 declared the Augsburg Interim. Zobel von Giebelstadt's opposition to the Augsburg Interim led to him and six other prelates being personally rebuked by Charles V at an audience held on April 9, 1548.As bishop, Zobel von Giebelstadt was fiercely opposed to the efforts of Friedrich Bernbeck (1511–70), mayor of Kitzingen to introduce the Reformation in Kitzingen. He attempted to found a Jesuit university in 1556, but this effort failed as the order was unable to provide a sufficient number of priests to staff the proposed university.
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  • Melchior Zobel von Giebelstadt (né le 18 septembre 1505 à Giebelstadt, mort le 10 avril 1558 à Wurtzbourg) est prince-évêque de Wurtzbourg de 1544 à 1558.
  • Melchior Zobel von Giebelstadt (* 18. September 1505 in Giebelstadt; † 15. April 1558 in Würzburg) war von 1544 bis zu seiner Ermordung 1558 Fürstbischof von Würzburg.
  • Melchior Zobel von Giebelstadt (1502–1558) was the Prince-Bishop of Würzburg from 1544 to 1558.Melchior Zobel von Giebelstadt was born in 1502, the son of Georg Zobel and his wife Dorothea Rüdt von Callenberg. As a younger son, he was groomed for a career in the church from an early age. He became a canon (Domizellar) of Würzburg Cathedral on January 27, 1521. He studied at the University of Wittenberg in summer semester 1521.
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