FERDINAND I, HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR, 1503-1564.
Ferdinand I, Wir Ferdinand von Gottes genaden Römischer, zů Hungern vnd Behaim &c. Künig ... Nachdem vns glaublichen anlangt, das sich in vnsern erblichen Fürstenthumben vnnd Landen hin vnnd wider, etliche vnderfahen, die Jugent zü Instituirn, vnd Schülen zühaltern, 1551

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Creator: Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor, 1503-1564.
Title: Ferdinand I, Wir Ferdinand von Gottes genaden Römischer, zů Hungern vnd Behaim &c. Künig ... Nachdem vns glaublichen anlangt, das sich in vnsern erblichen Fürstenthumben vnnd Landen hin vnnd wider, etliche vnderfahen, die Jugent zü Instituirn, vnd Schülen zühaltern, 1551
Call Number:Manuscript Collection No. 459
Extent: 0.1 cubic feet (1 broadside)
Abstract:Broadside banning Protestant seminaries in Central Europe.
Language:Materials entirely in German.

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Part of the Richard C. Kessler Reformation Collection of Pitts Theology Library.

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[after identification of item(s)], Ferdinand I, Wir Ferdinand von Gottes genaden Römischer (MSS 459), Archives and Manuscript Department, Pitts Theology Library, Emory University.

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Biographical Note

Ferdinand I (1503-1564) became the king of Bohemia and Hungary in 1526 and later became the Holy Roman Emperor in 1556. He held these positions until his death in 1564.

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This broadside containing legislation prohibiting the teaching of Protestant theology was issued by King Ferdinand I of Hungary and Bohemia (later Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire). The law effectively banned the establishment of Protestant seminaries (that were springing up across Central Europe and allowed only the teaching of the Catholic Church in Habsburg territories.


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