Jan Hus (John Hus, Jan Huss, John Huss), circa 1369-1415, a Bohemian reformer strongly influenced by John Wycliffe. Hus was condemned by the Council of Constance and burned at the stake.

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Catholic Encyclopedia: Hus, Jan
Biographical article, with extensive hyperlinks.
Huss, John, Hussites
Lengthy article in the New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. Includes bibliography.
Jan Hus: Final Declaration
Modern History Sourcebook listing of his Final Declaration, July 1, 1415
John Huss and the Hussite Wars
Book 3 of Wylie's History of Protestantism centering on Huss and his influence on the Reformation.
John Huss – Jan Hus
Biographical article by David L. Brown.
John Huss, Priest and Martyr
Short biography, along with a profile of Sir Thomas More and John Fisher. Prayer in traditional (Anglican) and contemporary language.
John Huss, Priest and Martyr
Short biographical sketch.
Wikipedia: Jan Hus
Brief biographical article.
Wikipedia: Jan Hus Memorial
Article including photo about the statue standing in the town square in Prague in the Czech Republic.
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