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101 Gudenaus, _Codex Diplomatic. Anecdota_, iv. 469-475 (1758).

102 Walther, _Die deutsche Bibeluebersetzungen des Mittelalters_ (Brunswick, 1889).

103 Sebastian Brand, _Narrenschiff_, Preface, lines 1-4:

"Alle Land ist jetz voll heilger Schrift, Und was der seelen Heil betrifft Bibel und heilger Vater Lehr Und andrer frommen Buecher mehr."

_ 104 Magna Bibliotheca Patrum_ (Coloniae Agrippinae, 1618), vol. xiii. pp. 290-301.

105 SOURCES: Casanova and Guasti, _Poesie di G. Savonarola_ (Florence, 1862); _Scella di Prediche e Scritti di Fra G. Savonarola, con nuovi Documenti intorno alla sua Vita_, by Villari and Casanova (Florence, 1898); Bayonne, _OEuvres Spirituelles choisies de Jerome Savonarola_ (Paris, 1879); _The Workes of Sir Thomas More ... written by him in the Englyshe tonge_ (London, 1557); Erasmus, _Opera Omnia_, ed. Le Clerc (Leyden, 1703-1706); Nichols, _The Epistles of Erasmus from his earliest letters to his fifty-first year, arranged in order of time_ (London, 1901); _Enchiridion Militis Christiani_ (Cambridge, 1685); _The whole Familiar Colloquies of Erasmus_ (London, 1877); Sir Thomas More, _Utopia_ (Temple Classics Series).

LATER WORKS: Villari,

_Girolamo Savonarola_, 2 vols. (Florence, 1887-1888; Eng. trans., London, 1890); Seebohm, _The Oxford Reformers: John Colet, Erasmus, and Thomas More_, etc. (London, 1887); Drummond, _Erasmus, his life and character_ (London, 1873); Woltmann, _Holbein and his Time_ (London, 1872); Fronde, _Life and Letters of Erasmus_ (London, 1894); Amiel, _Un libre penseur du 16 siecle: Erasme_ (Paris, 1889); Emmerton, _Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam_ (New York. 1899).

_ 106 The Workes of Sir Thomas More, Knyght, sometyme Lorde Chancellour of England, Wrytten by him in the Englysh tonge_ (London, 1557), p. 6 C.

_ 107 The Works of Sir Thomas More, Knyght, sometyme Lorde Chancellor of England, Wrytten by him in the Englysh tonge_ (London, 1557), p. 13 C.

_ 108 Ibid._ 5 A.

_ 109 Ibid._ 6 B.

_ 110 Ibid._ 6 C.

_ 111 Ibid._ 8 D.

_ 112 Ibid._ 6 D.

_ 113 The Works of Sir Thomas More, Knyght, sometyme Lorde Chancellour of England, Wrytten by him in the Englysh tonge_ (London, 1557), 13 F.

_ 114 Ibid._ 12 D.

_ 115 Ibid._ 7 D.

_ 116 Life and Times of Girolamo Savonarola_, p. 771 (Eng. trans., London, 1897).

117 Seebohm, _The Oxford Reformers: John Colet, Erasmus, and Thomas More; being a history of their fellow-work_, 2nd ed. p. 125 (London, 1869). Mr. Seebohm seems to think that the Reformers clung to the mediaeval conception of the inspiration of Scripture. Calvin held the same ideas as Colet, and expressed them in the same way. Cf. his comments on Matt. xxvii. 9: "Quomodo Hieremiae nomen obrepserit, me nescire fateor, _nec anxie laboro_: certe Hieremiae nomen _errore_ positum esse pro Zacharia, res ipsa ostendit"; and his comment on Acts vii. 16: "quare his locus corrigendus est."


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