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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. By the end of the account, Foxe despite his theological differences with Luther, ends up crediting him with quasi-miraculous powers.

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He includes some French-speaking martyrs from the Walloon provinces of Flanders e. Dialogi sexp. Manchester University Press,pp. The material on the first Zurich Disputations of Januarythe Constitutions of the Council of Lucerne inand the energetic defence of the libgo of the reformation in Zurich by its magistrates in and early all came from Sleidan, books 3 and 4.

For the wide circulation ce these works among the London Lollards, and the importance these texts held for them, see Susan Brigden, London and the Reformation Oxford,pp.

On the other hand, the account of Hunne in is a virtually word-for-word reprinting from Hall. The ‘Rota’ was the papal chancery, which, inter aliareceived petitions.

Fitzjames also pleaded with Wolsey to persuade the king to intervene and save Horsey. Foxe’s awareness of this text byis an indication of how closely he followed Continental scholarship.

There is no surviving information on Thomas Chase apart from theaccount in Foxe.

Foxe’s estimates of the massacre were cautiously based on the evidence which he had to hand, and heavily under-estimated the extent of the loss of life. In other words, Colet criticized those who read their sermons from notes, rather than delivering it from memory.


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Thomas Platter and Balthasar Lasius,fol v, dated 8 Novemberin which Zwingli libor defended himself against his critics, both inside the canton of Zurich and from without. Thomas Holmes informed against so many people that even Foxe is reluctant to credit him as a martyr; yet it was not enough to save him. Yet there was widespread suspicion that Hunne had been murder-ed, particularly because one of Hunne’s gaolers, Charles Joseph, fled and went into hiding on 10 December.

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

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Archbishop Ussher’s notes of these interrogations, the originals of which no longer survive, are in Trinity College, Dublin, MSfo. Foxe avoids the issue of bribery byhe knows that Henry VIII ordered Horsey to found innocent by stating, after some bluster, that he had repeated what Edward Hall had said in his chronicle.

Because Foxe did not draw on this material, he therefore did not include the rich letters from prison of Giovanni Luigi Pasquale [Fr: He tells us so: Foxe’s lack of interest in the details of Luther’s childhood and his parents of Melancthon provides a detailed accountis in marked contrast to modern scholars, particularly Eric Erikson. Harpsfield was arguing that even if Hunne was murdered, he was not a martyr because he did not die for a religious cause.

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This might be the same Henry Hart who was a leader of the ‘Freewillers’ in the s. In the first decade of the sixteenth century, one Jetzer, a novitiate atthe Dominican convent in Berne, began to have visions of the Virgin Mary andvarious saints. Manilo, pleraque ex lectionibus Ph. The two parts of the martyrology had, however, overlapped even in This implies that Man was executed immediately after his trial, and states that the authorities did not wait for the writ authorizing his execution.


After an investigation by the Church, fourDominicans, including the prior but not including Jetzer were found guilty of fraud, handed over to the secular authorities and burned at Berne on 31 May Not the martyr St. This is very characteristic of Longland’s methods of investigation.

It marked a turning-point in German protestant fortunes in their conflict with the emperor.

From what Foxe declares, Whaplod had secured not only the materialregarding the compensation to his family, he also acquired some of the episcopalrecords regarding the Hunne case. Luther, Martini Lutheri Epistolarum farrago, pietatis et eruditionis plena [ It should be remembered that Luther’s books had already been found heretical by the Church.

The table interspersed some materials about the political history of Germany in the later s, without intending to be a detailed history of it. While Foxe is accurate in what prints, he omits certain details Erasmus provided – such as Colet’s celibacy, his avoiding the company of laymen, his desire to join the Carthusians and his strong approval of auricular confession – that do not fit with Foxe’s idea of a proto-Protestant divine.

Bale has an additional detail not in Foxe: Both sides gained something from the Leipzig diputation. Foxe is repeating Erasmus’s estimate of Bishop Fitzjames’s age. That text – evidently a ‘filler’ to complete the final page of the volume – was as Foxe states ‘taken oute of a booke of Franciscus Enzinas written to Phillip Melanton’p.

Frazel, Luther’s Lives Manchester: Foxe’s sources for this section were all printed: Foxe’s account of these victims of a crackdown against heresy initiated by Bishop Fitzjames of London in the yearscomes largely from a now lost courtbook of London diocese.