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and the monk, 203; appeals to the Kozi Hradek, tower of, Hus at, 157, 163,
pope against Hus's arrest, 204; affixes 164
protests against on the gates of the Kralove Hradec (Königgrätz) surrenders
cathedral, 205; and writes to Sigis to Sigismund, 328
mund, 205; appeals to Sigismund at Krasa, John, cruel sentence passed on by
the time of Hus's trial, 229; Hus's Sigismund, 327
letter to about his trial, 230; his Kristan of Prachatice, rector of the
generous speech and action in support university, conference held at house of,
of Hus, 234, 240; overhears Sigismund's 162
speech to the council, 241; Hus's last Kriz, part founder of the Bethlehem
message concerning, 256;' visits Hus Chapel, 69, 70, 131
in prison, 257

Kutna Hora (Kuttenberg), famous decree
John the elder, Lord of Usti, upholder of, 98; French embassy at for dis-
of reform, 157

cussion of Schism, 301; Hus and
John, (titular) Patriarch of Constanti Jerome at, 301; Sigismund receives
nople, appointed by Council of Con envoys from Prague at, 328; subdued

stance to report on Hus, 206, 207 by the Praguers, 338
John of Jandum, 5, 6
John of Jesenice, chosen as representa- Lacko of Kravar, Jerome of Prague's

tive of Hus at the papal court, 124; letter to, 304-306
protests against Palec's statement Ladislas, King of Naples, supporter of

concerning the Roman Church, 162 Gregory XII., invades papal states, 139
John of Maintz, Elector Archbishop, Ladislas Posthumus, son of King Albert

rides into Constance in full armour, 210 of Bohemia, 343; his death, 344
John (or Hanus) of Millheim, founder of Lefi, Lord Henry, Hus's last message to,
Bethlehem Chapel, 69

256
John of Paris, 4

Leipzig, university founded at, 102
John of Pribram, his work on the “ Letter of majesty,” granting privileges

Taborites, 336; his own idea of a to Lutherans, signed by Rudolph II.,
national church, 337

346
John of Reinstein, nicknamed “Kar- Letters, Latin and Bohemian, by Hus,

dinal,” sent by King Venceslas as editions and translations of, 291-293;
envoy to Pisa, 94; represents the Constance Letters, 296
University of Prague at the Council of Lipany, defeat of Taborites at, 334, 342
Constance, 194; not allowed a hearing, Lombard, Peter, his Sententiarum Libri
194

quatuor, Hus's great work on, 84-86
John of Rokycan, chosen by Estates of Loserth, Professor, on Hus and Wycliffe,

Bohemia as archbishop, 333; at the 16, 17, 19
meeting at Spitalske Pole,” 339; | Louis, son of King Vladislav, succeeds
at the Council of Basel, 341; pope his father, 344; killed at the battle of
refuses to recognise, 342, 343

Mohac, 344
John of Stekna, famous preacher, 66, 67 | Louis of Bavaria, King of the Germans,
John of Zelivo, Hussite and utraquist, his resistance to Rome, 4
his popularity in Prague, 322; his Louis, Count Palatine, arrives at Con-
sermon, 322; leads the faithful to the

stance, 210; conducts Hus to the
town hall, 323; struggle with priests stake, 263
at St. Stephen, 323; is struck by stone, Luther, Martin, translation by of some
323; denounces Sigismund, 324; his of Hus's letters, 291

fanaticism, 335
Joseph II., Emperor, his “ Toleranz Margaret of Moravia, 31
Patent,” 10

Margrave of Baden, at Constance, 210

Marik, or Mauritius de Praga, opponent
Kanis, Peter, fanatical preacher, 335 of church-reform, treatise of Hus
Kaplir, Catherine, of Sulevic, 71

against, 154, 155
Konopist, truce between Taborites and Marsiglio of Padua, his views on the
Calixtines concluded at, 339

temporal power of the pope, etc., as
Korybut, Prince, of Lithuania, repre stated in his Defensor Pacis, 5-8

sentative of the elected King of Martin V. proclaims crusade against
Bohemia, 338; mediates between the Bohemia, 326; enters into negotiations
contending Hussite parties, 339; leads with the Hussites, 340; consents to
the Calixtines to battle, 340

general council at Basel, 341

66

a

Matthew of Janov, reformer, 3, 4, 17, Mohamedans," nickname given to the

26, 31, 40, 44, 45; his birth and early opponents of reform, 165
life, 46; his academic honours and Moravia, allied Hussites march to con-
poverty, 46; receives a canonry of quest of, 340; campaign stopped by
Prague, 47; other dignities conferred

death of Zizka, 340
on, 47; views preached by, opposed to
the teaching of Rome, 47; summoned Nebovid, victory of Zizka over Sigismund
to appear before the archiepiscopal
court and forced to retract, 48; con-

at, 338
tinues his bold preaching, 49; further Nicholas V. repudiates the Compacts, 343

