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 Stockholm City Archives: Articles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Olaus Petri was born in 1493 and died in 1552.
Olaus Petri was sentenced to death at the age of 47 by Gustav Vasa, accused of conspiring against the Swedish King.
Olaus Petri worked in Stockholm for 28 years, first as secretary to the town council and later as schoolteacher, school inspector, preacher (prior to his ordination in 1539), and as vicar of Stockholm Cathedral.
www.ssa.stockholm.se /english/content/art_gspers_petri1.html   (280 words)

 Stockholm City Archives: Articles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Olaus Petri was at this time shown the greatest amount of favour by the King.
When Olaus Petri needed the support of Gustav Vasa--- as when his congregation threw anything they could get their hands on at him in the pulpit--- the King gave him his support whole-heartedly.
In the end, Olaus Petri was pardoned damages demanded by the King were paid by the burghers of Stockholm.
www.ssa.stockholm.se /english/content/art_gspers_petri3.html   (435 words)

 Ministry of Justice, Finland - 450-year-old judicial instructions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Olaus Petri also interfered with other arbitrary rules and harshness in the application of justice.
Olaus already said what was otherwise not said until the legal scholars of the Age of Enlightenment said it a few centuries later.
The goal of Olaus Petri was the interest or the ordinary man. His sympathies lay with the common people, not with the nobility.
www.om.fi /Etusivu/Perussaannoksia/OlausPetrintuomarinohjeet?lang=en&mode=text   (1287 words)

 Olaus Petri   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Olaus Petri was a zealous reformer of the Swedish church and one of the 16th century's most outstanding personalities.
The coronation of Gustav Vasa was held on January 12, 1528 at Uppsala cathedral.
It was Olaus Petri who held the sermon on this occasion and the document, published and presented here, has the character of a political programme.
www.kb.se /ENG/F1700/olaus.htm   (405 words)

 Kirjaamo » Olaus Petri And The Rules For Judges. Associations 1/2000.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Olaus Petri is best known as the leading Swedish theologian during the turbulent years of the Reformation in the 16th century.
Petri’s key-concepts in these paragraphs, law and equitableness, the benefit of the common people and the grounds of acceptability of law are also key-concepts in many of Aarnio’s writings.
Olaus Petri and his Rules for Judges are still present in the contemporary legal practice and theory of Finland and Sweden.
www.jarkkotontti.net /blog/kirjoituksia/tieteilya-ja-filosofiaa/olaus-petri-and-the-rules-for-judges-associations   (4823 words)

 Peter Gillgren: The Artist Olaus Magnus
Olaus Magnus must have been a much better draftsman than the anonymous author of this manuscript, but the working method-cutting, pasting and drawing-may have been the same.
Olaus Magnus generally respects this differentiation between and separation of image and text.
Olaus Magnus is truly astonished by how "such fragile and insignificant things can take on so many forms and figures, unknown to any artist".
homepage.mac.com /gillgren/olausmagnus.html   (3047 words)

 Olaus Petri - Cleverpedia, the ultimate encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Olaus Petri (* 6 January 1493 in Örebro, 19 April 1552 in Stockholm) was a Swedish theologian and Reformator.
Olaus Petri disapproved the inconsiderate plundering of the churches by the king and royal striving for unrestricted power over the Swedish church.
Thus it is reported that he threw the monks, which the dead prayer to the cash one wanted to read from the house with the death of his father.
cleverpedia.com /Olaus_Petri   (458 words)

 Laurentius Petri   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Laurentius Petri, originally Lars Persson, (1499-1573) was a Swedish clergyman and the first Evangelical Lutheran Archbishop of Sweden.
Brother of the protestant reformer in Sweden Olaus Petri.
The Church Statute of 1571 established under John III of Sweden, bears the mark of Petri's authority.
www.gogoglo.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/l/la/laurentius_petri.html   (115 words)

 Olaus Petri - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
His brother, Laurentius Petri, became the first Evangelical Lutheran Archbishop of Sweden.
When the Swedish King Gustav Vasa was crowned in 1523, Olaus got to make his acquaintance.
During trial on January 2, 1540, a court sentenced him and Laurentius Andreae to death.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Olaus_Petri   (587 words)

