The Transmission of Wycliffite Texts to Bohemia

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dc.creator Hudson, Anne 2012-06-22T18:55:12Z 2012-06-22T18:55:12Z 1987-08
dc.identifier.citation Polata Knigopisnaia: an Information Bulletin Devoted to the Study of Early Slavic Books, Texts and Literatures, v16 (August 1987), 83-93, 152 en_US
dc.identifier.issn 0165-1862
dc.description Anne Hudson, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University en_US
dc.description Paper presented at a colloquium on Early Protestantism in Eastern Europe initially conceived by Anne Pennington for the Medieval Study Group. en_US
dc.description.abstract Wycliffe's teaching remained influential in England right up to the Reformation, Wycliffe's most apparent success in the sixty years after his death was far from his native land within the 'coasts of Bohemia'.... The dominant ethnic group at the Charles University in Prague were the Germans who were for the most part confirmed nominalists. The adoption by the Czechs of Wycliffe's realism was evidently the more ardent because it demonstrated their hostility to the Germans. The texts which travelled from England to Bohemia were well cherished in their new home, better far than they were in their native land. Polata 16: 83, 90. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher William R. Veder, Vakgroep Slavistiek, Katholieke Universiteit, Postbus 9103, 6500 HD Nijmegen (Holland) en_US
dc.subject Early Protestantism in Eastern Europe en_US
dc.subject John Wycliffe en_US
dc.subject Adalbert Rankonis of Ericinio en_US
dc.subject Conrad of Soltau en_US
dc.subject Nicholas Biceps en_US
dc.subject Jerome of Prague en_US
dc.subject Nicholas Faulfiš en_US
dc.subject Jiří of Knĕhnice en_US
dc.subject Robert Lychlade en_US
dc.subject Sir Thomas Latimer en_US
dc.subject Peter Payne en_US
dc.subject John Hus en_US
dc.subject Quintin Folkhyrde en_US
dc.title The Transmission of Wycliffite Texts to Bohemia en_US
dc.type Article en_US