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The fear was that if Luther went to Rome, he would be tried and executed for heresy there.

Charles V had to guarantee Luther’s safety in the strongest terms, in order to assuage the fears of Luther’s supporters. Foxe never does anything for the sake of brevity and that this is, in effect, a warning that he has edited these accounts to remove materials he found un-desirable. For the background to the Second Kappel War, and Zwingli’s reasons for personal engagement in sl, Foxe felt he had to go beyond the impersonal history of Sleidan, returning to Zwingli’s letter to the ministers at Ulm, Martinus Freschius and Cunhardus Somius, which he had found in the preface to J.

Foxe is reminding his readers of the extent and longevity of the Lollard congregations as part of his efforts to show that there was a ‘True Church’ before Luther. These do not survive in Bishop Fitzjames’s register and they were probably kept in a separate courtbook.

Foxe’s account e the famous ‘Affaire de la rue St-Jacques’ in Paris carries the correct date but lls the right year.

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Foxe’s account of these victims of a crackdown against heresy fixe by Bishop Fitzjames of London in the yearscomes largely from a now lost courtbook of London diocese. Head, ‘William Tell and his Juqn Historia delle grandi e crudeli persecutioni fatte ai tempi nostri Torre Pellice, Forreasons having to do with the balance of power in the Italian peninsula, the papacy was anxious to stop Maximilian’s nephew Charles from succeeding him.

Additionally, Charles V was greatly concerned about the spread of heresy in his domains and worked to support the papacy. Crespin had, by contrast, followed La Roche-Chandieu in deploring their cowardice. He was burnt at Munich ‘Munchen’ wl 8 February It is far more likely that Dryffeld was forced, as a matter of principle, not to overlook Hunne’s challenge to the custom of collecting mortuary fees.


In the following paragraphs, Foxe, who staunchly endorsed iconoclasm, is trying to explain away Luther’s opposition to iconoclasm as tactical and also not a precedent to be followed in England.

By the time of the last edition to which he was able to contribute, Foxe had seemingly no further energies for pursuing the fate of martyrs whose Protestantism might, if investigated more closely, not have withstood the scrutiny.

Notes which James Ussher took of the depositions of those testifying against lso Foxe consulted but which no longer survive show that Hunne owned vernacular translations of Dl and forbidden Lollard works, but they jaun no other accusations of heretical belief and practice John Fines, ‘The Post-Mortem Condemnation for Heresy of Richard Hunne’, EHR 78 [], pp.

This is all that Foxe has on Luther’s becoming an Augustinian friar and his zeal in trying to live the monastic life, which are covered in some detail by Melanchthon.

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. Images and and literacy in late medieval England London,pp.

A mortuary fee was a clerical tax which entitled the clergy to claim the most valuableitem among the deceased’s possessions in libri for conducting his or her funeral.

At this point in time, the pope had no intention of summoning a general Council of the Church, which, he feared would challenge papal authority as the Councils of Constance and Basel did.

Pantaleon had also provided a version of the same narrative Pantaleon, pp. Hunne’s rosary is mentioned in the report of the coroner’s jury.

All of the passages which follow, on the pontificate of Leo X, down to the mention of Tetzel, are taken from John Bale, Catalogus p. The protestants probably Antoine de La Roche-Chandieu himself prepared two documents in their defence, one a manuscript ‘remonstrance’ for the king, and the second a printed ‘Apologie ou defense des bons chrestiens contre les ennemis de l’Eglise catholique’.


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It is also worth noting that abjuration and even informing on others were not necessarily sufficient to save a heretic. Girolamo Zanchi, a sixteenth-century contemporary in a position to know, spoke of their being around 4, Calbrian Waldensians, although some contemporaries doxe the estimate even higher. However, Harpsfield’s influence on Foxe’s account of Hunne was not limited to inspiring this rebuttal.

In MarchRichard Hunne’s five-week-old son Stephen died at the house of hisnurse in Whitechapel. Foxe is de-emphasizing the disagreement in response to a blistering attack by Nicholas Harpsfield, who argued that Lutherans, Zwinglians and Calinists were not of the same religion because they did not share the same beliefs on the key doctrine of martirws Eucharist Harpsfield, Dialogi sexpp.

Antoninus is taken from Mathias Flacius, Catalogus testium veritatis Basel,p. This was the pamphlet, written by the Genevan pastor from Naples, Scipio Lentulo, who was preaching in the Grisons and Vaudois valleys in and in active contact with protestant elements in the Italian peninsula at that time.

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Foxe’s sources ce this section were all printed: Foxe gives fuller accounts of Sweeting and Brewster later in histext and more will be said about their interesting careers then. It was equally from the Cosmographia that Foxe recounts the history of the war between Frederick, duke of Austria and Ludovic, duke of Bavaria and the counsel of the fool, Kune de Stocken p.

Foxe corrects this, and lkbro his additional information on Adrian, with the aid of Capar Hedio, Paraleipomena rerum memorabilum Basel,p. The headquarters of the Knights Hospitaller, who at that time were based on the island of Rhodes. As a result he loses the bone he already had. Fabyan’s chronicle, George Lily’s chronicle and Bale’s Catalogus. Then, in Hilary termHunne who had still not foex the mortuary fee brought a praemunire action brought against Dryffeld, Archbishop Warham and other clergyinvolved his case S.