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Albizzi, Antonio

ALBIZZI, ɑ̄l-bit´sî or ɑ̄l-bît´sî, ANTONIO: Italian priest; b. in Florence Nov. 25, 1547; d. at Kempten (50 m. s.s.w. of Augsburg), Bavaria, July 17, 1626. He became secretary to Cardinal Andrew, archduke of Austria (1576), but after the death of the latter (1591) embraced Protestantism, left Italy, and resided thenceforth in Augsburg and Kempten. He wrote: Principium Christianorum stemmata (Augsburg, 1608); Sermones in Matthæum (1609); De principiis religionis Christianæ (1612); and Exercitationes theologicæ, Kempten, 1616).

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