Hof "Zum Stachel" / The Mace Inn

Hof "Zum Stachel" / The Mace Inn (HM2EI1)

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N 49° 47.687', W 9° 55.698'

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Romanisches Doppeltor (um 1200)
Heute noch erhaltene Substanz aus der Staufferzeit.

Als "hintere Gressenhof" erstmals im Würzburger Lehenbuch schriftlich erwähnt um 1310.

Um 1410 wird der Gressenhof zum "Viertelhof".
Steuern und Abgaben wurden hier entrichtet und umgesetzt.
Als Gasthof seit 1413 archivalisch belegt.
Im Jahre 1413 kaufen der Metzger Hanns Rehlein u. seine Ehefrau und Wirtin Margarethe das Answesen fuer 200 rhein. Gulden.

Im Bauernkrieg 1525 Treffpunkt der rebellierenden Bürgern und Bauern.
Der Morgenstern (Stachel) wird zum hinweis.

1676 Vollendung des Umbaus von Haus und Hof durch die Patrizierfamilie Hahn im Stil der Spätrenaissance

Am 16. Maerz 1945 Zerstörung durch Brandbomben.

Nach dem 2. Weltkrieg wiederaufbau nach alten Bildern u. aus der Errinerung durch die Familie Hochrein.

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English translation:

Romanesque double-doors (circa 1200), still has character from the Stauffer era. (The Stauffers were a German medieval dynasty.)

First known written mention was in 1310 in the Wuerzburg "Fief book" as the "rear Gressen inn".
In 1410 became the "District Inn". Taxes and duties were paid and implemented here. Use as a guest inn in 1413 documented by archives. In 1413 it was bought for 200 Rhenish Gulden by the butcher



Hanns Rehlein and his wife, the innkeeper, Margarethe.

In the Peasants' Revolt of 1525 it was a meeting place for the rebelling citizens and peasants. The "morning star" (mace) becomes the symbol for the inn.
In 1676 a renovation in the late Renaissance style was completed by the patrician Hahn family.

Destroyed on March 16, 1945, by firebombs.

Rebuilt after the Second World War according to old photographs as well as the memories of the Hochrein Family.
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Date Added Saturday, February 23rd, 2019 at 1:01am PST -08:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)29U E 433189 N 5516227
Decimal Degrees49.79478333, -9.92830000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 49° 47.687', W 9° 55.698'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds49° 47' 41.22" N, 9° 55' 41.88" W
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