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- n. Plural form of Erasmian.
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At the same period, the publication of several satirical works by German humanists against the anti-Erasmians at Louvain made conditions very tense, even though Erasmus was not complicit in their publication.
Some Erasmians, like Hector Boece, prepared others for the Reformation without joining it themselves; some, like George