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本帖最后由 lurker2006 于 2009-4-14 21:06 编辑

Bloody Mary


玛丽一世(1553~1558在位)成长于欧洲宗教改革的汹涌大潮之中,其时英国也成为天主教和新教进行殊死搏杀的场所。她的母亲凯瑟琳是一位笃信天主教的西班牙公主,而她的父亲亨利八世为了达到与她母亲离婚的目的,不惜背叛天主教,与罗马教皇决裂,并在国内扶持新教,迫害天主教徒。也许由于上述的成长...





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【整理】 血腥玛丽-7                      by lurker2006

 

And she pursued him literally to death, not even to the grave, because there was nothing left of him once he was burnt at the stake in Oxford.

 

That which is the faithful congregation, we shall. . .

 

After his arrest, Cranmer was imprisoned in the tower before being subjected to a series of show trials. The trials lasted for more than two years. Mary was publicly humiliating the figurehead of the protestant heretic faith. He recanted his religion six times.

 

Cranmer, I think, recanted, because he was in a state of terrible mental confusion. He really thought he was a traitor; he really thought that by supporting Jane he had betrayed God's anointed Mary. And with that mind, I think you have to realize that here is a man who is imprisoned; who's lost his friends; who is surrounded by very sophisticated Catholics, telling him that he is a heretic, he's full of guilt and loneliness, and in all that, it overwhelmed him.

 

Despite his recantations, he was still sentenced to death. He was 67 years old. ‘Day had a takeoff. . .’ Before he died, he was publicly shamed as a protestant heretic. He denied the authority of the one true Catholic Church and the Pope. Let him burn for all eternity in the flames of hell.

 

He was burned at the stake in Oxford in May 1556.

 

Mary would simply not let him off the hook. He had done everything that the church demanded. He had said that he was a heretic, he had said that he was sorry for being a heretic, and he's still died. Even at the time, people thought this was a bad form. Catholics were embarrassed about it, and the government's explanations which they put out as propaganda were not very convincing.

 

There were nearly 300 burned in about three and half years in Mary's reign, which was actually more than the Spanish Inquisition and the French Chambre Ardente put together in the same period.

 

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anoint: To anoint someone means to put oil or water on a part of their body, usually for religious reasons.


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And she pursued him not literally to death, not even to the grave, because there was nothing left of him once he was burnt at the stake or else, but...

 

That which is the fateful congregation, we'll still...

 

After his arrest, Cranmer was imprisoned in the tower before being subjected to a series of show trials.

 

In the 14 /.

 

The trials lasted for more than two years. Mary was publicly humiliating the figurehead of the protestant heretic fate. He recanted his religion six times.

 

Cranmer, I think, recanted, because he was in a state of terrible mental confusion. He really thought he was a traitor; he really thought that / he had betrayed God and / Mary. And with that among him, I think you have to realize that he is a man who is imprisoned; who has lost his friends; who is surrounded by very sophisticated Catholics, telling him that he is a heretic, he's full of guilt and loneness, and in all that, it overwhelmed him.

 

Despite his reputations, he was still sentenced to death. He was 67 years old.

 

Day had a takeoff...

 

Before he died, he was publicly shamed as a protestant heretic. He denied the authority of the one true Catholic Church and Pope.

 

Let him burned for all eternity in the flames of hell.

 

He was burned at the stake in Oxford, May 1556.

 

Mary would simply not let him off the hook. He had done everything that the church demanded. He had said that he was a heretic, he was sorry for being a heretic, and he still died. Even at the time, people thought this was bad form. Catholics were embarrassed about it, and the government's explanations which they put out as propaganda were not very convincing.

 

There were nearly 300 burned in about three and half years in Mary's reign, which was actually more than the Spanish Inquisition and the French Chambre Ardente put together in the same period.

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And she pursuit him or literally to death, not him to the grade because of nothing left of him once he burned at the stake in Oxford.

 

That witch is the faithful congregation wait for…

 

After his arrest, Cranmer was in prison in the tower, the for being subjective was serious of show trials. The trials lasted for more than 2 year. Mary was publicly humiliating the figurehead of the Protestant Heretic fate. He recanted his religion 6 times,

 

Cranmer, I think recanted because he was in a state of terrible mental confusion. He really thought he was a trait that, he really thought that by supporting Jane, he had the trait got the naughty Mary. But with that humanity, he had to realize that he is a man who is in prison, with not his friends, with surrounded by very sophisticated Catholics, telling to him that he is a Heretic, he is full of guilt, and loneness and in all that. It overwhelmed him.

 

Despite his recantations, he was still sentenced to death. He was 67 years old. Before he died, he was publicly shamed as a Protestant Heretic. He denied the authority of the one true Catholic Church and the Pope.

