Protestant hymnbook contained 89 hymns in the Czech language published in Prague, Bohemia on January 13, 1501. The group Unitas Fratrum were pacifist followers of the Protestant leader Jan Hus. The book was also the first Christian hymnbook to be printed in a commonly spoken language.
January 13, 1501
Prague, Czech Republic
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