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To browse Academia. Skip to main content. You're using an out-of-date version of Internet Explorer. Log In Sign Up. Austrian History Yearbook, David C. Like a brightly colored thread, reform marks a trail leading forward from Jan Hus d.
This essay takes a different path through the religious culture of fourteenth-century Bohemia and of Prague, in particular. Nevertheless, neither he nor anyone else completely controlled it. Imperious reform, however, cannot be cast aside so easily. In part this arises from the deep shadow the Hussites cast.
Persecuted by an ecclesiastical hierarchy gone badly astray, these early reformers nevertheless blazed a path for Martin Luther and the sixteenth-century Reformers. This long-lived narrative has of course encountered rivals. Early modern Catholic historians preferred to number Hus and his followers among the heretics who sprouted like weeds in the turbulent age before Luther. Drawing a fuller and more complicated picture of the Hussites, they insisted that the Hussite movement was not exclusively or even predominately religious in nature.
Accordingly, they substituted the language of revolution for that of reform or heresy. Just as reform ties Hus to Luther, reform links a handful of fourteenth-century Prague preachers to Hus. Alexander Patschovsky, 3 vols. Hannover, Thomas M. Izbicki and Christopher M. Bellitto Leiden, , 3— David and David R. This model has its merits.
Emphasizing continuity, it also reveals how obscure Prague preachers can illuminate the well-known story of the Reformation. In short, this backward look helps to explain the origin of the Hussites by magnifying the signs of incipient reform present before Hus. Already the bishopric of Prague had been elevated to an archbishopric, a proud promotion that inspired the construction of a grand, new Gothic cathedral. Jordan, pseud. Lester K. Little and Barbara H.