Jan Dubčanský ze Zdenína

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Jan Dubčanský ze Zdenína (1490–1543) was a Moravian nobleman, printer of the first Czech language book in Moravia, and founder of the Zwinglian but pacifist Habrovany Brethren, later led by Matěj Poustevník.[1]

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  1. ^ King and estates in the Bohemian lands, 1526-1564 Kenneth J. Dillon - 1976 "In 1537 the Moravian courts had already bowed before royal pressure in a case concerning a noble named Jan Dubcansky. Dubcansky was a leader of the Moravian Habrovanites, a splinter sect preaching radical pacifism"