In Neckarsteinach, Germany, along the Neckar River upstream (east-north) from Heidelberg, there is an Evangelical church (which is directly across from the Catholic church); it has a monument inside. There is a plaque on the wall above which (best as can be read) is transcribed as ... " Anno Domini LXXXIIII Den Letzten Tag IVNX Morgens Gegen Tag ZWI Schen III VND IIII VHR Starb der Edel VND- Ernvest Eberhart-Landschadt Von-Stainach-Weilant Hans-Plenfart- Land Schaben - Seligen - Hin Derlassener - Ivngstek - Sohn - Desen - Seelen - Christvs - Der - Herr - In Ewigketi - Pflegen - VND Ihm - EIN - Froliche - Vfferstendnvs - Verleihen - Wolle. "
See original image See partial translation attemptsIt is UN-clear, but some of the words are possibly continued onto the next line. A translation would be very appreciated as well as any correction to the transcription -- especially as might relate to the continued words.
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