8 August 1523. The day or lermite, Jean Vallière is the first reformed of France to be burned - The Point

On August 8, 1523, the hermit Jean Vallière does not seem to appreciate the immense honour done him to be the first reformed French to be burned alive. Soon, th

8 August 1523. The day or lermite, Jean Vallière is the first reformed of France to be burned - The Point

On August 8, 1523, the hermit Jean Vallière does not seem to appreciate the immense honour done him to be the first reformed French to be burned alive. Soon, they will be hundreds of lutherans to be burnt by the fire or by the sword, slaughtered by the good cathos. The tribunal of the Inquisition was delivered to the justice of the men who sentenced him to be reduced to ashes. Extracting the " bad " monk of its jail to the Concierge, the executioner takes him to a dump truck, garbage as requested by the judges. A heretic does not deserve better.

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