Europe and England in the Sixteenth Century

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INDEX
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a
Aalst 273
Abjuration, Act of (1581) 275
Address to the Christian Nobility of the German Nation (1520) 62
Adrian of Utrecht (Pope Adrian VI 1522-3) 116 , 149
Against the Robbing, Murdering Hordes of Peasants (1525) 66
Agricola, Johannes 64
Agricola, Rudolf 35
Albert, Archduke 281
Albert of Brandenburg 59
Alberti, Leon Battista 31
Albuquerque, Afonso de 50 -1
Alcabala110 , 121
Alcaçovas, Treaty of (1479) 40
Alcalà, University of 88 , 113
Alcantara, Order of 105
Alençon, Duke of 248 , 257 , 260 , 274 , 327 , 330
Alexander VI (Pope 1492-1503) 142 , 145
Alkmaar 272
Allen, Cardinal William 308 , 333
Almeida, Francisco de 50
Alva, Duke of 268 , 270 -3, 285 , 286 , 289 , 327
Amboise, Georges d’, Archbishop of Rouen 88
Amboise, Peace of (1563) 250
Amboise, Tumult of (1560) 246
America 39 - 53
Amicable Grant (1525) 160 , 166
Anabaptism 57 -8, 71 -2, 266
Annates, Act in Restraint of (1532) 174
Anne of Cleves 182
Anthony of Bourbon, King of Navarre (1554-62) 201 , 244 , 245 , 249 , 250 , 260
Antonio, claimant to the throne of Portugal 289
Antwerp 142 , 264 , 266 , 280
Appeals, Act in Restraint of (1533) 173 , 174
Aragon 5 , 104 -5, 108 , 111 -12, 117 , 290
Aristocracy 11 - 12
Armada (1588) 291 , 335
Arras, Union of (1579) 275
Arthur, Prince of Wales 129 , 136 , 137
Asientos287
Aske, Robert 175
Askew, Anne 185
Attainder, Acts of 129 , 139
Audiencia45 -6, 108
Augmentations, Court of 174 , 179
Augsburg 66 , 208
Augsburg, Confession of (1530) 215
Augsburg, Diet of (1530) 215 ;
(1555) 219
Augsburg, Peace of (1555) 219
Ayton, Treaty of (1498) 137
Aztecs 44 -5

b
Babington Plot (1586) 334
Balboa, Vasco Nunez de 42
Bancroft, Richard, Archbishop of Canterbury 308
Barcelona, Treaty of (1493) 114 , 150
Barcelona, Treaty of (1529) 151
Baroque architecture 98
Barton, Elizabeth (‘the Nun of Kent’) 175
Bavaria 94 , 222
Bellièvre, Pomponne de 345 , 347
Berne 66
Berwick, Treaty of (1560) 327
Berwick, Treaty of (1586) 326 , 329
Beza, Theodore 81 , 253
Bible, English Translations of 176
Bible, Greek version of 35
Bible, Luther’s Translation of 63 -4
Bible, Polyglot 88
Biron, Marshal of 348
Black Death 8
Black Rubric 229
Blois, Treaty of (1505) 113 , 114
Blois, Treaty of (1572) 326
Bodin, Jean 254

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