The Magdeburg Centuries

an ecclesiastical history of the first thirteen centuries, arranged in thirteen volumes, compiled in the 16th century by Protestant scholars at Magdeburg.

See also: Century

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Its name was remembered in confessional memory through the most significant historiographical achievement of early modern Protestantism, the Magdeburg Centuries.
This milieu became the proper domain of Flacius, the restless hunter of manuscripts and outside support, in whose heart and head arose the idea for the Magdeburg Centuries, for which he then began to undertake preliminary studies.