Historical Fiction Eastwood, Frances: Geoffrey the Lollard.V1.16 Feb. 2015
#1  crich70 02-16-2015, 01:50 PM
From Wikipedia
Lollard, Lollardi or Loller was the popular derogatory nickname given to those without an academic background, educated if at all only in English, who were reputed to follow the teachings of John Wycliffe in particular, and were certainly considerably energized by the translation of the Bible into the English language. By the mid-15th century, "lollard" had come to mean a heretic in general. The alternative, "Wycliffite", is generally accepted to be a more neutral term covering those of similar opinions, but having an academic background.
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