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Ad Carolum Romanorum imperatorem fidei ratio

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  • "Early works"@en
  • "Early works"
  • "Early works."
  • "Early works."@en
  • "Controversial literature."@en
  • "Controversial literature."
  • "Controversial literature"
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  • "Accompt reckoning and confession of the faith of Ulrich Zwingli"
  • "The accompt rekenynge and confession of the faith, etc."
  • "The accompt and confession of the faith : Geneva, 1555 /"
  • "The accompt rekenynge and confession of the faith of Huldrik Zwinglius byshop of Zuryk the chief towne of Heluetia : sent vnto Charles the fyfte nowe Emperoure of Rome, holdynge a counsel wyth the moost noble princes, estates and learned men of Germany assembled together at Ausburgh. 1530. in the moneth of Iuly. Translated out of latyn by Thomas Cotsforde. And imprinted at Geneua. In April. 1555."
  • "Confession of the faith"
  • "Ad Carolum Romanorum imperatorem fidei ratio"
  • "Ad Carolum Romanorum imperatorem fidei ratio"@en
  • "The accompt and confession of the faith /"
  • "The accompt and confession of the faith."
  • "The accompt [rekenynge] and confession of the faith [of Huldrik Zwinglius ... sent unto Charles the fyfte ...]."
  • "The accompt rekenynge and confession of the faith of Huldrik Zwinglius byshop of Zuryk the chief towne of Heluetia sent vnto Charles the fyfte nowe Emperoure of Rome, holdynge a counsel wyth the moost noble princes, estates and learned men of Germany assembled together at Ausburgh. 1530. in the moneth of Iuly. Translated out of latyn by Thomas Cotsforde. And imprinted at Geneua. In April. 1555."@en
  • "The accompt rekenynge and confession of the faith of Huldrik Zwinglius byshop of Zuryk the chief towne of Heluetia sent vnto Charles the fyfte nowe Emperoure of Rome, holdynge a counsel wyth the moost noble princes, estates and learned men of Germany assembled together at Ausburgh. 1530. in the moneth of Iuly. Translated out of latyn by Thomas Cotsforde. And imprinted at Geneua. In April. 1555."
  • "Ad Carolum Romanorum imperatorem fidei ratio."