Tetzel, John (14551519)

Tetzel, John, a Dominican monk, born at Leipzig; was employed in the sale of indulgences to all who subscribed to the fund for building St. Peter's at Rome, in opposition to whom and his doings Luther published his celebrated theses in 1517, and whose extravagances involved him in the censure of the Church (14551519).

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

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Tersanctus
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Test Act
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Tetanus
Tethys
Tetragrammaton
Tetuan
Tetzel, John
Teufelsdröck
Teutonic Knights
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Texel
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