- Faus·tus [faw-stuh s] /ˈfɔ stəs/, Fausto Sozzini, 1539–1604, and his uncle, Lae·li·us [lee-lee-uh s] /ˈli li əs/, (Lelio Sozzini), 1525–62, Italian Protestant theologians and reformers.
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Thus, in 1656, the works of Socinus could only be printed at Irenopolis.A Budget of Paradoxes, Volume I (of II)
Augustus De Morgan
Martyr and Socinus both died at Zurich, and lie buried in its minster.The Story of Switzerland
From that time I became a daily visitor in the retreat of the followers of Socinus.
Fortunately, however, there arose dissensions between the Hungarian and the Polish adherents of Socinus.
There arrived from Cracow a troop of Hungarian soldiers who announced themselves as followers of Socinus.
- Faustus (ˈfɔːstəs), Italian name Fausto Sozzini, 1539–1604, and his uncle, Laelius (ˈliːlɪəs), Italian name Lelio Sozzini, 1525–62, Italian Protestant theologians and reformers
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