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Łaski, Jan, 1499-1560

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Personal name headingŁaski, Jan, 1499-1560
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Variant(s)Johannes, a Lasco, 1499-1560
Laski, Johannes, 1499-1560
Laskiĭ, I︠A︡n, 1499-1560
Iohannes, a Lasco, 1499-1560
Lasco, Johannes a, 1499-1560
John, a Lasco, 1499-1560
Lasco, John à, 1499-1560
Lasco, Johs a, 1499-1560
Lasko, Johann, 1499-1560
Lasco, Johannis à, 1499-1560
Lasco, Joannes a, 1499-1560
Łaski, Jan, der Jüngere, 1499-1560
Lasco, Iean a, 1499-1560
Lasco, Jean a, 1499-1560
Lasco, Jean de, 1499-1560
Other standard no.0000000115681476
LocatedBasel (Switzerland) Emden (Lower Saxony, Germany) London (England) Frankenthal (Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany)
Birth date1499
Death date1560-01-08
Place of birthŁask (Poland)
Place of deathPińczów (Województwo Świętokrzyskie, Poland)
AffiliationCoetus der Reformierten Prediger Ostfrieslands Austin Friars (Church : London, England)
Profession or occupationHumanists Theologians Superintendents (Lutheran Church)
Found inHenschel, A. Johannes Laski, 1890
Katalog der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek, viewed November 28, 2022 (Łaski, Jan ; Polish reformer, humanist, theologian and main representative of Polish Calvinism ; not to be confused with his uncle, the theologian Jan Łaski (1456-1531) ; founder of the Assembly of Reformed preachers of East Friesland ; born 1499 in Łask, died 1560 in Pińczów ; variant names: Lasco, Johs a; Lasko, Johann; Lasco, Johannis à; Johannes, a Lasco; Lasco, Joannes a; Lasco, Johannes a; Laski, Johannes; Łaski, Jan, der Jüngere; Iohannes, a Lasco; Lasco, Iean a; Lasco, Jean a)
BnF, catalogue général, viewed November 28, 2022 (Łaski, Jan ; born 1499, died 8 January 1560 ; nephew of the primate of Poland Jan Łaski (1455-1531) ; in 1538, he converted to Protestantism ; fled Poland and settled in Emden in 1542 and became superintendent of the Church of East Friesland. Forced to flee again in 1548, he settled in England where he became superintendent of the German (actually Dutch) Church. The accession to the throne of Queen Mary forced him to leave: the Dutch Church took refuge in Denmark, from there to Emden, and finally to Frankenthal in the Palatinate ; variant names: Lasco, Jean à; Lasco, Jean de)
English Wikipedia, viewed November 28, 2022 (Jan Łaski ; was a Polish Calvinist reformer ; went in 1523 to Basel ; in 1542, he became pastor of a Protestant church at Emden ; shortly after, he went to England, where in 1550 he was superintendent of the Strangers' Church of London)