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Deutsch: Titelseite einer polemischen Schrift gegen die Anabaptisten
English: see source below
Date circa 1645
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Original text: The image is from Anglican clergyman Daniel Featley's book, The Dippers Dipt, published against the Baptists in 1645. The central picture, that of the nudist Adamites, believed they had attained the innocence of Adam and Eve, and "ought to go naked and not to be ashamed" (pp. 34-35).
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