Olaus Magnus - On the Way to Win the Heathens for the True Religion and Keep Them into the Same



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The symbol in the middle could be an ear (grain), used as a votive gift to Saint Erik. In this chapter Olaus Magnus praises his brother Johannes Magnus, earlier Archbishop of Sweden. When this is written, however, Sweden had converted to the Lutheran faith, a fact that the author naturally condemns.

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Copyright holder © 2007 Lars Henriksson, Ljungskile
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