 The Church of England and the Church of Sweden
Olaus Petri, its leader, his brother Laurentius Petri, the wise Archbishop, and Laurentius Andreas, were all Swedes, and their purpose was not to establish a foreign form of religion to be called Lutheranism, but to reform their own national Church.
The impulse had come from Wittenberg where Olaus had studied, but it was not till seventy years later, when all the important changes had been made, that a Lutheran standard of doctrine, the Augsburg Confession, was adopted at the Upsala Möte, 1593.
Both the foremost men of the original movement, Olaus Petri and Laurentius Andreae, were tried and condemned to death on the charge of concealing their knowledge of a conspiracy, and barely escaped with their lives.
anglicanhistory.org /lutherania/conference19091.html   (3521 words)

 WHKMLA : History of Sweden, 1523-1560
Gustavus I. Vasa had Olaus Petri appointed preacher at Stockholm Cathedral (1524).
Yet Gustavus I. was sceptical of the reformers; in 1533 he fired Olaus Petri as chancellor (to which office he had appointed him in 1531); in 1540 he even had tried him for treason.
Olaus Petri wrote numerous publications, among them theologian ones such as a Catechism and a Chronicle of Swedish History.
www.zum.de /whkmla/region/scandinavia/swe15231560.html   (1049 words)

 Chronology of Sweden (1525-1549)
The clergy elects Laurentius Andreae, younger brother of Olaus Petri, as archibishop.
Olaus Petri and Laurentius Andreae are tried for treason and sentenced to death, ending the Protestant Church in Sweden.
King Gustav appoints Olaus Petri as school inspector for Stockholm, and preacher in the Great Church.
www.islandnet.com /~kpolsson/swedhis/swed1525.htm   (1151 words)

 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Laurentius Petri
Laurentius Petri Nericius (Örebro 1499 – October 27, 1573), originally Lars Persson, was a Swedish clergyman and the first Evangelical Lutheran Archbishop of Sweden.
It is mainly used to distinguish him from his successor as archbishop Laurentius Petri Gothus.
His main contribution were his abundant writings which lay the foundation for the Swedish Church Statute established at the Uppsala Council 1571.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Laurentius_Petri   (728 words)

 Swedish literature. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
The theological and historical works of Olaus Petri (1493–1552) are notable for beginning the linguistic transition to modern Swedish.
Petri also assisted in the great Swedish translation of the Bible (1540–41), a project directed by his brother Laurentius Petri (1499–1573).
Sweden’s emergence by 1648 as a great power was not accompanied by comparable literary splendor, but under Queen Christina continental influence helped to bring about a literary renaissance.
www.bartleby.com /65/sw/Swedlit.html   (761 words)

 love and devotion [details]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The comission is done in cooperation with the Olaus Petri School, Kommunfastigheter Örebro, the landscape architect Jan Lindahl, the architect Anders Johansson/Testbed studio, The school of Tullängen in Örebro, Flux and Slottsbro.
The Olaus Petri school in Örebro was earlier a school from 7th to 9th grade.
The newly renovated Olaus Petri School now hoosts students from 6 years of age to the 9th grade.
www.loveanddevotion.org /en/article.asp?ID=48   (1740 words)

 Church of Sweden   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Protestant Reformation in Sweden was led by King Gustav Vasa assisted by clergymen primarily the brothers Olaus Petri and Laurentius Petri in Sweden and Mikael Agricola in Finland.
Because of this the reformers Olaus and Agricola also had an instrumental importance the develoment of Swedish and Finnish as written languages.
By the Treaty of Fredrikshamn in 1809 which followed the Finnish War Sweden ceded Finland to the Russian Empire and the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland became the successor to the Church Sweden in Finland.
www.freeglossary.com /Church_of_Sweden   (490 words)

