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Cranmer, Thomas

Born: 1489 AD
Died: 1556 AD
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1489 – Born in Aslacton on the 2nd of July.

1530 – He and Foxe compiled the Collectanea Satis Copiosa, giving legal and historical precedent of cases such as Henry’s, allowing the King to build an academic case to break with Rome.

1532 – He became ambassador to the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V.

1533 – On the 30th of March, Cranmer was appointed Archbishop of Canterbury after the death of Warham.

1538 – He condemned the views of John Lambert when he denied transubstantiation.

1556 – Died on the 21st of March.

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