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Johann Maier von Eck (13 November 1486 – 13 February 1543), often anglicized as John Eck, was a German Scholastic theologian, Catholic prelate, and early counterreformer who was among Martin Luther's most important interlocutors and theological opponents.

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Alexander Weyssenhorn Typographus Augustanus excudebat. M.D.XXXVI
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[London] : Michael Hillenius excudebat : Impensis Henrici Pepwel, Londini sub intersignio S. Trinitatis in Coemiterio Diui Pauli, M.D.XXXI. mense Iulio [July 1531]
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[Antwerp] : Michael Hillenius excudebat. Anno M.D.XXXI. mense Iulio. Impensis Henrici Pepwel, Londini sub intersignio S. Trinitatis in Cœmiterio Diui Pauli, [1531]
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by Eck, Johann, 1486-1543
[London] : Michael Hillenius excudebat : Impensis Henrici Pepwel, Londini sub intersignio S. Trinitatis in Cœmiterio Diui Pauli, M.D.XXXI. mense Iulio [July 1531]
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