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Europe in the sixteenth century

Author: Andrew Pettegree
Publisher: Oxford : Blackwell, 2002.
Series: Blackwell history of Europe
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

Introduces readers to the central features and developments of 16th-century Europe. The author's account of the major events of the age - political and religious conflicts, statebuilding, and  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Pettegree
ISBN: 063120704X 9780631207047
OCLC Number: 876136117
Description: IX, 380 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Acknowledgements. Table of Contents. List of Maps and Tables. List of Illustrations. 1. Time and Space: Living in Sixteenth-Century Europe. 2. Europe in 1500: Political Organization. 3. The Struggle for Italy. 4. The Winds of Change. 5. The Reformation. 6. Charles V and the Defense of Catholic Europe. 7. The Age of Religious War. 8. The French Wars of Religion. 9. The Dutch Revolt. 10. The Making of Protestant Britain. 11. Philip II and the Resolution of the Reformation Conflict. 12. New Worlds. 13. Eastern Europe. 14. Culture. 15. Europe in 1600. Appendix: List of Major Rulers.
Series Title: Blackwell history of Europe
Responsibility: Andrew Pettegree.


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"Andrew Pettegree is one of the most eloquent and perceptive historians working on early-modern European history, and this work is evidence of that." C. Scott Dixon, The Queen's University of Read more...

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