Servetus, Michael

Servetus, Michael, physician, born at Tudela, in Navarre; had a leaning to theology, and passing into Germany associated with the Reformers; adopted Socinianism, and came under ban of the orthodox, and was burnt alive at Geneva, after a trial of two months, under sanction, it is said, of Calvin (1511-1553).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Serapis
Seraskier
Serbonian Bog
Serfs
Seringapatam
Serjeant-at-Arms
Serpent, The
Serpukoff
Serrano y Dominguez
Sertorius
Servetus, Michael
Servia
Servius Tullius
Sesostris
Sestertius
Settle, Elkanah
Setubal
Seven Champions of Christendom
Seven Deadly Sins
Seven Dolours of the Virgin
Seven Sages of Greece