(Miguel Serveto; probably 151153). Theol. and physician; b. probably Tudela, Navarre, N Sp. (or Villaneuva de Sigena, Huesca, NE Sp., in Aragon?); educ. Toulouse, Fr.; attended coronation of Charles* V at Bologna, It., 1530; anti-Trinitarian; arrested Vienne, Fr., 1553; escaped; arrested Geneva, It.; condemned; burned. Works include De trinitatis erroribus; Christianismi restitutio. See also Calvin, John, 6; Socinianism, 1; Unitarianism.
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