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Mutii, Monsignore, 1566-1624 (ecclesiastic, Archbishop of Spalatro)



Marc'Antonio de Dominis (1566-1624) was trained by Jesuits and became Archbishop of Spalatro. He became disillusioned by Rome and came to England in 1616, where he was regarded as a convert to Anglicanism, and became Dean of Windsor in 1617. Tiring of England, he applied to leave, but was eventually expelled in 1622. He returned to Rome and was seized by the Inquisition, and posthumously judged a heretic.

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Thomas Baker's copies of documents, mainly relating to Cambridge University, Late seventeenth - early eighteenth century

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Mm.01.49
Scope and Contents 1. 'Testamentum Gul. Wickam Episcopi Winton.' pp. 1-12. 2. 'Oratio D. Tobiæ Matthæi, cum D. Dayum Oratorem sisteret.' pp. 13-18. 3. 'D. Tobiæ Matthæi Decani Ecclesiæ Christi Oxon. Precationes.' pp. 19-21. 4. 'Supplicatio pro D. Jamesio, ut Decanus esset Ædis Christi.' . pp. 22-26. 5. 'Consultation had May 1st 1561, about receiving a Nuncio from the Pope.' pp. 27-32. 6. 'Bp. Pilkington's Letter to the Earle of Leicester, circa Adiaphora.' pp. 33-36. 7. 'Reasons...
Dates: Late seventeenth - early eighteenth century
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