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The Actes and Monuments, popularly known as Foxe's Book of Martyrs, is a work of Protestant history and martyrology by Protestant English historian John Foxe, first published in 1563 by John Day. It includes a polemical account of the sufferings of Protestants under the Catholic Church, with particular emphasis on England and Scotland. The book was highly influential in those countries and helped shape lasting popular notions of Catholicism there. The book went through four editions in Foxe's lifetime and a number of later editions and abridgements, including some that specifically reduced the text to a Book of Martyrs.

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  • Le Livre des Martyrs de Foxe, par John Foxe, est un récit des martyrs chrétiens à travers l'Histoire de l'Occident du Ier siècle jusqu'au début du XVIe siècle, et mettant l'accent sur les souffrances des protestants et proto-protestants anglais depuis le XIVe siècle jusqu'au règne de Marie Ire. D'abord publié en 1563 par l'éditeur protestant John Day, le livre fut somptueusement produit et illustré avec beaucoup de gravures sur bois et fut le plus important projet de publication en Grande-Bretagne jamais réalisé jusqu'alors. Largement possédé et lu par les puritains anglais, le livre contribua à modeler l'opinion populaire britannique sur la nature du catholicisme pour de nombreux siècles. (fr)
  • The Actes and Monuments, popularly known as Foxe's Book of Martyrs, is a work of Protestant history and martyrology by Protestant English historian John Foxe, first published in 1563 by John Day. It includes a polemical account of the sufferings of Protestants under the Catholic Church, with particular emphasis on England and Scotland. The book was highly influential in those countries and helped shape lasting popular notions of Catholicism there. The book went through four editions in Foxe's lifetime and a number of later editions and abridgements, including some that specifically reduced the text to a Book of Martyrs. (en)
  • El libro de los mártires, escrito por John Foxe y publicado por primera vez por John Day en 1563, con muchas ediciones subsecuentes hechas por el mismo editor, es una descripción sobre las persecuciones de protestantes, principalmente en Inglaterra, y a otros grupos de siglos anteriores quienes fueron considerados por Foxe y otros de sus contemporáneos, tales como John Bale, como los precursores de la reforma protestante a través de la cual el linaje de la Iglesia de Inglaterra puede ser rastreado. Aunque el trabajo se conoce comúnmente como El libro de Foxe de los mártires, el título completo es Actes and Monuments of these Latter and Perillous Days, touching Matters of the Church. El trabajo fue producido e ilustrado pródigamente con gran cantidad de grabados en madera. La primera parte del libro trata sobre los primeros mártires cristianos, narra una breve historia de la iglesia medieval, incluyendo la Inquisición, y una historia de Wiclef y del movimiento de los lolardos (Foxe los consideraba «la estrella de la mañana» de la Reforma). La segunda parte trata de los reinados de Enrique VIII y Eduardo VI, y en el tercero del reinado de María. Las descripciones que Foxe hizo del reinado de María y de los martirios que ocurrieron durante el mismo fueron muy influyentes en la formación de una identidad nacional inglesa y protestante. La intención de Foxe era atacar a la Iglesia católica, centrándose sobre todo en la persecución de María, y establecer una justificación histórica para la fundación de la Iglesia de Inglaterra como la encarnación contemporánea de la verdadera iglesia católica, más que como una nueva religión o secta. La descripción de Foxe de los años del reinado de María está basada en la extensión de 1559 de Robert Crowley de una historia de 1549 de Thomas Cooper, que a su vez era una extensión de un trabajo comenzado por Thomas Lanquet. Cooper, quien se hizo obispo en la época de Isabel I, objetó duramente la apropiación de Crowley de su historia e hizo rápidamente dos nuevas «ediciones corregidas». Foxe continuó recogiendo material para ampliar su trabajo a través de toda su vida, realizando tres ediciones revisadas. Después de la terminación de la segunda (1570), la Convocación ordenó que cada iglesia catedral tuviera una copia. El trabajo de Foxe fue enorme (la segunda edición llenaba dos pesados volúmenes con 2300 páginas en total) y la producción del editor John Day, quien trabajaba cercanamente a Foxe, fue el proyecto de publicación más grande hecho en Inglaterra hasta ese momento. (es)
