Europe and England in the Sixteenth Century

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ILLUSTRATIONS AND SUPPORTING MATERIAL

Chapter One
Frontispiece: European state boundaries c. 1500 4
1.1 Table: Urban populations 14
1.2 Map: Trade and commerce in Western Europe 16
1.3 Map: Communication times in the sixteenth century 17
1.4 Table: The transit of Spanish troops to the Netherlands 18
1.5 Glossary 19

Chapter Two
Frontispiece: The crucifixion from the Isenheim Altarpiece by Matthias Grunewald (1455-1528), Musée d’Unterlinden, Colmar, France/Giraudon/Bridgeman Art Library/London 22
2.1 Documentary exercise: Erasmus and the Church 24-5
2.2 Digest: Historical perceptions of the Renaissance 28
2.3 Biographical sketches: Artists of the Renaissance 29
2.4 Biographical sketches: Humanists of Northern Europe 35
2.5 Glossary 36

Chapter Three
Frontispiece: The World Map by Henricus Martellus M.15,760. ff. 686-69. By permission of the British Library, London 38
3.1 Map: The Portuguese discoveries 41
3.2 Digest: The papacy and the New World 42
3.3 Map: Major voyages to the New World, 1492-1535 43
3.4 Map: The exploration of the New World 44
3.5 Documentary exercise: European attitudes towards the native populations 46-7
3.6 Biographical sketches: Explorers and conquerors 51

Chapter Four
Frontispiece: Martin Luther, holding a copy of his German Bible, triumphs over his Catholic opponent, Thomas Murner: a popular print. Reproduced from A.G. Dickens, Reformation and Society in Sixteenth-Century Europe, British Library 56
4.1 Documentary exercise: The Indulgences Controversy 60-1
4.2 Digest: The Reformation treatises 62
4.3 Biographical sketches: Leading figures in the German Reformation 64
4.4 Digest: The Reformation in the German cities 66
4.5 Map: Switzerland at the time of the Reformation 68
4.6 Glossary 72

Chapter Five
Frontispiece: Printers at work: an engraving by Jost Amman, 1559. Reproduced from A.G. Dickens, Reformation and Society in Sixteenth-Century Europe, British Library 75
5.1 Chronology: Geneva: the chronology of an urban reformation 78
5.2 Digest: The system established by the Ecclesiastical Ordinances79
5.3 Biographical sketches: Associates and followers of Calvin 81
5.4 Digest: Calvinism and capitalism 82

Chapter Six
Frontispiece: S. Carlo Borromeo by D. Crespi. Photo: Alinari 45367. By courtesy of Time Inc., New York 86
6.1 Digest: The achievement of the Council of Trent 92
6.2 Biographical sketches: The Counter-Reformation and the papacy 93
6.3 Maps: (a) The religious map of Europe, c. 1560; (b) The religious map of Europe c. 1600 96-7

Chapter Seven
Frontispiece: Interior of Mosque/Cordoba Cathedral, by permission of the Werner Forman Archive, London 102
7.1 Maps: (a) The progress of the reconquista; (b) the political map of Spain in 1469 104-5
7.2 Digest: The administrative system of the Catholic Monarchs 108
7.3 Digest: The finances of the Castilian crown under the Catholic Monarchs 110
7.4 Digest: Major events in the foreign affairs of the Catholic Monarchs 114
7.5 Digest: The conciliar system of Habsburg Spain 118
7.6 Glossary 122

Chapter Eight
Frontispiece: Funeral effigy of Henry VII. By courtesy of the Dean and Chapter of Westminster Abbey 125
8.1 Genealogy: Lancastrians and Yorkists 127
8.2 Biographical sketches: Some early Tudor careers 129

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