Wycliffe and the Lollards

Peter Heidtmann introduces the charismatic leader of a reforming heretical sect at the end of the fourteenth century.

In this 19th-century illustration, John Wycliffe is shown giving the Bible translation that bore his name to his Lollard followers.On March 1st, 1410, John Badby, a tailor of Evesham, was tried for heresy at the Blackfriars in London.

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