Definition of Foxe, John in English:

Foxe, John

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Pronunciation: /fɒks
 
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( 1516–87), English religious writer. He is famous for his Actes and Monuments popularly known as The Book of Martyrs, which appeared in England in 1563. This passionate account of the persecution of English Protestants fuelled hostility to Catholicism for generations.

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