 

Let him burn, for all of eternity in the flames of hell.

 

He was burned to the stake in Oxford in May 1556.

 

Mary would simply not let him off the hook. He had done everything that Church demanded. He had said that he was a Heretic. He had said that he was sorry for being a Heretic. And he still died even at the time people thought this was bad form. Catholics were embarrassed about it. And the government set explanations which they put out as proper gained were not fully convincing.

 

There were nearly 300 burnt in about 3 and a half years in Mary’s rein, which was actually more than Spanish acquisition on the French * put together in the same period.

 

Reference:

Show trial: n. (极权国家为了达到某种目的而举行的)摆样子公审

 

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And she pursued him (not) literally to death, not even to the grave, because there was nothing left of him once he was burnt in the stake or else, but...

 

 That which is the fateful congregation, we'll still...

 

After his arrest, Cranmer was imprisoned in the tower before being subjected to a series of show trials. In the 14 /.

 

 The trials lasted for more than two years. Mary was publicly humiliating the figurehead of the protestant heretic fate.

He recanted his religion six times.

 

Cranmer, I think, recanted, because he was in a state of terrible mental confusion. He really thought he was a traitor; he really thought that by supporting Jane he had betrayed God and annoyed Mary.

 

 And with that among him, I think you have to realize that he is a man who is imprisoned; who has lost his friends; who is surrounded by very sophisticated Catholics, telling him that he is a heretic, he's full of guilt and lonelyness, and in all that, it overwhelmed him.

 

Despite his reputations, he was still sentenced to death. He was 67 years old.

 

Day had a takeoff...

 

Before he died, he was publicly shamed as a protestant heretic. He denied the authority of the one true Catholic Church and Pope.

 

Let him burned for all eternity in the flames of hell. He was burned in the stake in Oxford, May 1556.

 

Mary would simply not let him off the hook. He had done everything that the church demanded. He had said that he was a heretic, he was sorry for being a heretic, and he still died. Even at the time, people thought this was bad form. Catholics were embarrassed about it, and the government's explanations which they put out as propaganda were not very convincing.

 

There were nearly 300 burned in about three and half years in Mary's reign, which was actually more than the Spanish Inquisition and the French Chambre Ardente put together in the same period.

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And she pursued him literally to death, not even to the grave, because there was nothing left of him once he was burnt at the stake you know, but. . .

 

That which is the fateful congregation, we shall. . .

 

After his arrest, Cranmer was imprisoned in the tower before being subjected to a series of show trials. The trials lasted for more than two years. Mary was publicly humiliating the figurehead of the protestant heretic faith. He recanted his religion six times.

 

Cranmer, I think, recanted, because he was in a state of terrible mental confusion. He really thought he was a traitor; he really thought that by supporting Jane he had betrayed God and then annoyed Mary. And with that among the things, I think you have to realize that here is a man who is imprisoned; who's lost his friends; who is surrounded by very sophisticated Catholics, telling him that he is a heretic, he's full of guilt and lonelyness, and in all that, it overwhelmed him.

 

Despite his recantations, he was still sentenced to death. He was 67 years old. Day had a takeoff. . .

 

Before he died, he was publicly shamed as a protestant heretic. He denied the authority of the one true Catholic Church and the Pope. Let him burned for all eternity in the flames of hell.

 

He was burned at the stake in Oxford, May 1556. Mary would simply not let him off the hook. He had done everything that the church demanded. He had said that he was a heretic, he had said that he was sorry for being a heretic, and he still died. Even at the time, people thought this was bad form. Catholics were embarrassed about it, and the government's explainations which they put out as propaganda were not very convincing.

 

There were nearly 300 burned in about three and half years in Mary's reign, which was actually more than the Spanish Inquisition and the French Chambre Ardente put together in the same period.

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And she pursued him literally to death, not even to the grave, because there was nothing left of him once he was burnt at the stake in Oxford.

 

That which is the faithful congregation, we shall. . .

 

After his arrest, Cranmer was imprisoned in the tower before being subjected to a series of show trials. The trials lasted for more than two years. Mary was publicly humiliating the figurehead of the protestant heretic faith. He recanted his religion six times.

 

Cranmer, I think, recanted, because he was in a state of terrible mental confusion. He really thought he was a traitor; he really thought that by supporting Jane he had betrayed God and then annoyed Mary. And with that among the things, / / you have to realize that here is a man who is imprisoned; who's lost his friends; who is surrounded by very sophisticated Catholics, telling him that he is a heretic, he's full of guilt and loneliness, and in all that, it overwhelmed him.

 

Despite his recantations, he was still sentenced to death. He was 67 years old. ‘Day had a takeoff. . .’ Before he died, he was publicly shamed as a protestant heretic. He denied the authority of the one true Catholic Church and the Pope. Let him burned for all eternity in the flames of hell.

