The renaissance, the Protestant revolution and the Catholic reformation in continental Europe, by Edward Maslin Hulme ...


Rev. ed.. New York, The Century Company, 1915.
ISBN 0790549301

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Subjects Counter-Reformation.
Reformation.
Renaissance.
Description 6 preliminary leaves, 3-629 pages including genealogical tables maps (2 double) 23 cm
Copyright Date 1915.
Notes "A list of references": pages 571-607.
Contents The Renaissance. The papacy ; Political affairs ; The revival of the nation ; The revival of the individual ; The revival of literature ; The revival of art ; The revival of science ; The revival of conscience ; The age of discovery -- The Protestant revolution. Political affairs at the opening of the Protestant revolution ; Humanism and heresy ; The German revolt from Rome ; The social revolution ; Protestantism and the balance of power ; The Swiss revolt from Rome ; The French revolt from Rome ; Revolt in the north and heresy in the south ; The results of the Protestant revolution ; The development of letters and art -- The Catholic Reformation. The Turk, the comet and the devil ; The rise of the Jesuits ; The Council of Trent ; The triumph of militant Catholicism ; The Spanish supremacy ; The revolt of the Netherlands ; The religious wars in France ; Papacy and empire ; Magyar and Slav ; The republic of letters ; The republic of arts.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)602308
(OCoLC)ocm00602308
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WorldCat Identities Hulme, Edward Maslin, 1871-1951.
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