Politics, Religion & Diplomacy in Early Modern Europe: Essays in Honor of Delamar Jensen

Synopsis

Contents: De Lamar Jensen Renaissance Man & Scholar; The First Permanent Embassy Outside Italy: The Milanese Embassy at the French Court, 1464-1949; Most Brutal Madness: Warfare in the Works of Machiavelli and Leonardo; Jacob Sturm and the Siezure of Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel by the Schmalkaldic League, 1542-1545; Lords, Peasants, and the Introduction of Calvinist Preaching in Holland's Noorder-Kwartier; The Birth of the Dutch Nation; Some Jesuit Counter-Reformation Strategies in East Central Europe, 1550-1585; The Two Faces of Rome: The Fate of Protestantism in France; War or Peace: A French Pamphlet Polemic, 1604-1606; The impact of the French Wars of Religion on a Frontier Province: Problems of Confrontation in Catalonia; After the Armada: The Cuatro Villas de la Costa and Philip's Brittany Campaign; The Politics of Philip II; The Development of Spanish Naval Strategy and Tactics in the Sixteenth Century; The Converso Lineage of Rodrigo Calderon; Spanish Secret Diplomacy at the Court of James; Daniel Rogers in Copenhagen, 1588: Mission and Memory; Elizabethan Diplomacy: The Subtle Revolution; William Cecil and the Antichirst: A Study in Anti-Cahtolic Ideology; Religious Toleration During the Age of Reformation; Index.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Vincent Ilardi
  • Marvin Lunenfeld
  • Thomas A. Brady Jr.
  • James D. Tracy
  • Herbert H. Rowen
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Kirksville, MO
Publication year:
  • 1994