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John Wycliffe and the Lollardy

Elliott, Kimball, Schwartz

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1.Founder of the Lollardy movement
7.Second thing Lollardy movement arose from (2 Words)
8.Wycliffe's ideas were more accepted here before 1410-Some Lollards fled here
9.School where Wycliffe taught and was fired from for his teachings
10.Object translated by Wycliffe that he believed everyone should have access to
11.Influences Chaucer's writing
13.Place where Wycliffe's bones were thrown (2 Words)
15.Wycliffe directly effected this in the process (2 Words)
16.Ideas spurred this movement led by Luther (2 Words)
19.These were disputed and led to mob violence
20.Strong opposer of Wycliffe who commenced book burning
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2.Movement started by Wycliffe
3.Founder was John Hus, a follower of Wycliffe
4.One thing that Lollardy movement arose from (2 Words)
5.Criticized the power and greed of this institution (2 Words)
6.Term, or moniker, given to Wycliffe (2 Words)
12.Wycliffe made the Bible open to people's own...
14.Derogatory nickname for heretic given to Wycliffe followers
17.What happened to over 200 manuscripts of Wycliffe
18."The Seventh" who persecuted Lollards for preaching

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