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Support for Harrak : List of people burned as heretics

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Those burned by Roman Catholic executioners
Peter of Bruys († 1130) -He rejected the cross as a symbol of Christianity.
Gerard Segarelli († 1300)
Fra Dolcino († 1307) -Opposition to the ecclesiastical hierarchy
Sister Margherita († 1307)
Brother Longino († 1307)
Jacques de Molay (1243–1314), burned after conviction by a tribunal under the control of King Philip IV of France.
Francesco da Pistoia († 1337)
Lorenzo Gherardi († 1337)
Bartolomeo Greco († 1337)
Bartolomeo da Bucciano († 1337)
Antonio Bevilacqua († 1337)
William Sawtre († 1401)
John Badby († 1410) his denial of transubstantiation (the change of the substance of bread and wine into that of the body and blood of Christ)
Jan Hus (1371–1415)
Jerome of Prague (1365–1416), relapsed heretic
St. Joan of Arc (1412–1431), burned after conviction by a pro-English tribunal of Catholic clergy.
Jean Vallière († 1523)
Michael Sattler († 1527)
Patrick Hamilton († 1528)
Balthasar Hubmaier (1485–1528), relapsed heretic
George Blaurock (1491–1529)
Hans Langegger († 1529)
Giovanni Milanese († 1530)
William Tyndale (1490–1536)
Jakob Hutter († 1536)
Francisco de San Roman († 1540)
Giandomenico dell' Aquila († 1542)
George Wishart (1513–1546)
John Rogers († 1555)
Rowland Taylor († 1555)
John Hooper († 1555)
Patrick Pakingham († 1555)
Hugh Latimer (1485–1555), relapsed heretic
Nicholas Ridley (1500–1555)
Bartolomeo Hector († 1555)
Paolo Rappi († 1555)
Vernon Giovanni († 1555)
Labori Antonio († 1555)
Thomas Cranmer (1489–1556), relapsed heretic
Pomponio Angerio († 1556)
Nicola Sartonio († 1557)
Fra Gioffredo Varaglia († 1558)
Gisberto di Milanuccio († 1558)
Francesco Cartone († 1558)
Antonio di Colella († 1559)
Antonio Gesualdi († 1559)
Giacomo Bonello († 1560)
Mermetto Savoiardo († 1560)
Dionigi di Cola († 1560)
Gian Pascali di Cuneo († 1560)
Bernardino Conte († 1560)
Macarius († 1563)
Giorgio Olivetto († 1567)
Luca di Faenza († 1568)
Bartolomeo Bartoccio († 1569)
Fra Arnaldo di Santo Zeno († 1570)
Alessandro di Giacomo († 1574)
Benedetto Thomaria († 1574)
Diego Lopez († 1583)
Gabriello Henriquez († 1583)
Borro of Arezzo († 1583)
Ludovico Moro († 1583)
Pietro Benato († 1585)
Francesco Gambonelli († 1594)
Marcantonio Valena († 1594)
Giovanni Antonio da Verona († 1599)
Fra Celestino († 1599)
Giordano Bruno (1548–1600)
Maurizio Rinaldi († 1600)
Bartolomeo Coppino († 1601)
Maria Barbara Carillo (1625–1721)
Gabriel Malagrida († 1761)
Thomas Szük (1522–1568)


Those burned by Anglican executioners
Anne Askew (1521–1546) - against the doctrine of transubstantiation
Joan Bocher († 1550)
George van Parris († 1551)
Matthew Hamont († 1579)
John Lewes († 1583)
Peter Cole († 1587)
Francis Kett († 1589)
Bartholomew Legate (1575–1612)
Edward Wightman (1566–1612), against the baptizing of infants

Those burned by Eastern Orthodox executioners
Basil the Physician († 1118)
Avvakum Petrovich (1620–1682)

Those burned by Calvinist executioners
Michael Servetus (1511–1553)
Kristof Walken (1522-1551)

Source; Wikipedia

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