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WILLIAM TYNDALE
(1492?-1536). English theologian and translator of New Testament and Pentateuch. The arrest of Tyndale at Antwerp by agents of Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, 21 May 1535. Wood engraving from an 1832 American edition of John Foxe's 'Book of Martyrs.'
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FOXE: SPANISH INQUISITION.
The torture of a Protestant heretic in a Spanish prison during the Inquisition. Copper engraving from a late 18th century English edition of John Foxe's 'The Book of Martyrs.'
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TORTURE, c1555.
An English Protestant being tortured on the rack during the reign of Queen Mary I (1553-1558). Copper engraving from an edition of John Foxe's 'The Book of Martyrs,' London, 1784.
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PERSECUTION OF WALDENSES.
'Persecution of the Waldenses.' Wood engraving from an 1832 American edition of John Foxe's 'Book of Martyrs.'
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FOXE: BOOK OF MARTYRS.
Martyrdom of Robert Mills, Stephen Cotton, Robert Dynes, Stephen Wight, John Slade and William Pikes at Brentford in Middlesex, England. Line engraving, from a late 18th century English edition of John Foxe's 'The Book of Martyrs,' first published in 1563.
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FOXE: BOOK OF MARTYRS.
A woman and her sucking infant tied together in a bag and thrown into a river and four men hanged for eating a goose on a fast day. Line engraving, from a late 18th century English edition of John Foxe's 'The Book of Martyrs,' first published in 1563.
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HERESY: TORTURE, c1550.
Slow torture of religious martyrs accused of heresy. Wood engraving from an 1832 American edition of John Foxe's 'The Book of Martyrs.'
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NICHOLAS RIDLEY (1500-1555).
English religious reformer and Protestant martyr. The burning of Bishops Nicholas Ridley (left) and Hugh Latimer at the stake near the gates of Balliol College, Oxford, England, 16 October 1555. Wood engraving from a 19th century edition of John Foxe's 'Book of Martyrs.'
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KILLING OF ANABAPTISTS.
The killing of Anabaptists in Amsterdam, 1535. A dead Anabaptist hangs by his neck from a forked post before his body is dumped in the sea, while others are strung up by their heels. Line engraving from an 18th century English edition of John Foxe's 'Book of Martyrs.'
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SPANISH INQUISITION.
The torture of a Protestant heretic in a Spanish prison during the Inquisition. Copper engraving, from a late 18th century English edition of John Foxe's 'Book of Martyrs.'
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FOXE: BOOK OF MARTYRS.
Cruelties practiced in France. Wood engraving from an 1832 American edition of John Foxe's 'Book of Martyrs.'
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SALOME & JOHN THE BAPTIST.
Salome with the head of St. John the Baptist. Copper engraving, from a late-18th century English edition of John Foxe's 'The Book of Martyrs.'
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SPANISH INQUISITION.
A procession of those condemned by the Inquisition in Spain. Wood engraving from an 1832 American edition of John Foxe's 'Book of Martyrs.'
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HUGH LATIMER (1485-1555).
English religious reformer. Bishop Latimer before a Catholic tribunal during the reign of Mary I. Wood engraving from an 1832 American edition of John Foxe's 'Book of Martyrs.'
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WILLIAM TYNDALE
(1492?-1536). English theologian and translator of New Testament and Pentateuch. The arrest of Tyndale at Antwerp by agents of Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, 21 May 1535. Wood engraving from an 1832 American edition of John Foxe's 'Book of Martyrs.'
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IGNATIUS OF ANTIOCH (c35-110).
Christian martyr and saint. Ignatius given to the lions at the Roman Colosseum in 110. Wood engraving from an 1832 American edition of John Foxe's 'Book of Martyrs.'
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FOXE: BOOK OF MARTYRS.
Martyrdom of Thomas Haukes of Essex, England. Line engraving, from a late 18th century English edition of John Foxe's 'The Book of Martyrs,' first published in 1563.
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JOHN WYCLIFFE (1320?-1384).
English religious reformer and theologian. The bones of Wycliffe taken up and burnt, and the ashes thrown into the River Swift, 1428. Copper engraving from an 18th century English edition of John Foxe's 'Book of Martyrs.'
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TORTURE, c1555.
An English Protestant being tortured on the rack during the reign of Queen Mary I (1553-1558). Copper engraving from an edition of John Foxe's 'The Book of Martyrs', London, 1784.
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MASSACRE OF PROTESTANTS.
At the bridge over the River Ban, 1641. Copper engraving from a late 18th century English edition of John Foxe's 'The Book of Martyrs.'
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FOXE: BOOK OF MARTYRS.
