(Jacobus Faber; Fabri; surname Stapulensis; ca. 1450-ca. 1537). Reformer, humanist, and Aristotelian philos.; b. Étaples, Fr.; educ. Paris; settled near Paris; condemned for heresy; fled to Strasbourg because of Reformation sympathies; recalled; lived under royal protection. Works include tr. of Bible into Fr.; commentary on Paul's epistles. See also Bible Versions, K; France, 7.
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