One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A Christian sect that was founded in southern France c.1170 by Peter Valdes (d.1205), a merchant of Lyons, and adopted Calvinist doctrines during the Reformation, now existing chiefly in Italy and America.
- ‘The proclamational approach of the book of Acts had gradually transferred from Rome to the sectarian movements of the early and mid-Middle Ages: e.g. Paulicians, Albigenses, and Waldenses.’
- ‘The poorly equipped Waldenses (also called Vaudois) offered heroic resistance.’
- ‘In Germany it targeted a sect called the Waldenses, and pantheists.’
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