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This warning would almost certainly have been more strident if it were not for Edmund Dudley’s good fortune in descendants. This was a relatively easy task, since many of these prophecies were contained in writings denouncing the pope and the clergy. It is worth remarking that it is Luther, not Wiclif, whom Foxe sees as the central figure in initiating the reform of the Anti-Christian Church.
This includes the citation of Christian Massaeus’s chronicle, which Foxe is repeating from Bale. Harpsfield’s attack on Foxe’s account of Hunne is on pp.
The final account from the first decade of the reformation concerned two martyrs from Cologne, Peter Fliested and Adolf Clarenbach, in September Nominalists tended to a certain scepticism about transubstantiation. They were reprinted,in the same chronologically inaccurate locations in Foxe’s text, in the next two editionspp.
The reference is to a fable of Aesop’s, in which a dog, holding a bone in his mouth, sees his reflection in the water. This debateable, but it is certain, that the articles were drawn from a copy of theWiclif B Bible. Foxe is quoting an anticlerical tract, A proper dyaloque betweene a gentillman and a husbandmanprinted c. Thornley [London, ], p. Harpsfield’s strategy is to ignore the inquest and to cast doubt on the implausible aspects of Foxe’s account: Foxe will laterdescribe the execution of Thomas Man, but he says nothing about the executionsof William Scrivener or Nicholas Collins.
Racaut, ‘Accusations of infanticide on the eve of the French wars of religion.
Foxe followed this translation closely, often on a word-for-word basis. Norman is informing on two figures already executed for heresy; this was probably a way for him to fulfil his oath to inform on others without incriminating someone who could be harmed.
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This is a reference to Luther’s publicly burning a papal bull, liro rejected his doctrines, together with a copy of the canon law, at Wittenberg on 10 December Foxe does not make it clear, but this letter is from Henry VIII to William Horsey, written after 4 Maywhen Parliament passed a bill ordering that restitution be made to Hunne’s family for his property, which was confiscated when Hunne was condemned as heretic.
He thinks it is another dog, with another bone, and greedily lunges for it. This section on John Browne first appeared in the edition. But inhe was an important and outspoken ally of Luther’s. This jartires apparently the Elizabeth Sampson, martirres previous trial for heresy inwas also recorded by Foxe. He abjured, but abjured his abjuration and was imprisoned in the Towerpp.
This is another tactic of Catholic controversialists: This constitutes an initial problem, since Crespin’s passage in the French edition of the martyrology Crespin  was in book 7, pp. The second is over the details of the case. Foxe’s ee was, at least in part, to demonstrate that there was an underlying pattern to these events and their chronology.
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Instead, he focused most on the details of their interrogations and their execution narratives. The next account of Wolfgang Schuch, a protestant pastor from Alsace ‘Lotharing. Foxe is interested in demonstrating the zeal of the Lollards in acquiring godly literature, but this is librro an indication of the affluence of many of these Lollards. If Foxe is correct in stating that Man was executed on 29 March, then clearly there was an interval between condemnation and execution and it is virtually certain that it ffoxe spent awaiting the proper authorization for the execution.
Ortwin Gratius or van Graes ce a German humanist and he edited the Fasciculuma collection of documents relating to later medieval church history. The prophecy of Theodoric is taken from Mathias Flacius, Catalogus testium veritatis Basel,p. Foxe drew this brief narrative of what happened after the complaints were presented to the papal legate at the Diet of Nuremburg and of Cardinal Campeggio’s legation to Germany from Johannes Sleidan, A famouse cronicle of our time, called Sleidanes Commentariestrans.
Note that Foxe is careful, in a marginal note, to state that Man denigrated the veneration offered to an image of the Virgin Mary and not Mary mmartires.
In the first decade of the sixteenth century, one Jetzer, a novitiate atthe Dominican convent in Foex, began to have visions of the Virgin Mary andvarious saints.
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Foxe’s Table of martyrs from Spain was introduced for the first time into the edition. Foxe’s sources for this section were all printed: It was an anonymous medieval work, possibly partly rewritten to increase its anti-papal slant, attributed to Chaucer and printed as part of ‘The Canterbury Tales’. One is to underscore the importance of Martin Luther and consequently his doctrine of martire by faith; notice how Foxe begins this section with a little lecture on the jjan of works to obtain salvation in the history of the Church.
Martinus Nijhoff,1, p. In the edition, Foxe printed a selection of the articles presented by the German princes at Nuremberg inlisting their grievances against the papacy.