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October 11

Basel, Switzerland

Basel, Switzerland

1564 – The anti-Trinitarian Martin Cellarius died in Basel, Switzerland, at the age of 65. Considered the first self-proclaimed Unitarian, he was imprisoned in Germany for his beliefs. Cellarius is the author of several biblical and philosophical works, and he influenced both the Polish and the Transylvanian Unitarian movements.

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