When the news of Tannhuser's return spread through the Wartburg, there was great rejoicing.
Luther translated the Bible while confined in the Castle of Wartburg.
But he thought also of Luther, who fled to the Wartburg to finish his work.
She it was who lured the knightly Tannhuser, the minstrel of the Wartburg, to her mountain.
He is killed in battle with the Saracens and his wife becomes ruler of the Wartburg.
They would never have come this way to ride to the Wartburg.
Luther was quitting the Wartburg for a cause very different from that for which he had entered it.
At last, on the 7th of March, 1522, Luther escaped from the Wartburg.
The question is, are they pursuing us, or are they merely making for the Wartburg?
The Wartburg is on a very high hill, and the views from it are superb.