Counter-Reformation and Price Revolution, 1559-1610

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CUP Archive, 1968 - History - 599 pages
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A comprehensive examination of the political, economic, social, and cultural development of the world from 1493 to 1945
  

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Contents

CHAPTER I
1
Loyola and the Jesuit schools 4312
2
The Inquisition The burning of Servetus 4813
3
Some causes of political tension in Germany page 3367
7
Greek as an ancillary study The school course assessed 4378
8
The political repercussions of religious disputes 4889
9
The strategic importance of the British Isles page 20910
10
CHAPTER II
14
Pius Vs Holy League The significance of Lepanto
252
Spanish relations with the papacy 2578
263
Financial crisis and opposition to Granvelle 2678
274
Parma embarks on reconquest
280
Catherine and Coligny 2889
286
Huguenots and Catholics The Peace of Monsieur
292
Manoeuvres for the succession in France page
295
Philip and the Guises 3001
301

The disparity of different sectors
20
Spanish importation and exportation of bullion 268
26
Population as an economic factor Expansion of cities 325
32
luxury products and local production 389
38
The abbot of Fulda and the bishop of Wiirzburg 33940
40
CHAPTER III
44
Lay control of the Church in Germany 512
51
Estimate of conversion to Christianity
57
The Catholic position in Germany Poland and Hungary page 589
58
The educational work of the Jesuits 656
65
CHAPTER IV
72
The characters of Luther and Melanchthon 723
78
Lutheranism endangered by disputes 801
89
The course of Calvinism in France Organisation 924
95
A Huguenot state within the State 967
103
The two Unions Roots of religious allegiance 1034
112
Socinianism
125
Political effects of the Reformation in Germany 12930
132
The weakness of crown revenues in Western Europe 1378
141
The salvation of parliament in England
148
The common law of Christendom 1667
166
The insistence on war and its justification 1712
174
propaganda 1767
180
Uncertain approaches to Scottish independence and amity with England
215
Arguments against and in favour of mercenaries 1812
218
Elizabeths reaction to the French War of Religion 2201
221
Mary favours Bothwell The death of Darnley 2278
228
CHAPTER IX
234
Granvelles insight and advice 2401
241
The character of sixteenthcentury revolutionary movements 3067
308
Reconstruction economic and political Officials 31416
317
The religious position in Habsburg lands 3234
326
The struggle for the electorate of Cologne 340
338
CHAPTER XI
347
Temporisation and intrigue 2934
351
The War of Cyprus The battle of Lepanto 3524
354
The later campaigns and the end of the war Renewed feuds in Persia 35960
362
The situation of the Moriscoes 2445
363
The use development and decoration of armour 1878
368
Sieges a final campaign and peace 3634
376
Polish relations with Turkey
396
Trade and transport Danzig and Eastland Company 4002
402
Contrasts between Mediterranean and Baltic lands 4045
414
moves and countermoves 41820
422
Diplomacy matches warfare in development 1501
431
The influences affecting learning
440
The early career of John Knox 11314
452
CHAPTER XV
453
Progress in mathematics Algebra 4579
461
Botany and zoology 4712
477
artillery cavalry infantry 1912
480
The Calvinists and the doctrine of resistance 499500
499
CHAPTER XVII
507
Population and labour problems 51213
516
Events leading to their revolt 2456
532
Developments in India 5401
540
Missionary work in India and the Middle East 54750
556
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