Newman, Cardinal, on poverty, 2
proceedings against, promises of obedi- Nicholas of Hus, 322; leads the Taborites
ence and reinstatement, 49, 50;

against Prague, 324
change comes over him and he re-

Nicholas of Pelhrimov, Calixtine bishop,
nounces all his earthly ambitions,

334; spokesman for the Taborites at
50, 51; he continues to preach against

the meeting of contending Hussites,
abuses, 52; his death, 52; summary

338
of his Regulae Veteris et Novi Testa-

Nicholas of Velenovic, surnamed Abra-
menti, 52–56; character of his work
in general, 57; his importance in

ham, accused of heresy and defended

by Hus, 81
connection with the Hussite move-

Nominalists and Realists, animosity of
ment, 57, 58; 59

the former against Hus, 232
Matthias, King of Hungary, war with Nuremberg, Hus's stay at, 194, 195

Bohemia, 344
Maximilian, King of Bohemia, 345
Meissen, Margrave of, ravages Bohemia, 68 Orthographia Bohemica, by Hus, 276, 296
Mendicant orders, their avarice and

immorality, and complaint against, Palec, Stephen, sent as envoy to Pisa,
by Conrad Waldhauser, 22, 23; their 93; arrested by order of Cardinal
persecution of the latter, 24, 25; Cossa, and subsequently liberated,
their enmity towards the reformer 93, 94; becomes an opponent of Hus,
Milic, 29, 30

131; at the disputation concerning the
Mensi Zrcadlo (the Smaller Mirror), by sale of indulgences, 142; at the church
Hus, 174

conference in Prague, 162; his bad
Michael de causis, opponent of Hus, faith, 163; leaves Bohemia and stirs

132; his bad reputation, 143; ap up public opinion against Hus, 163;
pointed advocate at the papal law arrives at Constance, 199;

he and
courts, 143, 149, 150; places accusa Michael de causis prepare articles
tion against Hus on door of church against Hus, 199; circulates false
at Constance, 196; he and Palec tale about Hus, 200; his part in
prepare articles against Hus, 199; Hus's arrest, 204; his false accusa-
circulates false tale about Hus, 200; tions against Hus, 207, 217; at Hus's
his part in the latter's arrest, 204; trial, 236-238, 240, 261
accusations against, prepared by, 207; | Papacy, its struggle with Germany, 2,
seizes opportunity of Hus's illness and 3; with the Kings of France, 4; views
weakness to confront him with op concerning temporal power of, 5-9
ponents, 208; his false accusations Peter of Mladenovic, spokesman of the
against Hus, 217, 218

Bohemian nobles at the Council of
Milic, John, of Kromerize, reformer, his Constance, 223-226; Hus's farewell

early life and piety, 25, 26; made gift to, 256; his account of Hus's
canon of St. Vitus in Prague, 26; last moments, 264–266; preserves
renounces all his worldly honours, 26; copies of Hus's writings, 290; on the
his apostolic poverty and preaching, governing body of the Calixtine church,
26, 27; denounces emperor as Anti 332; spokesman for the university
christ, 28; twice imprisoned and at meeting of contending Hussites, 338
released, 28, 29; his letter to the Peter of S. Angelo, Cardinal, his con-
pope, 29, 30; his asceticism, 30; his demnation of Hus, 143, 149
mission to fallen women, 31, 32; Pisa, meeting of cardinals at, to negotiate
proceedings taken against at instiga concerning the Schism, 89, 95; envoys
tion of the parish priests, 32-34; sent to by King Venceslas, 93, 94
he appeals to the pope and is declared Poland, reform movement in, 284, 285;
innocent, 34; his death, 35, 59

