SOURCE: National Geographic
Construction materials date to Roman times, suggesting the original holy site's legacy has survived despite its destruction 1,000 years ago.
SOURCE: Missouri S&T
These writings, known as the Lausanne Theses, led to the expulsion of three prominent Lutheran ministers from the Swiss city of Bern in the mid-1500s, says Missouri University’s Michael W. Bruening.
SOURCE: The Post and Courier
Five hundred years ago this month, Martin Luther set out to challenge his church and ended up starting what would become known as the Protestant Reformation.
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