  • 폭스의 순교사(Foxe's Book of Martyrs)는 존 폭스가 쓴 역사서이다. 원제는 활동과 기념비(Actes and Monuments)이지만 폭스의 순교사라는 제목으로 더 잘 알려져 있다. 중세시대 로마 가톨릭 교회에 의해 저질러진 개신교인에 대한 탄압과 학살을 기록한 책으로 메리 1세 (잉글랜드)의 치하에서 겪었던 극심한 박해의 기억을 보존하였다. 존 번연 의 <<천로역정>>과 함께 기독교 고전의 쌍벽을 이루는 책이다. 이 책의 뒷부분은 존 폭스 사후 시대의 가톨릭 교회의 박해 기사들을 폭스의 문체를 살려 편집해 놓았다. (ko)
  • Het boek van de martelaren, geschreven door werd in 1563 voor het eerst gepubliceerd door . Het boek beschrijft de vervolging van de protestanten, vooral in Engeland. Mooi uitgegeven en geïllustreerd met veel houtsneden was het in die tijd het grootste uitgeefproject ooit.Het wordt ook "Foxe's Book of Martyrs" genoemd, maar de volledige naam van het werk is "Actes and Monuments of these Latter and Perillous Days, touching Matters of the Church". Het eerste deel bevat een beschrijving van de vroege christelijke martelaren, een korte geschiedenis van de middeleeuwse Kerk en de inquisitie, het tweede deel beschrijft de afsplitsing van de Church of England onder Hendrik VIII van Engeland en het derde deel het bewind van Maria I van Engeland. Een heruitgave verscheen in 2017: * Foxe’s Book of Martyrs, John Foxe, ed. Paul L. Maier & R. C. Linnenkugel; uitg. Kregel Publications, Grand Rapids 2017; ISBN 978 0 8254 4329 9. (nl)
  • O Livro dos Mártires é um dos mais famosos livros da literatura protestante, e apenas entre 1563 e 1684 teve nove edições. Escrito por John Foxe e publicado pela primeira vez em latim, em 1559, e depois em inglês, em 1563, com o nome The Actes and Monuments of These Latter and Perilous Dayes, o livro narra a história de sofrimento e perseguição dos principais mártires cristãos, começando por Jesus Cristo e até o final do reinado de Maria I (chamada pelos protestantes de Maria Sanguinária, devido às perseguições que sofreram durante o reinado dela). Narra as histórias de reformadores e mártires famosos, como Policarpo, John Wycliffe, John Huss, Lutero, , Thomas Cranmer e muitos outros que sofreram perseguição e martírio pelos pagãos e pela Inquisição. O livro foi também ilustrado com gravuras. O Livro dos Mártires moldou por séculos a consciência religiosa da Inglaterra. O livro contém uma severa crítica ao catolicismo e busca dar apoio à Igreja da Inglaterra, que fez o possível para colocar uma cópia dele em todas as paróquias do país. No Brasil, a primeira tradução foi publicada em 2001, mas a tradução definitiva foi publicada em 2003, feita pelo especialista em língua inglesa . (pt)
  • Book of Martyrs (egentligen Actes and Monuments, även känd som Foxe's Book of Martyrs) är en bok av John Foxe, utgiven 1563. I boken beskriver Foxe de kristna, främst brittiska, martyrerna i den västerländska historien från det första århundradet till och med tidigt 1500-tal. Stor vikt läggs vid de protestantiska martyrerna under 1500-talet under Maria den förstas regim. Boken är en klassiker och är rikt utrustad med illustrationer. (sv)
  • «Акты и памятники» (англ. Actes and Monuments), или Книга мучеников Фокса (англ. Foxe's Book of Martyrs) — исторический труд Джона Фокса (1517—1587), впервые опубликованный в 1563 году протестантским печатником Джоном Дэем мартиролог, повествующий об истории протестантизма. В книге Фокс описывает христианских, в основном, британских, мучеников с 37 года до начала XVI века. Большое значение придаётся протестантским мученикам XVI века во время правления королевы Англии Марии I. (ru)
