(Grecized: Dryander; Ger.: Eichmann; Fr.: Duchesne; known in Holland as Van Eyck; ca. 1520ca. 1552). B. Burgos, Sp.; educ. Louvain (Belgium) and Wittenberg; tr. NT into Sp., pub. Antwerp 1543; gave copy to Charles* V; imprisoned in Brussels; escaped to Wittenberg ca. 1545; to Eng. via Strasbourg and Basel; prof. Cambridge; returned to Strasbourg 1549. Works include Historia vera de morte sancti viri Ioannis Diazij. His brother Jaime wrote a Sp. ev. catechism pub. Antwerp 1545 and was burned in Rome as heretic 1547.
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