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  1. › wiki › Henry_VIIIHenry VIII - Wikipedia

    Henry himself, at least in the early part of his reign, was a devout and well-informed Catholic to the extent that his 1521 publication Assertio Septem Sacramentorum ("Defence of the Seven Sacraments") earned him the title of Fidei Defensor (Defender of the Faith) from Pope Leo X. The work represented a staunch defence of papal supremacy, albeit one couched in somewhat contingent terms.

  2. › wiki › John_FisherJohn Fisher - Wikipedia

    Fisher has also been named, though without any real proof, as the true author of the royal treatise against Martin Luther entitled "Assertio septem sacramentorum" (Defence of the Seven Sacraments), published in 1521, which won for King Henry VIII the title "Fidei Defensor" (Defender of the Faith).

  3. Henry VIII, "Assertio septem sacramentorum aduersus Martin. Luther" (1521) Treasure 9 歐洲圖書館(頁面存檔備份,存於網際網路檔案館) 網站上的梵蒂岡國家圖書館藏; 延伸閱讀 . J S Brewer ( 英語 : John Sherren Brewer ); Robert Henry Brodie; James Gairdner ( 英語 : James Gairdner ).

  4. Сэр То́мас (Фома́) Мор (англ. Sir Thomas More; возможно 7 февраля 1478, возможно Лондон — 6 июля 1535, Тауэр-Хилл, Лондон) — английский юрист, философ, писатель-гуманист.

  5. En 1520 ayudó a Enrique VIII a escribir Assertio Septem Sacramentorum (Defensa de los siete sacramentos). A ello siguió su designación para diferentes cargos y su condecoración con distintos títulos honoríficos. En 1521 fue honrado con el título de knight (caballero) y designado vicecanciller del Tesoro.

  6. Defender of the Faith (Latin: Fidei Defensor or, specifically feminine, Fidei Defensatrix; French: Défenseur de la Foi) is a phrase that has been used as part of the full style of many English, Scottish, and later British monarchs since the early 16th century.

  7. Nel 1521, quindi nei primi anni di regno, consigliato da Tommaso Moro, scrisse un Assertio Septem Sacramentorum, che gli fece guadagnare l'appellativo di Defensor fidei da parte del Papa. Nel 1533, col Buggery Act, fu promulgata la prima legge contro la sodomia in Inghilterra.