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At this point, Foxe resumes drawing on Henry Bennet’s translation of Melanchthon’s biographical sketch of Luther. Hunne’s rosary is mentioned in the report of the coroner’s jury. Foxe emphasises as do Montanus and Crespin the role of the Spanish clergy in the spectacle – Melchior Cano, the famous Dominican preacher who had been bishop in the Canary Islands, the archbishop of Seville ‘Senille’and fxoe bishops of Palencia ‘Valence’.
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But the extent to which he rewrote the beliefs of those accused of heresy, or omitted material he felt was damaging, will never be known. Although the the fee Dryffeld demanded was customary, and Hunne who was wealthy, could easily afford it, Hunne refused to pay it.
This section on John Browne first appeared in the edition. This was a relatively easy task, since many of these prophecies were contained in writings denouncing the pope and the clergy.
Instead, he focused most on the details of their interrogations and their execution narratives. Luther, Martini Lutheri Epistolarum farrago, pietatis et eruditionis plena [ Foxe was seeking to situate the events in England within a wider European perspective – his claim here has often been ignored by later commentators. Byhowever, Foxe harboured an ambition to broaden his geographical and chronological scope.
As his source-note suggests, he was unsure whether to follow the date seemingly indicated in Crespin , folwhich in a misprint dated it ” corrected in later editions and Pantaleon, who correctly dated it The material on the first Zurich Disputations of Januarythe Constitutions of the Council of Lucerne inand the energetic defence of the progress of the reformation in Zurich by its magistrates in and early all came from Sleidan, books 3 and 4. It was feared that if Luther went to Rome, he would be tried and executed for heresy there so Frederick the Wise and other supporters of Luther insisted that the examination of Luther be held in Germany.
Crespin had, by contrast, followed La Roche-Chandieu in deploring their cowardice. Here, and in the following passages, Foxe tries to justify both theoccasional ‘erroneous’ beliefs of the Lollards as well as their readiness to abjuretheir believes rather than die for them. Intwo bills were introduced in Parliament: The crucial years between, including the Liepzig disputation, were not covered in it.
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’.
This is drawn from Hall’s chronicle, although Foxe paraphrased and summarized it cf. Foxe was certainly aware of the discrepancies of the sources to note that they tallied different numbers of martyrs from the Valladolid Inquisition, from which he inferred correctly that some of the victims had been returned to prison. The burning of the papal bull was a decisive break with the Church. As Foxe indicates, he is printing a paraphrase of the bull.
This is a very valuable and rare indication by Foxe of the assistancehe received in having official transcribed.
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These arrests, trials and executions can be followed in detail in the accompanying notes on the individuals mentioned in this passage. InFoxe knew only that he was a minister in the Breisgau ‘Brisgois’.
They both involved the state-sponsored terror of innocent individuals and communities. See Andrew Hope,’The lady and the baliff: See Johannes Sleidan, A famouse cronicle of oure timetrans. His presentation of Johann Friedrich ‘John Fridericke’Elector of Martides as among the ‘godly and constant Sayntes of Christ’ for his ‘admirable constancy’ in the aftermath of his defeat and capture by the emperor in also largely glosses the account given in Sleidan book 193, pp. Fabyan was used to supply corroborative detail; here, as in so many jjuan, Foxe was drawing his basic interpretation of events from Bale.
During that time he was protected by the Imperial safe conduct; after that period he was at the mercy flxe the local authorities. The first piece of evidence was an extract from a letter written by Simon Fiorello ‘Simon Florellus’an evangelical preacher ujan Chiavegna ‘Citie Clauenna’ to Guilelmus Gratalorus, an Italian professor of medicine at the University of Basel.
Lily, who recorded the fire George Lily, Chronicon [Frankfurt, ], fo. Foe a ceremony was unprecedented in England and a proper form of ritual had to be devised. Foxe explains this by describing the ‘miracles’ performed by Luther.
The stories of Alexander VI’s death and of the statue of the angel struck by lightning are from Bale, Catalogusp. The next account of Wolfgang Schuch, a protestant pastor from Alsace ‘Lotharing. How did Foxe construct the table? What he is saying is that an annotation in a register attributed the work to William Thorpe, not that the register was attributed to Thorpe.
Eck succeeded in branding Luther as a heretic to many religious conservatives and convinced Rome and Charles V that Luther was a dangerous threat.
These visions appear to have been originally intended to glorify the convent, but they rapidly came to have been used to buttress the Dominican order. Margaret Aston and Colin Richmond Stroud,pp. They carried a laudatory preface from Heinrich Bullinger, and were remarkable as setting a new standard in the methodology and maartires of Biblical commentaries.
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Hunne was found guilty on 16 December and his body was burned at Smithfield four days later. These verses are printed by Foxe. One is to underscore the importance of Martin Luther and consequently his doctrine of justification by faith; notice how Foxe begins this section with a little lecture on the insufficiency of works to obtain salvation in the history of the Church.
These articles bear a close relation to the previous charges against her, particularly in her denuncia- tion of pilgrimages to the images of the Virgin Mary at Willesden and Bermondsey and in her sacramentarianism.
It is possible that both Pantaleon and Foxe had used another edition of Luther’s works, or that they had both copied the reference from somewhere else. Seepp. He was resolved to weed it out, but his pontificate was too brief for him foze accomplish his goals. This was a badge that some people convicted of heresy were compelled to wear identifying them as penitents convicted of heresy; removing it was an offence in itself.
Afterwards, the rector, Thomas Dryffeld demanded, as was his customary right, thechristening gown in which the boy’s body was wrapped, as the mortuary fee. It was repeated in Crespin and Pantaleon, pp. This was accepted by the papacy because they jan not wish Maximilian’s nephew, Charles, to succeed Maximilian and hence they could not offend Frederick and risk Frederick voting for Charles as the next Emperor.
Furthermore, the signification to Chancery survives of the excommunication of four heretics – named by Foxe – who were burned in Longland’s persecution. This enabled him to ignore conveniently the difficult question as to whether those being persecuted in Calabria were in the strict sense that Foxe understood it protestants.