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January 13

Francis Dávid

1568 Prince John Sigismund converted to Unitarianism after Unitarian minister Francis Dávid, won debates with a Calvinist Bishop in Transylvania at the Diet of Torda. The prince then issued the Edict of Torda, declaring toleration for other religions.

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Joseph S. Clark. Courtesy of the Harvard University Archives

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