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Duchy of Prussia

of the movement, with numerous publishing houses issuing not only Bibles, but also catechisms, in German, Polish and Lithuanian. * Duchy of Warmia (Warmia) (''Księstwo Warmińskie'', Lidzbark Warmiński) * Duchy of Prussia (''Księstwo Pruskie'', Lidzbark Warmiński) * Płock Voivodeship (''województwo płockie'', Płock) thumb 150px left Sigismund I the Old by Lucas Cranach the Younger (File:Zygmunt1.jpg), ca. 1555 Image:Prussian Homage.jpg


Toruń

, and quickly gained popularity among mostly German-speaking inhabitants of such major cities, as Gdańsk, Toruń and Elbląg. In Koenigsberg, in 1530, Polish-language edition of Luther's Small Catechism was published. The Duchy of Prussia, which was a Polish fief, emerged as key center of the movement, with numerous publishing houses issuing not only Bibles, but also catechisms, in German, Polish and Lithuanian. January–December * February 1 &ndash


Gdańsk

, but Roman-Catholic Church remained the dominating religion. Reformation reached Poland in the 1520s, and quickly gained popularity among mostly German-speaking inhabitants of such major cities, as Gdańsk, Toruń and Elbląg. In Koenigsberg, in 1530, Polish-language edition of Luther's Small Catechism was published. The Duchy of Prussia, which was a Polish fief, emerged as key center of the movement, with numerous publishing houses issuing not only Bibles, but also


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