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date: 18 August 2019

Wyclif [Wycliffe], John [called Doctor Evangelicus]locked

(d. 1384)
  • Anne Hudson
  •  and Anthony Kenny

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Wyclif [Wycliffe], John [called Doctor Evangelicus] (d. 1384), theologian, philosopher, and religious reformer, was, according to the chronicler Thomas Walsingham, a northerner.

There is good reason to think that Wyclif was a member of the Richmondshire family from the North Riding village of ...

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