Visual Timeline: Marie Dentiere

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1495 CE - 1561 CE: Life of reformer, theologian, writer, and preacher Marie Dentière.
1524 CE: Marie Dentière reads Martin Luther, renounces Catholicism, leaves her convent.
1528 CE: Marie Dentière marries the Reformed priest Simon Robert.
1533 CE: Marie Dentière's husband dies; she marries reformer Antoine Froment.
1535 CE: Marie Dentière, Froment, and her children move to Geneva.
1536 CE: Marie Dentière publishes The War and Deliverance of the City of Geneva.
1536 CE - 1538 CE: Marie Dentière supports the ministry of John Calvin and William Farel in Geneva.
1539 CE: Marie Dentière publishes A Very Useful Epistle.
1540 CE - 1546 CE: Marie Dentière concentrates on street preaching after her writings were suppressed.
1546 CE: Marie Dentière is censured by John Calvin for street preaching.
1555 CE: Marie Dentière writes a preface to John Calvin's sermon on women's apparel.
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