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Life[ edit ] Tyndale was born around the year [a] in Melksham Court, Stinchcombea village near DursleyGloucestershire. Tyndale's family had moved to Gloucestershire at some point in the 15th century, probably as a result of the Wars of the Roses.
The family originated from Northumberland via East Anglia. Tyndale's brother Edward was receiver to the lands of Lord Berkeley, as attested to in a letter by Bishop Stokesley of London. He was made Master of Arts in July and was held to be a man of virtuous disposition, leading an unblemished life.
As Tyndale later complained: They have ordained that no man shall look on the Scripture, until he be noselled in heathen learning eight or nine years and armed with false principles, with which he is clean shut out of the understanding of the Scripture.
He was a gifted linguist and became fluent over the years in FrenchGreekHebrewGermanItalianLatinand Spanishin addition to English.
Erasmus had been the leading teacher of Greek there from August to Januarybut not during Tyndale's time at the university. His opinions proved controversial to fellow clergymen, and the next year he was summoned before John Bell, the Chancellor of the Diocese of Worcesteralthough no formal charges were laid at the time.
The clergyman asserted to Tyndale, "We had better be without God's laws than the Pope's. He requested help from Bishop Cuthbert Tunstalla well-known classicist who had praised Erasmus after working together with him on a Greek New Testament.
The bishop, however, declined to extend his patronage, telling Tyndale that he had no room for him in his household.
During this time, he lectured widely, including at St Dunstan-in-the-West. Tyndale left England and landed on continental Europe, perhaps at Hamburgin the spring ofpossibly travelling on to Wittenberg.
There is an entry in the matriculation registers of the University of Wittenberg of the name "Guillelmus Daltici ex Anglia", and this has been taken to be a Latinisation of "William Tyndale from England". Inpublication of the work by Peter Quentell in Cologne was interrupted by the impact of anti-Lutheranism.
The book was smuggled into England and Scotland ; it was condemned in October by Bishop Tunstall, who issued warnings to booksellers and had copies burned in public.
It is not clear exactly when he moved to Antwerp. The colophon to Tyndale's translation of Genesis and the title pages of several pamphlets from this time purported to have been printed by Hans Luft at Marburgbut this is a false address. Hans Luft, the printer of Luther's books, never had a printing press at Marburg.
Woodcut from Foxe's Book of Martyrs It is possible that Tyndale intended to carry on his work from Hamburg in about He revised his New Testament and began translating the Old Testament and writing various treatises.
Henry asked Emperor Charles V to have the writer apprehended and returned to England under the terms of the Treaty of Cambrai ; however, the Emperor responded that formal evidence was required before extradition. Tyndale "was strangled to death while tied at the stake, and then his dead body was burned".
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– c. 6 October ) was an English scholar who became a leading figure in the Protestant Reformation in the years leading up to his execution. He is well known for his translation of the Bible into English.. He was influenced by the work of Desiderius Erasmus, who made the Greek New.