 The Dispatch - Serving the Lexington, NC - News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Lutheran ideas spread in the 1530s, led by King Gustav Vasa and the brothers Olaus Petri, and Laurentius Petri in Sweden, and later Mikael Agricola in ×sterland, today known as Finland.
The Lutheran Church gradually established itself in 16th century, even though its exact forms were not defined in the Riksdag until 1591, and finally completed with the Uppsala Synod 1593.
Because of the Bible translation, the reformers Olaus Petri and Agricola also had an instrumental importance for the development of Swedish and Finnish as written languages.
www.the-dispatch.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=Church_of_Sweden   (979 words)

 Reformation - MSN Encarta
The monarchical governments of Denmark and Sweden themselves sponsored the reform movement and broke completely with the papacy.
In Sweden the brothers Olaus Petri and Laurentius Petri led the movement for the adoption of Lutheranism as the state religion.
The adoption was effected in 1529 with the support of Gustav I Vasa, king of Sweden, and by the decision of the Swedish diet.
ca.encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761562628_2/Reformation.html   (1389 words)

 Biography: Olavus and Laurentius Petri, priest and archbishop (19 Apr 1552)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Olavus Petri (born 1493) and his brother Laurentius (born 1499) were the principal leaders of the Lutheran movement in Sweden.
The king had wished to abolish bishops altogether, but was persuaded otherwise by Laurentius, who thus saved the Swedish episcopate, which continues unbroken to this day.
In 1541 the Petri brothers published a complete Bible in Swedish, and also a revised liturgy with increased congregational participation.
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 Amazon.com: "Olaus Petri": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Olaus Petri, the Swedish Lutheran reformer, is said to have decorated his house in Stockholm with a runic inscription: skggiot haka kldher...
In 1524 the king promoted another recent convert to the evangelical cause, the lecturer of the chapter school in Strngns, Olaus Petri.
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 petri - Top 4 Zuvio Search   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Petri.co.il by Daniel Petri is one of the most
A Petri net is a graphical and mathematical
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Lutheranism developed in a number of separate national and territorial churches, thus initiating the breakup of the organizational unity of Western Christendom.
In the 1520's, the Petri brothers' were driving a campaign, almost, for the introduction of Lutheranism.
The decade saw many events which can be seen as gradual introductions of Protestantism, for instance the marriage of Olaus Petri—a consecrated priest—and several texts published by him, advocating Lutheran dogmas.
www.lycos.com /info/lutheranism--martin-luther.html   (385 words)

 Laurentius Petri - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
At the Counsil, the King selected Laurentius to be archbishop, without asking the cathedral chapter as required.
After becoming archbishop, Laurentius got married, and thus became the first Swedish archbishop to be married.
He forbade him to interfere with the King's ideas of the reformation.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Laurentius_Petri   (705 words)

 Gustav I of Sweden information - Search.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
As the Pope refused to budge on the issue of Gustav Trolle, the king, influenced by Lutheran scholar Olaus Petri, in 1531 took it upon himself to appoint a new archbishop, namely the brother of Olaus, Laurentius Petri.
The decade saw many events which can be seen as gradual introductions of Protestantism, for instance the marriage of Olaus Petri — a consecrated priest — and several texts published by him, advocating Lutheran dogmas.
The 1540s saw death sentences from his hand for both the Petri brothers, as well as his former chancellor Laurentius Andreae.
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 Amazon.com: "Laurentius Petri": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
who had been encouraged to settle in Sweden during the last years of Gustav Vasa's reign, were confronted by Archbishop Laurentius Petri and the predominantly Lutheran hierarchy of the Swedish church, forcing Erik XIV to halt the propagation of Reformed doctrine in...
THE KYRKOORDNING (1571)-LAURENTIUS PETRI Laurentius Petri (1499-1573), the younger brother of Olaus Petri (a pioneer Reformer in Sweden), was consecrated archbishop of Uppsala (1531-1573)...
In 1571, Laurentius Petri, who became Archbishop of Uppsala in 1531, produced a Church Order that kept much of the Latin rite but infused...
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 WaterTower, Svampen
In the north of Örebro, in Storgatan, is the Olaus Petri Church (1812).
In front of it can be seen a bronze monument (by Nils Sjörgren) to the brothers Laurentius and Olaus Petri, leading figures of the Reformation in Sweden during the reign of Gustavus Vasa.
Unauthorized duplication in part or whole without prior written consent prohibited by international laws.
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