HistoryWho was Manocchio?

Who was Manocchio?


  1. A
    A critic in France
  2. B
    A religious leader in England
  3. C
    A social reformer in Germany
  4. D
    A miller in Italy 

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    Manocchio was a miller in Italy. He started reading books available in his area in the 16th century. He developed a perspective on God and creation that infuriated the Roman Catholic Church and twisted the Bible's message. Manocchio was brought up twice and executed due to the Roman Church's inquisition, which was launched to suppress heretical beliefs. The Roman Church imposed strict restrictions on printers and booksellers. It started to keep an Index of Prohibited Books in 1558, worried by the consequences of popular reading and questions about religion.
     
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