Complatius George is mentioned in connexion with Servet, Gentilis, Campanus, Gribaldi, Blandrata, Alciati, Ochino, and Francis David, by Albert Graver, in his "Dissertation on a new and horrid Error concerning the Satisfaction of Christ" (p. 6); and Sandius, in the Appendix to his "Nucleus Hist. Eccles.," (p. 90,) reckons him among the number of those, who fled from Italy, on the dissolution of the society at Vicenza, in 1546. No other mention appears to be made of him by literary historians, or bibliographers.
(Vidend. Sandii Nucl. H. E. App. p. 90. Bock, Hist. Ant. T. I. pp. 1070, 1071.)
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