1551 births, 1551 by country, 1551 crimes, 1551 deaths, 1551 establishments, 1551 in Europe, 1551 in international relations, 1551 in law, 1551 in science, Conflicts in 1551, Henry III of France, Oda Nobuhide, William Camden, Martin Bucer.
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 99. Chapters: 1551 births, 1551 by country, 1551 crimes, 1551 deaths, 1551 establishments, 1551 in Europe, 1551 in international relations, 1551 in law, 1551 in science, Conflicts in 1551, Henry III of France, Oda Nobuhide, William Camden, Martin Bucer, Margaret Leijonhufvud, National University of San Marcos, Fausto Veranzio, Agnes von Mansfeld-Eisleben, Alice Arden, Abu'l-Fazl ibn Mubarak, Pontifical Gregorian University, Adriaen Isenbrandt, Giulio Caccini, Sweating sickness, Benedetto Pallavicino, University of Seville, Timothy Bright, Domenico di Pace Beccafumi, University of Dillingen, Kaspar Glatz, John Luttrell, Siege of Tripoli, Charlotte de Sauve, Barbara Radziwill, Historiae animalium, George Martinuzzi, Maria Anna of Bavaria, Maurice, Duke of Saxe-Lauenburg, Nicolaus Reimers, Sebastián de Belalcázar, Sir Anthony Ashley, Shin Saimdang, Christopher Carleill, Joachim Vadian, Patrick Galloway, Jean Ango, Henry Swinburne, Luis de Moscoso Alvarado, Eusebius Pagit, Mirza Muhammad Haidar Dughlat, Stygge Krumpen, Abdul-Haqq Dehlavi, Jacopo da Empoli, Johannes Baptista Montanus, Giovanni I Cornaro, Bhai Gurdas, Gregory Cromwell, 1st Baron Cromwell, Girolamo Genga, George Tuchet, 1st Earl of Castlehaven, John V, Prince of Anhalt-Zerbst, Henry Brandon, 2nd Duke of Suffolk, Anthony Cope, List of state leaders in 1551, Charles Brandon, 3rd Duke of Suffolk, Murrough O'Brien, 1st Earl of Thomond, Thomas Wentworth, 1st Baron Wentworth, Henry Holbeach, Sancho de Tovar e Silva, Ercole Sassonia, Jean Chapeauville, Cinzio Passeri Aldobrandini, Martin Delrio, Camillo Procaccini, Codorníu Winery, Peter Monau, Henry Hastings, Juan de Zúñiga y Avellaneda, Treason Act 1551, John Wallop, John Stewart, 3rd Earl of Buchan, John Thornborough, Juan Jiménez de Montalvo, Nizamuddin Ahmad, Edmund Butler, Aoyama Tadanari, Ludovico Pasquali, Zofia Szydlowiecka, George Blagge, Filippo Giunti, John Sherry, Thomas Drury, 1551 in poetry, Henry Rowlands, Ouchi Yoshitaka, Robert Dormer, 1st Baron Dormer, Jürgen von Farensbach, Treaty of Weissenburg, Richard Sherry, Albert de Rippe, Stanislaw Stadnicki, Nikollë Bardhi, John Redman, Fray Tomás de Berlanga, Katarzyna Tomicka, Charles II de Croÿ, Paolo Virchi, Invasion of Gozo, Christoph Schappeler, Bastiano da Sangallo, Lawrence Tanfield, Edmund Dunch, Anastasius Germonius, Alessandro Alberti, Sieges of Toishi, Luigi Benfatto, Sahib I Giray, James Colville, 1st Lord Colville of Culross, Jean de Beaumanoir, Richard Fermor, Sagara Taketo, 1551 in art, William Oliphant, Lord Newton, Nijo Korefusa, Valetta, Malta Tornado, Diego de Arroyo, Hugh Whitehead, Mori Motokiyo, François Connan, List of colonial governors in 1551, Shimozuma Chuko, Qosçaq, Zbynek Berka z Dubé, 1551 in music, Kuwana Yoshinari, Martin Akakia, 1551 in Ireland. Excerpt: Martin Bucer (early German: ) (11 November 1491 - 28 February 1551) was a Protestant reformer based in Strasbourg who influenced Lutheran, Calvinist, and Anglican doctrines and practices. Bucer was originally a member of the Dominican Order, but after meeting and being influenced by Martin Luther in 1518 he arranged for his monastic vows to be annulled. He then began to work for the Reformation, with the support of Franz von Sickingen. Bucer's efforts to reform the church in Wissembourg resulted in his excommunication from the Roman Catholic Church, and he was forced to flee to Strasbourg. There he joined a team of reformers which included Matthew Zell, Wolfgang C...