Europe and England in the Sixteenth Century

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8.3 Map: Henry VII’s England: the geography of insecurity 130
8.4 Digest: Parliamentary grants in the reign of Henry VII 133
8.5 Digest: Summary of English diplomatic agreements under Henry VII 136
8.6 Glossary 138

Chapter Nine
Frontispiece: The Battle of Pavia, anonymous painter. By courtesy of The Royal Collection © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 141
9.1 Map: Italy in 1500 143
9.2 Genealogy and map: The Habsburg inheritance 147
9.3 Narrative table: Conflict in Italy, 1493-1529 150-1

Chapter Ten
Frontispiece: Henry VIII jousts in the presence of Queen Catherine. By courtesy of the College of Arms, document: the Westminster Tournament Roll 156
10.1 Diagram: The structure of government under the early Tudors 161
10.2 Documentary exercise: Cardinal Wolsey and his enemies 164-5
10.3 Glossary 166

Chapter Eleven
Frontispiece: Historie of the Reformation of the Church of England. Allegory—sepia print. By courtesy of Time Inc., New York 169
11.1 Digest: The Reformation statutes 174
11.2 Biographical sketches: Some Henrician bishops 175-6
11.3 Biographical sketches: Politicians and courtiers 176-7
11.4 Map: Central government and the localities, 1536-47 178
11.5 Genealogy: The Tudor line of descent 183
11.6 Glossary 185

Chapter Twelve
Frontispiece: Château of Chambord. By courtesy of the Robert Harding Picture Library 187
12.1 Map: France in the reign of Francis I 189
12.2 Diagram: The government of France under Francis I and Henry II 192
12.3 Biographical sketches: Key figures 193-4
12.4 Genealogy: The succession to the throne of France, 1515-1610 198

Chapter Thirteen
Frontispiece: Portrait of Charles V, late 1540s, by Titian (Tiziano Vecellio: c. 1485-1576). Alte Pinakothek, Munich/Giraudon/Bridgeman Art Library, London 206
13.1 Map: Germany and the Empire in the time of Charles V 209
13.2 Biographical sketches: Key figures 211
13.3 Diagram: The imperial roadshow: the logistics of personal monarchy in the first half of the sixteenth century 212
13.4 Digest: The rise and fall of the Schmalkaldic League 216

Chapter Fourteen
Frontispiece: Henry VIII bestowing the Succession upon Edward. By courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery 225
14.1 Table: Prices and wages, 1491-1590 227
14.2 Digest: The search for a religious settlement, 1547-58 228-9
14.3 Biographical sketches: Victims and survivors of the ‘crisis’ 230
14.4 Map: The geography of crisis: England, 1547-58 231

Chapter Fifteen
Frontispiece: The massacre at Vassy on the first day of March 1562, by courtesy of the French Protestant Church of London 242
15.1 Map: France during the Wars of Religion 243
15.2 Genealogies of the major noble families of France 245
15.3 Digest: Military narrative 250-1
15.4 Documentary exercise: Challenges to royal authority in France 258-9
15.5 Biographical sketches: Key figures 260

Chapter Sixteen
Frontispiece: The Sack of Mechelen. By permission of the British Museum Department of Prints and Drawings 263
16.1 Map: The Netherlands in 1555 265
16.2 Biographical sketches: Spanish leaders 268
16.3 Biographical sketches: Dutch leaders 268-9
16.4 Map and narrative: The first and second revolts, 1565-74 277
16.5 Map and narrative: Parma’s reconquest, 1580-9 278
16.6 Map and narrative: Campaigns of Maurice of Nassau and of Spinola, 1590-1606 279

Chapter Seventeen
Frontispiece: The Battle of Lepanto. By courtesy of the National Maritime Museum, London 283

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