Jerome of Prague in, 303

an

Poles, part played by in the Hussite 115; document forwarded by to the
wars, 284

Bohemian synod, 160, 161; begs
Postilla, the, by Hus, 183–185, 289; Hus to remain in Bohemia, 173;
editions of, 292, 294, 296

helps to defray expense of Hus's
Prague, foundation of bishopric of, II; journey to Constance, 173; sends
Cathedral of charged with papal representative to Council, 194; Hus's
provisions," 13;

archdeaconal in farewell letter to, 254, 255; meeting
spection held in 1379, 1380, 14, 15; of chief theologians of to formulate
effect of Conrad Waldhauser's preaching Hussite doctrine, 320; sends repre-
in, 21-23; hostility between Germans sentative to meeting of contending
and Bohemians in, 72, 73; popular Hussites, 337, 338
demonstrations in, 108; hatred of Praguers, see Calixtines
the clergy among the people, 118; Predestination, Hus's opinion on, 187,
placed under interdict, 130;

188, 235
disturbance in, on account of sale of Pribislav, Castle, attacked by Zizka, 340
indulgences, 140 seq.; grotesque pro- Prokop the Great, and Prokop the Less,
cession through the streets of, 144; successors of Zizka, 340; the former
execution of three youths for protest at Council of Basel, 341; leader of
ing against simony, 146, 147; interdict Taborites at Lipany, 342
against, put into execution, 150; Protiva, informer against Hus, 107, 108,
anxiety in concerning Hus's fate, 216; 112, 113, 131
introduction of utraquism at, 216; Provisions,” papal, 13, 26
struggle between priests and heretics
at St. Stephen, 323; attack on the Ranco, Adalbert, reformer, 31, 40, 41,
town hall led by Zizka, 323; expulsion 42; becomes rector of the Univer-
from of non-utraquist priests, 324; sity of Paris, 42; reports on Milic's
German inhabitants leave the town, orthodoxy, as Canon of Prague, 42;
324; march of Taborites upon, 324; pronounces funeral oration on the
fury of people at introduction of Emperor Charles, 42; his fame as a
German mercenaries, 324; citizens preacher, 42; his letter concerning
seize the Vysehrad, 325; large part of frequent communions, 43;. protests
city destroyed, 325; peace restored, against the new festival in honour
325; citizens endeavour to come to of the Virgin, 44; his death, 44; at
agreement with Sigismund, 328; send Prague when Hus was a student, 66
to the Taborites to come to their aid, Replica Contra Prædicatorem Plznensem,
328; city surrounded by the

by Hus, 191
saders,” 329; the enemy is repulsed, Rome, autocratic tendencies of, first
329; arrival and death of Sigismund checked by Hussite movement, 3
in, 343; Roman archbishopric re- Rudolph II., King of Bohemia, struggle
established, 345

with his brother, 345; signs the
Prague, Articles of, 320; approved “ Letter of Majesty," 346

by the utraquist nobles, 330; meeting Rupert, Elector Palatine, elected King
between Romanists and Bohemians for of the Romans, 68, 94; his successor,
discussion of, 330, 331; accepted by

128, 129
Archbishop of Prague, 332; Ruthenians, Jerome of Prague's connec-

affirmed by meeting at Caslav, 338 tion with, 303, 308
Prague, University of, its foundation, 62,

63, 103-105; diversity of nations Sacrament, in both kinds, 1, 2; custom-
at, 63; its fame, 64; sends envoys ary in Bohemia, 10 (see Utraquism);
to Pisa, 93; division between Germans administration of by unworthy priests,
and Bohemians in as regarded the 3; views of Hus upon, 112, 167;
question of neutrality during the question of frequent communion, 35,
church schism, 95, 96; some of its 38; Ranco's letter upon, 43; Matthew
members accuse the “ Wycliffites of Janov's views on, 48, 53, 54, 58;
to King Venceslas, 96, 97; the king's Hus's adoption of the doctrine of
famous decree conferring increased transubstantiation, 191; 203, 207
privileges on the Bohemian members, Sermones de Sanctis, by Hus, 294
98, 99; departure of German students Sigismund, King of the Romans, after-
from, 102, 103; becomes a national wards Emperor, 128; ready to employ
university, 106; appeals against the any means to injure his brother, King
burning of Wycliffe's works, 114, Venceslas, 168; his negotiations with

