Europe in the Sixteenth Century 1494-1598, Fifth Edition Period IV (of 8), Periods of European History
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Europe in the Sixteenth Century 1494-1598, Fifth Edition Period IV (of 8), Periods of European History

By A. H. (Arthur Henry) Johnson
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  • EUROPE IN THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY 1494–1598
    • PREFACE
    • PREFACE TO FOURTH EDITION
    • LIST OF MAPS
    • CONTENTS
    • BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
    • INTRODUCTION
    • CHAPTER I
      • § 1. The Expedition of Charles VIII.
      • § 2. Savonarola and Florence.
      • § 3. Louis XII.    The War of Milan and Naples.
      • § 4. Alexander VI. and Cæsar Borgia.
      • § 5. The League of Cambray.
    • § 1. The Expedition of Charles VIII.
    • § 2. Savonarola and Florence.
    • § 3. Louis XII.    The War of Milan and Naples.
    • § 4. Alexander VI. and Cæsar Borgia.
    • § 5. The League of Cambray.
    • CHAPTER II
      • § 1. France.
      • § 2. Spain.
      • § 3. Germany.
    • § 1. France.
    • § 2. Spain.
    • § 3. Germany.
    • CHAPTER III
      • § 1. The Imperial Election.
      • § 2. The Revolt of the Comuneros
      • § 3. The Diet of Worms, 1521.
      • § 4. The War, 1522–1523.
      • § 5. Luther and the Council of Regency.
      • § 6. The Victory of Pavia.
      • § 7. The Peasants’ War.
    • § 1. The Imperial Election.
    • § 2. The Revolt of the Comuneros
    • § 3. The Diet of Worms, 1521.
    • § 4. The War, 1522–1523.
    • § 5. Luther and the Council of Regency.
    • § 6. The Victory of Pavia.
    • § 7. The Peasants’ War.
    • CHAPTER IV
      • § 1. Treaty of Madrid and League of Cognac.
      • § 2. Progress of the Reformation in Germany.
      • § 3. European complications and the fortunes of the Protestants, from 1532 to the Treaty of Crespi.
    • § 1. Treaty of Madrid and League of Cognac.
    • § 2. Progress of the Reformation in Germany.
    • § 3. European complications and the fortunes of the Protestants, from 1532 to the Treaty of Crespi.
    • CHAPTER V
      • § 1. The Schmalkaldic War and the battle of Mühlberg.
      • § 2. From the Diet of Augsburg to the Peace of Augsburg.
      • § 3. Last War between France and Spain.
    • § 1. The Schmalkaldic War and the battle of Mühlberg.
    • § 2. From the Diet of Augsburg to the Peace of Augsburg.
    • § 3. Last War between France and Spain.
    • CHAPTER VI
      • § 1. The Counter-Reformation.
      • § 2. Calvin and Geneva.
    • § 1. The Counter-Reformation.
    • § 2. Calvin and Geneva.
    • CHAPTER VII
      • § 1. Persecution of the Protestants—The Inquisition.
      • § 2. The Mystery of Don Carlos.
      • § 3. Wars against the Moors and Turks. The Rebellion of the Moriscoes.
      • § 4. Renewed struggle against the Turks. The victory of Lepanto, 1571–1574.
      • § 5. The conquest of Portugal.
      • § 6. Internal Government of Philip II.
    • § 1. Persecution of the Protestants—The Inquisition.
    • § 2. The Mystery of Don Carlos.
    • § 3. Wars against the Moors and Turks. The Rebellion of the Moriscoes.
    • § 4. Renewed struggle against the Turks. The victory of Lepanto, 1571–1574.
    • § 5. The conquest of Portugal.
    • § 6. Internal Government of Philip II.
    • CHAPTER VIII
    • CHAPTER IX
      • § 1. The Rise of the Huguenots during the Reign of Francis I.
      • § 2. The Reign of Henry II., 1547–1559.
      • § 3. The Reign of Francis II., July, 1559–December, 1560
      • § 4. Charles IX., December 1560–May 1574.
      • § 5. The reign of Henry III., March 1574–July 1589.
      • § 6. Henry IV. and the League, July 1589—May 1598.
      • Conclusion.
    • § 1. The Rise of the Huguenots during the Reign of Francis I.
    • § 2. The Reign of Henry II., 1547–1559.
    • § 3. The Reign of Francis II., July, 1559–December, 1560
    • § 4. Charles IX., December 1560–May 1574.
    • § 5. The reign of Henry III., March 1574–July 1589.
    • § 6. Henry IV. and the League, July 1589—May 1598.
    • Conclusion.
    • APPENDIX I
    • APPENDIX II
    • APPENDIX III
    • THE POPES, 1494 TO 1598.
    • INDEX
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