  • 《殉教者之書》(Foxe's Book of Martyrs,中文有《殉道者名录》《殉道史》《殉道者書》《殉道者之書》《殉教者書》等等多個譯名),原題《在這末後危險歲月裡關乎教會的事跡與見證》(The Actes and Monuments of These Latter and Perilous Dayes, Touching Matters of the Church),又作《行傳與見證》((The Acts and Monuments),是一本基督新教殉道者的傳記,作者是英格蘭人约翰·福克斯(John Foxe,生卒年:1517─1587)。本書记录了從早期基督教到16世紀的基督教殉道者,當中多數是被羅馬天主教處決的基督新教殉道者,人物也以英国人較多。1563年,该书由一位坚定的新教徒印刷商首度出版,印刷精美,配有很多木刻的插图,是当时英国最巨大的出版工程。之后還出現多個后续版本。 (zh)
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  • A page of the first English-language edition, printed by John Day in 1563 (en)
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  • John Milner, History Civil and Ecclesiastical and Survey of Antiquities of Winchester , cited in (en)
  • Along with William Tyndale's Bible in English, Thomas Cranmer's "Book of Common Prayer", Miltons "Paradise Lost", John Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress", and Isaac Watts's "Hymns". Gordon Rupp, Six Makers of English Religion 1500-1700 , p 53. (en)
  • Foxe and other English reformers interpreted Wycliffe as a forerunner of the Reformation. (en)
  • In short, Foxe reacted to Harpsfield's challenge like the commander of a besieged city, abandoning what could not be defended and fortifying what could. Harpsfield drove Foxe to more intensive and extensive research and made his martyrology a more impressive, although not necessarily more accurate, work of scholarship." (en)
  • That it was Grindal's project to produce an English 'book of martyrs' see Patrick Collinson, Archbishop Grindal The Struggle for the reformed church, 78-82. The professor was following Grindal's trail, and revealed no further correspondence between the two men after Grindal's 1558 letter to Foxe, from the ship that took him to a Bishopric in London. Grindal wrote to Foxe still in Basle 'to hold up production' of his [Foxe's] proposed Latin edition (en)
  • Harpsfield, a former archdeacon of Canterbury under Mary I, wrote under the name of Alan Cope, Dialogi sex, contra summi pontificatus, monasticae vitae, sanctorum, sacrarum imaginum oppugnatores, et pseudomartyres , a thousand page book, with the sixth dialogue aimed at Foxe. (en)
  • The uncommon measures used to focus the materiality of this book, registering its physical impact, as experienced even by twentieth century readers. Description derived in private communication among Patrick Collinson, Devorah Greenberg and Mark Greengrass while examining a first edition book (en)
  • The Short Title Registry of the Stationers's Company lists the first printed text by John Taylor, 1631, The Book of Martyrs ; next appearance is in 1732, by "An Impartial Hand" ; Kennedy, Foxe's Book of Martyrs, 1840, OCLC 22456257. 'Chrolonological Bibliography' in "Reflexive Foxe: The Book of Martyrs Transformed ; and "'Foxe' as a Methodological Response to Epistemic Challenges: The Book of Martyrs Transported, John Foxe at Home and Abroad David Loades, ed. , 'Sample Bibliography' pp.253-5. (en)
  • Linking Foxe's text to nationalism is so conventional that it had become 'old hat', as Patrick Collinson observed, while composing another essay expressing the connection between Foxe's text and nationalism -- which is not the same as exhibiting a connection between religious sentiment and nationalism. The nineteenth-century Welsh chose to break away from the Anglican Church as a matter of politics and an expression of national ethnic and linguistic difference that they intended not to lose entirely. (en)
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  • Le Livre des Martyrs de Foxe, par John Foxe, est un récit des martyrs chrétiens à travers l'Histoire de l'Occident du Ier siècle jusqu'au début du XVIe siècle, et mettant l'accent sur les souffrances des protestants et proto-protestants anglais depuis le XIVe siècle jusqu'au règne de Marie Ire. D'abord publié en 1563 par l'éditeur protestant John Day, le livre fut somptueusement produit et illustré avec beaucoup de gravures sur bois et fut le plus important projet de publication en Grande-Bretagne jamais réalisé jusqu'alors. Largement possédé et lu par les puritains anglais, le livre contribua à modeler l'opinion populaire britannique sur la nature du catholicisme pour de nombreux siècles. (fr)