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Pope John XXIII. concerning a as king by the Bohemians, 342; his
general council, 169; decides that it short reign and death at Prague, 343
shall be held at Constance, 171; pro- Simon, Cardinal of Rheims, begs Arch-
mises Hus a safe-conduct to Constance bishop Conrad to extirpate heresy, 167
and back, 172; his part in Hus's Simony, universal in Bohemia, 159;
arrest, 204; his feigned displeasure, horror of, a chief cause of the religious
205; remonstrances sent to, by the upheaval, 174, 175; Hus's treatise on,
Bohemian lords, 205; neglects their 159, 174; summary of, 175-182;
warning letter, 206; his arrival in Hus's closing words, 182, 183; his
Constance, 209; his neglect of Hus, letter to King of Poland concerning,
210; refuses the pope's offered bribe, 286, 287; 296
211; conciliates the council, 211; Slav and Teuton, racial animosity
neglects opportunity of releasing Hus, between, 275, 283, 284
214; pronounces imperial ban against Sophia, wife of King Venceslas, 71;
Duke Frederick, 214; his treachery appoints Hus her confessor, 77;
to Hus, 220; remonstrances addressed strongly supports his party, 98;
to, by Bohemian nobles, 222, 223, writes to the pope on behalf of freedom
225; revokes all letters of safe-con of preaching, 120; further remon-
duct, 225; determines that Hus shall strance from, 122; her influence over
not return to Bohemia, 227, 229; the king, 170; her fervent adherence
his feigned indignation with the to Hus, 281; her indignation at the
council, 229; Hus's answer to the treatment meted to him, 314; letter
Cardinal of Cambray increases his from Sigismund to, 317; appointed
anger against the reformer, 234; his regent of Bohemia, 324; calls German
words to Hus after the latter's speech mercenaries to her aid against the
about unworthy kings, 237; urges Taborites, 324
Hus to recant for his own political Spitalske pole”. (Spitalfield), great
purposes, 239, 242, 243; his address to meeting of Hussites at, 339
the council, 241, 242; receives further Stanislas of Znoymo, sent as envoy to
remonstrances from Bohemia, 242; Pisa, 93; arrested by order of Cardinal
his treachery referred to by Hus, 245; Cossa, and subsequently liberated,
is present at Hus's final trial and con 93, 94; opponent of Hus, 131; at
demnation, 258, 260; orders the Count the disputation concerning the sale
Palatine to lead Hus to the stake, 263; of indulgences, 142; at Church con-
indignation against, in Bohemia, 271, ference in Prague, 162; his panegyric
272, 314; discussion of his treachery, of the papal power, and Hus's answer
270, 271; hatred of Bohemians to, 192; his death, 199
towards, 271, 272; hostilities with Stokes, John, English envoy, his dispute
King of Poland, 286; covert threat to with Hus, 136, 137, 154; at Hus's
by Bohemian nobles, 315; his letters

trial, 231
to Venceslas and Queen Sophia con Stransky, Paul, Bohemian exile, 10
cerning heresy, etc., 316-318; heir to Super IV. Sententiarum, by Hus, 84, 85,
the throne of Bohemia, 323; his 289, 294, 295
temporising policy after his brother's Synod, Bohemian, 157, 159; proceedings
death, 324; appoints Queen Sophia at, 159-161; failure of to restore peace,
regent of Bohemia, 324; his answer to 16r
the demands of the Bohemian envoys,
325, 326; persuades the pope to declare | Taborites, the, 321; democratic char-
a crusade against Bohemia, 326; his acter of Taborite movement, 322;
cruelty to John Krasa, 327; crosses they march on Prague, 324; build
into Bohemia, 327; marches to Kutna their stronghold of Tabor, 325; march
Hora, 328; his ungracious reception to the help of Prague, 329; repulse
of the envoys from Prague, 328; the enemy, 329; their doctrines as
attacks Prague and is repulsed, 329; distinguished from those of Hus and
attempts to relieve the castle of the Calixtines, 333, 334; opposed to
Vysehrad, 331;

his defeat, 331; the hierarchy of the Roman Church,
returns from Bohemia, 331; his 334; their political principles, 334;
deposition pronounced by Bohemia, downfall of community. after the
338; reattacks Bohemia and defeated battle of Lipany, 334; their fanaticism
by Zizka, 338; enters into negotiations pernicious to the cause of reform, 336;
with the Hussites, 340, 341; recognised Pribram's work on, 336; Zizka joins