 

He was burned at the stake in Oxford in May 1556.

 

Mary would simply not let him off the hook. He had done everything that the church demanded. He had said that he was a heretic, he had said that he was sorry for being a heretic, and he still died. Even at the time, people thought this was bad form. Catholics were embarrassed about it, and the government's explanations which they put out as propaganda were not very convincing.

 

There were nearly 300 burned in about three and half years in Mary's reign, which was actually more than the Spanish Inquisition and the French Chambre Ardente put together in the same period.

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  And she pursued him not literally to death, not even to the grave, because there will be nothing left of him once he was burnt at the stake or else, but…

 

  That which’s the faithful congregation we shall…

 

  After his arrest, Cranmer was imprisoned in the tower, before being subjected to a series of show trials.

 

  In the 14th…

 

  The trial lasted more than 2 years. Mary was publicly humiliating the figurehead of the Protestant heretic fate. He recanted his religion six times.

 

  Cranmer, I think, recanted because he was in a state of terrible mental confusion. He really thought he was a traitor, he really thought that by supporting Jane he had betrayed God and annoyed Mary. And with that among him, you have to realize that he was the man who was in prison, who’s lost his friends, who was surrounded by very sophisticated Catholics, telling him that he was a heretic, he was full of guilt, and loneliness, and in all that, it overwhelmed him.

 

  Despite his recantations, he was still sentenced to death, he was 67 years old. Before he died, he was publicly shamed as a Protestant heretic. He denied the authority of the one true Catholic church, and the pope.

 

  Let him burn. Burn all of eternity in the flame of the hell.

 

  He was burnt at the stake in Oxford in May, 1556.

 

  Mary would not simply let him off the hook, he had done everything that the church demanded, he had said that he was a heretic, he had said that he was sorry for being a heretic, and he still died. Even at the time, people thought it was a bad form, Catholics were embarrassed about it, and the government’s explanations which they put out for propaganda were not very convincing.

 

  There were nearly 600 burnt in the past 3.5 years, in Mary’s reign, which was actually more than the Spanish inquisition and the French *** put together in the same period.

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he really thought that by supporting Jane he had betrayed God's anointed Mary. And with that in mind, I think you have to realize
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And she pursued him what literally to death, not even to the grave, because there was nothing left of him once he burnt at the stake in Oxford.


After his arrest, / was imprison in the tower before being subjected to a series of show trails. The trail lasted for more than 2 years. Marry was publicly humiliating the fighurehead of the protest heretic faith. He recanted his religion 6 times.


/, I think, recant to, because he was in / terrible mental confusion. He really thought he was a traitor, he really thought that by supporting Jane he had betrayed god / to Mary.  But / among the thing, you have to realize that here is a man who is imprisoned with lost his friends, wh surrended by very sophisticated Catholics, telling him that he is a heretic, he is full of guilt and loneliness, and in all that, it overwhelmed him.


Despite his recantations, he was still sentenced to dead. He was 67 years old. Before he died, he was publicly shamed as a protestant heretic. He denied the authority of the one true Catholic church and the Pope. "Let him burned for all the / ternity / in the flames of hell."


He was burned the stake in Oxford in May 1556.

 

Mary would simple not let him off the hook. He had done everything the church demanded. He had said that he was a heretic, he had said he was sorry being a heretic, and he still died. Even at the time, people thought this was bad form. Catholic were embarrassed about him, and the government said explanations which they put out as / were not very convincing.


There were near 300 burnt in abut three and half years in Mary's reign, which was actually more than the Spanish Inquisition and the French / put together in the same period.

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And she pursued literally to death not even to the Grey because there was nothing left once burnt at the stake the time. That was the faithful congregation. After his arrest, Crammer was poisoned to a tower before being subjected to a serious soul trial. The trials lasted for more than two years. Mary was publicly humiliating the figure head of Protestant heretics. She recanted his religion six times. Crammer, I think, recanted religion because he was in a state of terrible mental confusion. He really thought he was a traitor. He really thought by supporting Jean he betrayed God. With that in mind, I think he has to realize he’s an ? in prison, who is losing his friends surrounded by very ? Catholics, telling him he was a heretic, he was full of guilt, and loneliness and all that overwhelmed him. Despite his recantations, he was still sentenced to death. He was sixty-seven years old. Before he died, he was publicly shamed as a protestant heretic. He denied the one true Catholic Church and the Pope. Let him burn. (燃烧吧) For all eternity in the flames of hell. (在地狱的火焰中得到永生) He was burnt in stake, Oxford May 1556. Mary would not simply let him off the hook, done everything church demanded. He was said he was a heretic. He was said that he was sorry for being a heretic and he still died even at the time, people thought this was a bad form. Catholic would be embarrassed about it and the government’s explanation where they put the propaganda was not very convincing. There were nearly three hundred burns in about three and a half years in Mary’s reign which is actually more than Spanish acquisition during the French Shawn Danton put together in the same period. Notes: Recantation: 改变宗教信仰 change religious belief/ faith.
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And she pursued him literally to death, not even to the grave, because there was nothing left of him once he was/ burnt at the stake in Oxford.