  • The Actes and Monuments, popularly known as Foxe's Book of Martyrs, is a work of Protestant history and martyrology by Protestant English historian John Foxe, first published in 1563 by John Day. It includes a polemical account of the sufferings of Protestants under the Catholic Church, with particular emphasis on England and Scotland. The book was highly influential in those countries and helped shape lasting popular notions of Catholicism there. The book went through four editions in Foxe's lifetime and a number of later editions and abridgements, including some that specifically reduced the text to a Book of Martyrs. (en)
  • 폭스의 순교사(Foxe's Book of Martyrs)는 존 폭스가 쓴 역사서이다. 원제는 활동과 기념비(Actes and Monuments)이지만 폭스의 순교사라는 제목으로 더 잘 알려져 있다. 중세시대 로마 가톨릭 교회에 의해 저질러진 개신교인에 대한 탄압과 학살을 기록한 책으로 메리 1세 (잉글랜드)의 치하에서 겪었던 극심한 박해의 기억을 보존하였다. 존 번연 의 <<천로역정>>과 함께 기독교 고전의 쌍벽을 이루는 책이다. 이 책의 뒷부분은 존 폭스 사후 시대의 가톨릭 교회의 박해 기사들을 폭스의 문체를 살려 편집해 놓았다. (ko)
  • Book of Martyrs (egentligen Actes and Monuments, även känd som Foxe's Book of Martyrs) är en bok av John Foxe, utgiven 1563. I boken beskriver Foxe de kristna, främst brittiska, martyrerna i den västerländska historien från det första århundradet till och med tidigt 1500-tal. Stor vikt läggs vid de protestantiska martyrerna under 1500-talet under Maria den förstas regim. Boken är en klassiker och är rikt utrustad med illustrationer. (sv)
  • «Акты и памятники» (англ. Actes and Monuments), или Книга мучеников Фокса (англ. Foxe's Book of Martyrs) — исторический труд Джона Фокса (1517—1587), впервые опубликованный в 1563 году протестантским печатником Джоном Дэем мартиролог, повествующий об истории протестантизма. В книге Фокс описывает христианских, в основном, британских, мучеников с 37 года до начала XVI века. Большое значение придаётся протестантским мученикам XVI века во время правления королевы Англии Марии I. (ru)
  • 《殉教者之書》(Foxe's Book of Martyrs,中文有《殉道者名录》《殉道史》《殉道者書》《殉道者之書》《殉教者書》等等多個譯名),原題《在這末後危險歲月裡關乎教會的事跡與見證》(The Actes and Monuments of These Latter and Perilous Dayes, Touching Matters of the Church),又作《行傳與見證》((The Acts and Monuments),是一本基督新教殉道者的傳記,作者是英格蘭人约翰·福克斯(John Foxe,生卒年:1517─1587)。本書记录了從早期基督教到16世紀的基督教殉道者,當中多數是被羅馬天主教處決的基督新教殉道者,人物也以英国人較多。1563年,该书由一位坚定的新教徒印刷商首度出版,印刷精美,配有很多木刻的插图,是当时英国最巨大的出版工程。之后還出現多個后续版本。 (zh)
  • El libro de los mártires, escrito por John Foxe y publicado por primera vez por John Day en 1563, con muchas ediciones subsecuentes hechas por el mismo editor, es una descripción sobre las persecuciones de protestantes, principalmente en Inglaterra, y a otros grupos de siglos anteriores quienes fueron considerados por Foxe y otros de sus contemporáneos, tales como John Bale, como los precursores de la reforma protestante a través de la cual el linaje de la Iglesia de Inglaterra puede ser rastreado. (es)
  • Het boek van de martelaren, geschreven door werd in 1563 voor het eerst gepubliceerd door . Het boek beschrijft de vervolging van de protestanten, vooral in Engeland. Mooi uitgegeven en geïllustreerd met veel houtsneden was het in die tijd het grootste uitgeefproject ooit.Het wordt ook "Foxe's Book of Martyrs" genoemd, maar de volledige naam van het werk is "Actes and Monuments of these Latter and Perillous Days, touching Matters of the Church". Een heruitgave verscheen in 2017: (nl)
  • O Livro dos Mártires é um dos mais famosos livros da literatura protestante, e apenas entre 1563 e 1684 teve nove edições. Escrito por John Foxe e publicado pela primeira vez em latim, em 1559, e depois em inglês, em 1563, com o nome The Actes and Monuments of These Latter and Perilous Dayes, o livro narra a história de sofrimento e perseguição dos principais mártires cristãos, começando por Jesus Cristo e até o final do reinado de Maria I (chamada pelos protestantes de Maria Sanguinária, devido às perseguições que sofreram durante o reinado dela). Narra as histórias de reformadores e mártires famosos, como Policarpo, John Wycliffe, John Huss, Lutero, , Thomas Cranmer e muitos outros que sofreram perseguição e martírio pelos pagãos e pela Inquisição. O livro foi também ilustrado com gravur (pt)
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