the extreme party, 338; wage war

on behalf of Hus, 122;

reasons for
with the Calixtine party, 339;

their his not being elected King of the
victories over, 339; truce with, 339; Romans, 129; orders confiscation of
march under Zizka against Moravia, the archbishop's property to refund
339, 340; adopt the name of the value of books burnt, 130; he is
Orphans ” after his th, 340; their

chosen as arbitrator between Hus and
defeat by the nobles at Lipany, 342 the archbishop, 132; his court physi-
Tannenberg, victory of King Vladislav cian made archbishop, 138; endeavours
at, 284

to mediate between Hus and the
Teuton (see Slav)

Roman party, 145;

forbids any
Thomas of Stitny, reformer, 27, 31, 36, participation in street riots on pain of
37; his views as given in his work death, 145; he and the queen persuade
Of General Christian Matters, 37, 38, Hus to leave Prague for a while, 153;
39; his Learned Entertainments, 40; his efforts at conciliating the hostile
falls out of touch with the leaders of parties, 157;. summons synod to
the reform movement, 40, 41; his use meet, 159; his disappointment at its
as a writer of the national language, 41; failure, 162; calls another conference,
his death, 41

162; his anger with Palec and sentence
Tiem, Venceslas, Dean of Passau, his of banishment against, 163; fears his

traffic in lulgences, 141; his desire treacherous brother Sigismund, 168;
to revenge himself on Hus, 198

his popularity, 170;

suspected of
“ Toleranz Patent” of Joseph II., 10 heresy, 170; his representative not
Transubstantiation, Hus's acceptance of, allowed a hearing at the Council of

and argument on, with D’Ailly at his Constance, 194; his speech on hearing
trial, 230-232

of Hus's execution, 272; his dis-

pleasure with his brother and the
Ulrich of Rosenberg, leader of the Bohemian priests, 314; refuses to
Romanist party, 343

join the confederated nobles, 316;
Utraquism, or communion in both kinds, loses his popularity and determines

53, 58; its introduction at Prague, to send to Sigismund for aid, 322;
217; influence of this on Hus's fate, hears of disturbance at Prague, seized
217, 218; decree against by the with apoplexy and dies, 323
council, 248; becomes the watch-Venceslas, Lord, of Duba, or Lestna,
word of the Hussite Church, 249; friend of Hus, 199, 201; his visit to
Hus's letter on the subject, 249, 250; him in prison, 219, 220; appeals to
outbreaks in Prague concerning, 319, Sigismund on his behalf, 229; over-
323, 324

hears Sigismund's speech to the
Utraquists, their attitude towards the council, 241; his visit and speech to

Church of Rome, 331, 332; retrograde Hus in prison, 257, 258
policy of, 343; adopt some of Luther's Vladislav, King of Poland, Hus estab-
views, 345

lishes relations with, 284; his victory

over the army of the Teutonic order,
Venceslas, King, college founded by, at 284; Hus's letters to, 284-288; at war

Prague, 65, 67; his kindness to Hus, with King of Hungary, 286; his am-
77; his action as regards the Schism, bassadors at the Council of Constance
92; sends envoys to Pisa, 93, 94; endeavour to save Hus, 288; offered
sends further envoy, 94; his willing the crown of Bohemia, 288
ness to remain neutral, 95; complaints Vladislav, Prince of Poland, King of
made to him of the Wycliffites " at Bohemia, 344
Prague, his angry words to Hus and Vlasim, Ocko of, Archbishop of Prague,
Jerome, 97; receives French embassy, 28; his distress at proceedings being
97, 98; his change of feeling and taken against Milic, 34
famous decree of Kutna Hora, 98; Vok, Lord, of Waldstein organises
further decree forbidding allegiance to grotesque procession through streets
Pope Gregory, 99, 100; his answer to of Prague, 143, 144; Jerome of
the remonstrance of the German Prague's part in, 303
students, 100-102; urges moderation Vyklady, expositions by Hus, 174, 289,
on Zbynek, 117; continues to extend

294, 296
protection to Hus, 120; writes to the Vysehrad, castle of, seized by citizens of
pope concerning the Bohemian con Prague, 325; besieged by the Hussites,
troversy, 120; remonstrates with pope 331; Sigismund defeated near, 331

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