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Беларуская: С.Будны ў пекле. Фрагмент гравюры з книгi С.Рэшкi «Пра атэiзм i пустаслоўе евангелiкаў». Неапаль. 1596.
Русский: С.Будный в пекле. Фрагмент гравюры из книги С.Решки «Про атеизм и пустословье евангелистов». Неаполь. 1596.
English: Symon Budny
Polski: Szymon Budny
Беларуская: Вялікае Княства Літоўскае. Энцыклапедыя у 3 т. — Мн.: Беларуская Энцыклапедыя імя П. Броўкі, 2005. — Т. 1: Абаленскі — Кадэнцыя. — С. 352 — 684 с. — ISBN 985-11-0314-4.
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