The Martyrdom of Ralph Alderton, James Austoo, Margaret Austoo and Richard Roth, at Islington in Middlesex, England. Line engraving, from a late 18th century English edition of John Foxe's 'The Book of Martyrs', first published in 1563.
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MARTYRDOM OF JOHN ROGERS.
The burning of Reverend John Rogers, Vicar of St. Sepulchre's at Smithfield, England, 1555. Wood engraving from the 'Book of Martyrs,' by John Foxe, 1840.
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FOXE: BOOK OF MARTYRS.
Thomas Watts of Billericay in Essex, England, taking leave of his wife and children prior to his execution. Line engraving, from a late 18th century English edition of John Foxe's 'The Book of Martyrs,' first published in 1563.
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FOXE: BOOK OF MARTYRS.
The burning of William Coker, William Hooper, Henry Lawrence, Richard Collier, Richard Wright and William Steere at Canterbury in Kent, England. Line engraving, from a late 18th century English edition of John Foxe's 'The Book of Martyrs', first published in 1563.
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PROTESTANT MARTYRS, 1563.
Persecution of Protestants in Scotland. Line engraving from a late 18th century English edition of John Foxe's 'The Book of Martyrs,' first published in 1563.
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FOXE: BOOK OF MARTYRS.
Massacre of the Protestants in Italy. Line engraving from a late 18th century English edition of John Foxe's 'The Book of Martyrs.'
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JEROME OF PRAGUE
(1360-1416). Bohemian religious reformer. Wood engraving, from an 1832 American edition of John Foxe's 'Book of Martyrs.'
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ENGLAND: MARTYR, 1550.
Edward VI signing warrant for the arrest of Joan Bocher, an Anabaptist later burned at the stake for heresy at Smithfield, England, 1550. Wood engraving from an 1832 American edition of John Foxe's 'Book of Martyrs.'
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JOHN FOXE (1516-1587).
English martyrologist. Line engraving, 19th century.
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JOHN WYCLIFFE (1320?-1384).
English religious reformer and theologian. The exhumation and burning of Wycliffe's bones in 1428. The ashes were thrown into the River Swift. Line engraving from an 18th century English edition of John Foxe's 'Book of Martyrs.'
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ROME: PERPETUA & FELICITAS.
Martyrdom of Saints Perpetua and Felicitas at the Roman Colosseum, c203. Wood engraving from an 1832 American edition of John Foxe's 'Book of Martyrs.'
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FOXE: BOOK OF MARTYRS.
Adrian Chalinsky, a Protestant clergyman, burned to death in Lithuania. Line engraving, from a late 18th century English edition of John Foxe's 'The Book of Martyrs,' first published in 1563.
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FOXE: BOOK OF MARTYRS.
Thirteen protestant martyrs, eleven men and two women, burnt together in one fire at Stratford, in Essex, England. Line engraving from a late 18th century English edition of John Foxe's 'The Book of Martyrs,' first published in 1563.
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ENGLAND: BEHEADING, 1554.
'The execution of Sir Thomas Wyatt, who was beheaded on the account of the Protestant Religion, on Tower Hill, 1554.' Line engraving from a late 18th century English edition of John Foxe's 'The Book of Martyrs,' first published in 1563.
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OXFORD MARTYRS, 1556.
Procession in Oxford, England, of Queen Mary's representatives, meeting to interrogate the Protestant bishops Thomas Cranmer, Nicholas Ridley and Hugh Latimer, April 1555. Copper engraving from a late 18th century edition of John Foxe's 'The Book of Martyrs,' first published in 1563.
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WILBUR MILLS (1909-1992).
American politician. The Arkansas congressman photographed with Argentine stripper Fanne Foxe (née Annabelle Battistella) outside a burlesque theater in Boston, Massachusetts, where she was starring in a production that promoted her as 'the Washington Tidal Basin Girl,' 1 December 1974.
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POLYCARP OF SMYRNA
(c69-c155). Christian martyr and saint. Polycarp burned at the stake by the Romans in 155. Wood engraving from an 1832 American edition of John Foxe's 'Book of Martyrs.'
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IRISH MASSACRE, 1641.
Protestant settlers from Scotland and England massacred by Catholics in northern Ireland, 23 October 1641. Line engraving from Paul Wright's revised edition of John Foxe's 'The Book of Martyrs,' London, England, 1784.
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FOXE: BOOK OF MARTYRS.
The martyrdom of William Flower in the churchyard of St. Margaret's Church in Westminster, England. Line engraving, from a late 18th century English edition of John Foxe's 'The Book of Martyrs,' first published in 1563.
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FOXE: BOOK OF MARTYRS.
Anglican rector Rowland Taylor dragged out of church during the Marian Persecutions in England, 1555. Line engraving, 19th century.
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