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    Religious War Summary

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    CH 12 Age of religious wars Matthew Bauchert RENEWED RELIGIOUS STRUGGLE PG 390 -392 • Peace of Augsburg – legal Lutheranism in HRE but not Calvinists and Anabaptists • After council of Trent-Jesuits launch global counter-offensive against Protestantism • Intellectuals preach tolerance before politicians • Castellio comments of killing of Servetus by calvin • Politiques- rulers who urged tolerance, moderation, and compromise • Catholics and Protestants struggle for control of France, Netherlands and England • FRENCH WARS OF RELIGION (1562-1598) PG 392-397 • French protestants= Huguenots- from Besancon Hugues- leader of Geneva’s political revolt against House of Savoy 1520’s • HRE emperor Charles V captured Fancis I of France at Battle of Pavia ion 1525-…

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    They both caused conflict in the government and tension between common people, but France did not fall after a new religion was introduced, and Rome did. I viewed the Guises as similar to the Roman Officials who persecuted Christians, basically just big bullies. The protestant leaders who eventually gained enough power to raise an army against the French government reminded me of Emperor Constantine, because they both were catalysts to the spread of a new religion. These similarities allowed me…

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    arranged to marry her to the second son of Francois I, King of France, Henri II. The King and the rest of the French public quickly realised that Catherine’s rank was somewhat low to be marrying a prince, and that her dowry should have been larger. However, Francois I…

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    In the 16th Century, religion divided Europe. However, a hand full of rulers influenced their countries and led them towards success. These rulers were known as politiques. Politiques were rulers or people in places of position that put the success and well being of their states above religious unity. They did not just change how Europe was politically but changed it culturally as well. The rulers accomplished religious stability in their countries, balanced their governments, gained…

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    Third War Of Religion

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    a former history professor at Boise State University, neither the Catholics nor the Huguenots were prepared for war, so peace from the war was settled a year later in March of 1668. However, little time had passed before another conflict arose. The Cardinal of Lorraine attempted to kidnap two allies of the Huguenots, The Prince of Condé and Odet de Coligny, a French aristocrat, and this action started the Third War of Religion.The Huguenots lost the two major battles in the Third War, and both…

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    16-1 Edict of Nantes: Limited Toleration for the Huguenots 1. Henry intended on “obliterating” memory of “everything done by one party or the other” in the years immediately prior to his coronation as queen of France because he desired to build peace in his country. 2. Yes, it is. Because of it, Henry was like a person standing in the midst of the religions and the elements of society. He could consolidate and master his throne. 3. Henry’s son, Louis XIII, has regarded the Huguenots as “a…

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    were first hatched, but found agreement instead. “In the videos, both boys laugh at how simple it was to make others believe what they wanted them to. On camera, they vehemently denied 'copying' any other school shootings - saying they were going to be successful because they were going to die.” This literally showed their insanity and their mental issues. Another factor could be the gun control laws. Back then before it was easy for kids to get guns and nowadays it’s easy for kids to still…

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    The French and Indian War Introduction Have you ever wondered how America won its independence from England? When people came from England to find more land and to have their own religion, they were still under the control of England. Since they arrived, the colonists had to follow everything the king of England said, like taxes and laws that were being passed for these explorers. Then, the colonists got tired of the king of England made a stand for their independence. There was one particular…

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    Essay On Lacrosse

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    Around the 1630s, French Jesuit missionaries sailed to the St. Lawrence Valley and were inspired by the game of lacrosse played by the Native Americans. Jean de Brebeuf was the first European to document the game in 1636. After recording one of the Huron’s contests, he would officially name the sport “lacrosse.” The reason it is called lacrosse is that Crosse means stick with a curve end, which would look similar to a bishop crozier. Later in the mid-1800s, French residents in Canada would…

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    with conflict. Most Canadian conflict is over land, and cultural identity. In 1754, the French and Indian War started. It was about competition with the fur trade, Indian allies, and land disputes because it wasn’t just the French that lived there, but also the British lived there too. After the French and Indian war, the British took over Canada. Even though the British did a good job of unifying the dominion, there was a huge group of French and English. Rebellions broke out because of the…

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