Europe and England in the Sixteenth Century

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17.1 Narrative summary: Administrative crisis: the cases of Don Carlos and Antonio Perez 286
17.2 Table: The European commitments of Philip II 292-3
17.3 Biographical sketches: Key figures 295
17.4 Diagram: Imports of bullion from the New World 296

Chapter Eighteen
Frontispiece: Life and death of Sir Henry Unton. By courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery, London 298
18.1 Digest: The Elizabethan religious settlement: a Protestant settlement? 303
18.2 Narrative summary: Elizabeth and her Parliaments: the historical debate 304
18.3 Statistical digest: Elizabeth’s Parliaments and chart of parliamentary sittings 306-7
18.4 Biographical sketches: Elizabethan churchmen and their opponents 308-9
18.5 Documentary exercise: The controversy over prophesyings 310-11
18.6 Statistical digest: The Elizabethan economy 313
18.7 Digest: Elizabethan social and economic legislation 314
18.8 Map: The English domestic economy in the second half of the sixteenth century 316
18.9 Biographical sketches and map: (a) English exploration and extra-European trade in the second half of the sixteenth century; (b) Elizabethan overseas trade and voyages of discovery 317-18
18.10 Map: Tudor Ireland 319

Chapter Nineteen
Frontispiece: Elizabeth I, Armada Portrait (version 2) by George Gower (1540-96) (attrib. to), Woburn Abbey, Bedfordshire/Bridgeman Art Gallery, London 322
19.1 Biographical sketches: Courtiers and statesmen 323
19.2 Narrative summary: Elizabethan diplomacy 326
19.3 Documentary exercise: Social crisis in the 1590s 336-7

Chapter Twenty
Frontispiece: Etching of Henry IV of France on horseback by Antonio Tempesta after Nicolaus van Aelst. By courtesy of the Board of Trustees of the Victoria & Albert Museum 340
20.1 Documentary exercise: The Edict of Nantes 343
20.2 Biographical sketches: Key figures 347

Cross-chapter inserts
1 The art of the Renaissance 30-1
2 Parliament and the frequency of Parliaments, 1485-1558 134
3 The imperial election, 1519 148
4 The Kingdom of Scotland, 1488-1542 180-1
5 The Armada campaign 291
6 The Kingdom of Scotland, 1542-1603 328-9

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