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Switzerland and GermanySwitzerland and Germany
Contributing factors to lay criticism of the church included all of the following
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I. BackgroundI. Background
Germanic kingdoms established, including Frankish kingdom. Charlemagne helps Pope, crowned "emperor." Many kingdoms collapse because of barbarian invasions
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An Age of Religious War I. IntroductionAn Age of Religious War I. Introduction
Between 1560 and 1715, Europe witnessed only thirty years of international peace
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Chapter 12 the age of religious warsChapter 12 the age of religious wars
After painful experiences, some rulers known as politiques subordinated theological doctrine to political-unity
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Chapter 12: The Age of Religious WarsChapter 12: The Age of Religious Wars
In the second half of the sixteenth century, religious struggles will spread westward as Calvinists fight for religious recognition and win over Scotland and the Netherlands to their camp
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DirectionsDirections
What was the chief cause of religious wars that plagued Europe in the sixteenth century?
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Chapter 4 – the age of religious warsChapter 4 – the age of religious wars
Protestant Henry of Navarre to the throne as Henry IV. Philip II of Spain was alarmed at the prospect of a Protestant France, but Henry was a politique and wisely converted to Catholicism while granting minority religious rights in an officially Catholic
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Notebook #4 The Age of Religious Wars ap european History Mr. Konecke Name: PeriodNotebook #4 The Age of Religious Wars ap european History Mr. Konecke Name: Period
Early 1500s, religious conflict was mainly struggle between Lutherans & Zwinglians in central Europe
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The Thirty Years’ WarThe Thirty Years’ War
War. However, dynastic rivalries between the Bourbon family in France and the Hapsburgs of Spain and the Holy Roman Empire also played a major role
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Probably, the major attraction of Calvinism for French nobles wasProbably, the major attraction of Calvinism for French nobles was
The teachings of which of the following had the greatest impact on the Reformation in Scotland?
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Ap 12 test bank keyAp 12 test bank key
Of the following, the major political opponent of the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V was
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History 7316: Religious Tolerance and Intolerance in Early Modern EuropeHistory 7316: Religious Tolerance and Intolerance in Early Modern Europe
Christendom split into hostile, warring camps. Despite the ideals of toleration and religious freedom championed by some thinkers
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Tudor stuart britain: History 433: reading & question list abbreviationsTudor stuart britain: History 433: reading & question list abbreviations
C. H. Firth and R. S. Rait, eds., Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum, 1642-60
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Chapter 14 Test ReviewChapter 14 Test Review
The French wars of religion were largely caused by which two groups? Catholics and Huguenots
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The Reformation/Counter Reformation/Religious Wars Test answer keyThe Reformation/Counter Reformation/Religious Wars Test answer key
From the thirteenth to fifteenth centuries, lay religious groups shared a common goal of religious
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