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us: Luther, Martin, 1483-1546


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    • us: Luter, Martinos, 1483-1546
    • us: Lutr, Martin, 1483-1546
    • us: Лютер, Мартін, 1483-1546
    • us: Li͡uter, Martin, 1483-1546
    • us: Luter, Marcin, 1483-1546
    • us: Luther, Maarten, 1483-1546
    • us: Lutero, Martín, 1483-1546
    • us: Luther, Martinus, 1483-1546
    • us: Luther, Márton, 1483-1546
    • us: Luther, Martti, 1483-1546
    • us: Luther, Martí, 1483-1546
    • us: Lutʻŏ, 1483-1546
    • us: Lūtœ̄, Mātīn, 1483-1546
    • us: D. M. L. A., 1483-1546
    • us: Luters, Mārtiņš, 1483-1546
    • us: Luter, Marṭin, 1483-1546
    • us: Luther, Marczin, 1483-1546
    • us: Rutā, Marutin, 1483-1546
    • us: Joerg, Junker, 1483-1546
    • us: לוטהער, מארטין
    • us: לוטהער, מארטין, 1483־1546
    • us: לותר
    • us: 路德马丁, 1483-1546
    • us: Luttar Cāstiriyār, 1483-1546
    • us: Cāstiriyār, Luttar, 1483-1546
    • us: ルター マルティン, 1483-1546
    • us: Лютэр, Марцін, 1483-1546
    • us: Li͡utėr, Martsin, 1483-1546
    • us: Лутер, Мартин, 1483-1546
    • us: Liuteris, Martynas, 1483-1546
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    • found: Ein Feste Burg, c1983: t.p. (D. Martinus Luther)
    • found: Fabiny, T. Luther Márton végrendelete, c1982: t.p. (Luther Márton)
    • found: Pirinen, K. Seitsenpäinen Luther, 1984: t.p. (Martti Lutherin ...)
    • found: Busquets i Dalmau, J. Martí Luther, 1986: t.p. (Martí Luther)
    • found: Kim, I.W. Sasang sok ui sasang, 1987: t.p. (Lutʻŏ)
    • found: His Khamsō̜n khwāmsư̄a, c1991: t.p. (Dō̜ktœ̄ Mātīn Lūtœ̄)
    • found: Eyn Sermo[n] von de[m] hochwirdigen Sacrame[n]t des heyligen waren Leychnamsz Christi, und vo[n] den Bruderschafften, 1520: t.p. (D.M.L.A.)
    • found: Solovʹev, Ė. Neuzvarētais ķeceris, 1988: t.p. (Māriņš Luters)
    • found: Arbaʻah ḥiburim teʼologiyim, 2001: t.p. (Marṭin Luter)
    • found: Dr. Marczin Luther, 1883
    • found: Martinos Luterin varutsʻ ..., 1850
    • found: Kir̲istava cuyātīn̲am, 1914: cover (Luttar Cāstiriyār)
    • found: Rutā, 1979: p. 7 (マルティン・ルター = Marutin Rutā)
    • found: Wikipedia, 9 December 2015 (Martin Luther; born 10 November 1483 in Eisleben, Saxony; died 18 February 1546 in Eisleben, Saxony; German Augustinian friar, priest, professor of theology, seminal figure in the Protestant Reformation; translated the Bible into German)
    • found: Velykyĭ katekhizys, 2002: title page (Мартін Лютер = Martin LЋiЌuter)
    • found: Vi͡aliki katėkhizis, 2006: title page (Марцін Лютэр = Martsin LЋiЌutЇer)
    • found: Malkii͡at katekhizis i Golemii͡at katekhizis na Martin Luter, 2011 title page (Мартин Лутер)
    • found: Didysis katekizmas, 2003: title page (Martynas Liuteris)
    • found: New Yorker, November 14, 2016: page 93 (Martin Luther; Living under the alias Junker Joerg (Knight George), Luther translated the New Testament into German, from the original Greek, in eleven weeks. He then returned to Wittenberg and translated the Old Testament, from the Hebrew. The Luther Bible bacame the fulcrum of the Reformation and did for vernacular German roughly what Dante had done for Italian.... the show forthrightly confronts Luther's notorious anti-Semitism ... By the end of his life, in writings that included a sixty-thousand-word screed, "On the Jews and Their Lies" (1543), [Luther's] hatred verged on the genocidal.)
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    • PT1746
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    • [Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.]
    • [Non-Latin script references not evaluated.]
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    • 1980-05-28: new
    • 2016-11-29: revised
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