(14781535). Statesman, humanist; b. London, Eng.; educ. Oxford and London; lived ca. 4 yrs. under discipline of Carthusian monks; opposed M. Luther* 1523; in controversy with W. Tyndale* 1528; lord chancellor of Eng. 152932; beheaded on charge of high treason. Works include Utopia. See also Stapleton, Thomas.
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