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A satire against the “old” religion.

Full title: Argument disses biechleins. : Symon Hessus zeygt an Doctori Martino Luther vrsach, warumb die Luttherische bücher von den Coloniensern vnd Louaniensern verbrent worde[n] sein, dan[n] Martinus hatt des begert in[n] eynem büchlein dar in[n] er vrsach sagt mit xxx. artickeln im[m] geystlichen recht begriffen warumb er de[n] Bapst sein Recht zu Wittenberg verbrent hatt

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S. Grimm und M. Wirsung


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Albert A. Howard Book History Collection


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Catholic Church; Controversial literature; Book burning


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Argument disses biechleins



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