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In 1349 the members of the trade unions unsuccessfully rebelled against the patricians.Their unions were then dissolved, and the oligarchic element remained in power while Nuremberg was a free city.
The "Schöffenkollegium", who assisted this official in his judicial work, also sat in the council.
In 1130 the city surrendered to the emperor and the Guelph Henry.
The latter possessed it until 1138, when it reverted to the empire.
In 1431 the population was about 22,800 including 7146 persons qualified to bear arms, 381 secular and regular priests ; 744 Jews and non-citizens.
The Hussite wars, the plague of 1437, the fights with the burggraves (then also margraves of Brandenburg, Anspach, and Bayreuth, reduced it to 20,800 in 1450.
Sebaldus; this was replaced by a new edifice in the thirteenth century.