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Morée, Peter C. A. Preaching in fourteenth-century Bohemia: the life and ideas of Milicius de Chremsir (+1374) and his significance in the historiography of Bohemia. 1st ed. Heršpice: EMAN, 1999.

Morée, Peter C. 290 s. ISBN 80-86211-07-X.

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Preaching in Fourteenth-century Bohemia: The life and ideas of Milicius de Chremsir (+1374) and his significance in the historiography of Bohemia (PDF) (Thesis). Prague: Protestant Theological Faculty of the Charles University. Retrieved 2018-07-31. Eleanor Janega: "Lies, Damn Lies and Bohemians" History Today Vol. 68/10, October 2018, pp. 48–57.

Preaching in Fourteenth-Century Bohemia: The Life and Ideas of Milicius de Chremsir (+ 1374) and His Significance in the Historiography of Bohemia.

42 Morée, Peter, Preaching in Fourteenth-Century Bohemia: The Life and Ideas of Milicius de Chremsir (†1374) and His Significance in the Historiography of Bohemia (Heršpice, Czech Republic, 1999), esp. 255–60. 43 One could also include Pierre d'Ailly in this list

42 Morée, Peter, Preaching in Fourteenth-Century Bohemia: The Life and Ideas of Milicius de Chremsir (†1374) and His Significance in the Historiography of Bohemia (Heršpice, Czech Republic, 1999), esp. 43 One could also include Pierre d'Ailly in this list. On the broader context, see McGinn, Bernard, Antichrist: Two Thousand Years of the Human Fascination with Evil (San Francisco, 1994), esp. 173–99.

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Citation for published version (APA): Moree, P. C. (1999). Preaching in Fourteenth-Century Bohemia. Pieter C. (Peter) Morée was bom on 28 January 1964 in Nieuw-Beijerland, The Netherlands. The life and ideas of Milicus de Chremsir (+1374) and his significance in the historiography of Bohemia. Herspice, Tsjechie: EMAN. He went to secondary school in Rotterdam, and in 1982 he began his studies in theology at Utrecht University. In 1986-87 he studied at the Comenius Protestant Theological Faculty in Prague, Czechoslovakia. His special interest in Czech history, society and church developed at this time.

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