Bishop Otto, of Bamberg, was induced in 1124 to set out as a missionary to Pomerania.
I paid six florins in gold to the boatman who took me from Bamberg to Frankfurt.
Of these, one is known as the thirty-six line, or Bamberg Bible.
Then he turned to a book-shop and found a book on Bamberg Cathedral.
My friend, the tutor of the Government official under whom I had served at Bamberg, had in the meantime left his situation.
Her body was carried to Bamberg, and buried near that of her husband.
A fortnight later he was off again, marching this time towards Bamberg, burning magazines and carrying off supplies.
My Communist permit was useless, and there was no time to get one from the Bamberg Government.
The Emperor quitted Bamberg on the 8th, at three in the morning, and arrived on the same day at Cronach.
He died near Gttingen, in the summer of 1024, and was buried in the Cathedral of Bamberg.