Miklós Bogáthi Fazekas

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Miklós Bogáthi Fazekas (Hungarian: Bogáthi Fazekas Miklós; Torda, 4 December 1548 – Kolozsvár, 1592) was a Transylvanian Unitarian and Sabbatarian.[1] He had been a teacher in Torda before the 1579 death of Ferenc Dávid. After he associated with the Szekler Sabbatarians who were later persecuted by the Calvinist bishop István Geleji Katona.[2][3]


  1. ^ Studia judaica: Volume 1; Volume 1 "Moshe Carmilly" Institute for Hebrew and Jewish History, 1991 "Bogathi Fazekas Miklos (XVIIth century), in contrast to Geleji Katona Istvan, defended the radical Sabbatarian belief and ... Bogathi Fazekas Miklos was born in Turda in the vicinity of Cluj, where he acquired his Hebrew knowledge and ..."
  2. ^ Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society: Volumes 37-38 - Page 237 American Philosophical Society - 1838 "Miklos Fazekas Bogathi was a Unitarian preacher who died 1592 (Singer gives from Simonyi an account of his life and writings). A second Miklos (Nicholas) Bogathi, sometimes confounded with the first, died in 1603."
  3. ^ John Nevins Andrews (Seventh-day Adventist) History of the Sabbath and the first day of the week 1912 "Among quite a number of prominent men, Bogathi Fazakas Miklos, and Simon Pechi, the scholar and statesman, deserve special mention. After the death of his. sons, Andras Eossi adopted Pechi, but immediately sent him on an extended tour, ..."