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Niclaes, Hendrik

(Niclas; Henry Nicolas; ca. 1502–ca. 1580). B. probably Münster, Westphalia, of RC parents; believed he saw visions at an early age; to Amsterdam, Neth., ca. 1529; in Emden, Ger., 1540–60; founded Familists*; before proceedings could be taken against his antinomianism at Emden he escaped; fugitive during his last yrs.


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