 

That which is the faithful congregation, we shall. . .

 

After his arrest, Cranmer was imprisoned in the tower before being subjected to a series of show trials. The trials lasted for more than two years. Mary was publicly humiliating the figurehead of the protestant heretic faith. He recanted his religion six times.

 

Cranmer, I think, recanted, because he was in a state of terrible mental confusion. He really thought he was a traitor; he really thought that by supporting Jane he had betrayed God's anointed Mary. And with that mind, I think you have to realize that here is a man who is imprisoned; who's lost his friends; who is surrounded by very sophisticated Catholics, telling him that he is a heretic, he's full of guilt and loneliness, and in all that, it overwhelmed him.

 

Despite his recantations, he was still sentenced to death. He was 67 years old. ‘Day had a takeoff. . .’ Before he died, he was publicly shamed as a protestant heretic. He denied the authority of the one true Catholic Church and the Pope. Let him burned for all eternity in the flames of hell.

 

He was burned at the stake in Oxford in May 1556.

 

Mary would simply not let him off the hook. He had done everything that the church demanded. He had said that he was a heretic, he had said that he was sorry for being a heretic, and he's still died. Even at the time, people thought this was a bad form. Catholics were embarrassed about it, and the government's explanations which they put out as propaganda were not very convincing.

 

There were nearly 300 burned in about three and half years in Mary's reign, which was actually more than the Spanish Inquisition and the French Chambre Ardente put together in the same period.

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And she pursued him literally to death, not even to the grave, because there was nothing left of him once he was burnt at the stake in Oxford.
After his arrest, Cramner was imprisoned in the tower before being subjected to a series of show trials. The trials lasted for more than two years. Mary was publicly humiliating the figurehead of the protestant heretic faith. He recanted his religion six times.

Cramner I think recanted because he was in a state of terrible mental confusion. He really thought he was a traitor, he really thought that by supporting Jane he had betrayed God's anointed Mary. Then with that in mind, I think you have to realize that here's a man who is in prison, who's lost his friends, who's surrounded by very sophisticated Catholics, telling him that he's an heretic, he's full of guilt, and loneliness and in all that it overwhelmed him.

Despite his recantations, he was still sentenced to death. He was 67 years old. Before he died, he was publicly shamed as a protestant heretic. He denied the authority of the one true Catholic Church and the Pope.

He was burnt at the stake in Oxford in May 1556.

Mary would simply not let him off the hook. He had done everything that the Church demanded. He had said that he was a heretic, he had said that he was sorry for being a heretic. And he still died, even at that time, people thought this was bad form. Catholics were embarrassed about it, and the government's explanation which they put out as propaganda were not very convincing.

There were nearly 300 burned in about 3.5 years in Mary's reign which was actually more than the Spanish Inquisition and French Chambre Ardente put together in  the same period.
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and she pursued him literally to death, not even to the grave, because there was nothing
left of him once he was burnt at the stake in oxford.

"that which is the faithful congregation,we shall.. "

after his arrest, Cranmer was imprisoned in the tower before being subjected to a series
of show trials, the trails last for more than 2 years. Mary was publicly humiliating
the figurehead of the protestant heretic faith. he recanted his religion six times.

Cranmer, I think, recanted, because he was in a state of terrible mental confusion, he
really thought he was a traiter, he really thought by supporting Jane, he had betraited
God's anointed Mary, and with that mind, you have to realize that here is a man who is
imprisoned, who's lost his friends, who is surrounded by very sophisticated catholics,
telling him that he is a heretic, he is full of guilt and loneliness, and in all that,
it overwhelmed him

despite his recantations, he was still sentenced to death, he was 67 years old,

'day had a takeoff'

before he died, he was publicly shamed as a protestant heretic, he denied the authority
of one true catholic church and the Pope,

"let him burn for all the eternity in the flames of hell

he was burned at the stake in oxford, May 1556.

May would simply not let him off the hook, he had done everything that the church demanded,
he had said that he was a heretic, he had said that he was sorry for being a heretic,
and he's still died, even at that time, people thought that this was a bad form, catholics
were embarrassed about it, and the government/s explanations which they put out as
propaganda were not very convincing.

there were nearly 300 burned in about 3 and half years in Mary's reign, which was
actually more than spanish inquisition and french chambre Ardente put together in the same
period.
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