Jan Milíč

(c. 1325—1374)

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the most important of the pre-Hussite reformers in Bohemia and Moravia. He held office in the Imperial chancery, but abandoned his temporal interests before the end of 1363 and preached vigorously against the vices of the clergy. In the later 1360s he was imprisoned by the Inquisition at Rome, and died at Avignon under suspicion of heresy.

Subjects: Christianity — Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).

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