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Fug·ger

 (fo͝og′ər)
Family of German financiers who exerted great economic and political influence in the 1400s and 1500s. Founded by Johannes (1348-1409), the family business was greatly expanded by his son Jakob (died 1469).

Fugger

(German ˈfʊɡər)
n
(Biography) a German family of merchants and bankers, prominent in 15th- and 16th-century Europe
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Historical actors such as Luther, Cajetan, Frederick the Wise, the Emperor Charles V, or the Fugger family, others like King Henry VIII or Queen Elizabeth I, or rich merchants in Amsterdam and Antwerp, Hamburg and London who supported the new theological orientation were fully aware of their own context.
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