Lorenzo Campeggio, the papal legate, at the Diet of Nuremberg
orders the Edict of Worms (of May 1521) to be carried out as far as
possible. The' Lutheran' Party, led by the Elector Frederick the
Wise of Saxony, and Philip, Landgrave of Hesse, the pupil of Philip
Melanchthon, demand that a national synod should meet to discuss
church reform at Speyer in Nov.
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Editors. "Diet of Nuremberg is split between obedience and demand for reform". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 November 2010
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