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The city was under Anabaptist rule from February , when the city hall was seized and Bernhard Knipperdolling installed as mayor, until its fall in June Here the group had gained considerable influence, through the adhesion of Bernhard Rothmann , the Lutheran pastor, and several prominent citizens; and the leaders, Jan Matthys also spelled Matthijs, Mathijsz, Matthyssen, Mathyszoon , a baker from Haarlem , and Jan Bockelson or Beukelszoon , a tailor from Leiden.
Bernhard Rothmann was a tireless and vitriolic opponent of Catholicism and a writer of pamphlets that were published by his ally and wealthy wool merchant Bernhard Knipperdolling. The pamphlets at first denounced Catholicism from a radical Lutheran perspective, but soon started to proclaim that the Bible called for the absolute equality of man in all matters including the distribution of wealth.
With so many adherents in the town, at the elections for the magistracy, Rothmann and his allies had little difficulty in obtaining possession of the town, and placing Bernhard Knipperdolling as the mayor after deposing the mainly Lutheran magistrates, who, until then, had seen him as an ally in their own distrust of, and dislike for, Catholics.
Matthys was a follower of Melchior Hoffman , who, after Hoffman's imprisonment at Strasbourg, obtained a considerable following in the Low Countries , including Bockelson, who became known as John of Leiden.
Rothmann apparently accepted " re baptism" that day, and well over adults were soon baptised. Vigorous preparations were made, not only to hold what had been gained, but to spread their beliefs to other areas. The many Lutherans who left were outnumbered by the arriving Anabaptists, there was an orgy of iconoclasm in cathedrals and monasteries, and rebaptism became compulsory. The property of the emigrants was shared out with the poor and soon a proclamation was issued that all property was to be held in common.