Teaching Other Voices: Women and Religion in Early Modern Europe

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INDEX
Agrippa, Henricus Cornelius, 119
Ahasuerus (Persian king), 65, 66n17
Ahlgren, Gillian T. W., 26, 157–66, 208, 235
Alberti, Leon Battista, 56, 58, 204
Albret, Jeanne d', 118
Alexander V (pope), 49
Amos (prophet), 70
Ana de San Bartolomé, 24, 28
Anabaptists, 3, 6
Angela da Foligno, Saint, 44
Angélique de Saint-Jean, Soeur, 190
Anglican church, 3, 4, 23
Antoninus (Pierozzi; archbishop of Florence), 58, 79
Aquileius (martyr), 79
Ariosto, Ludovico, Orlando Furioso, 93, 206
Armbruster, Felix, Sir, 144
Arnauld, Angélique (abbess of Port-Royal), 188, 189
Arnauld, Antoine, 190, 213
Arndt, Johann, 198, 215
Askew, Anne, 28
Augsburg, Peace of. See Peace of Augsburg
Augustine, Saint, 190, 200, 201, 215
autobiography, 19–22, 39, 169–71, 176, 177, 182, 188, 193–201, 205, 211
Avalos, Francesco d', 93
Babylonian Captivity, 1, 23
Bal, Mieke, 65
Baldini, Baccio, 60
Bautista, Isabel, 158, 159
Becker-Cantarino, Barbara, 26, 193–201, 213, 235
Belcari, Feo, 71, 75, 79, 81, 205
Bembo, Pietro, 88–90, 94, 206
Benedetto da Mantova. See Beneficio di Cristo
Beneficio di Cristo, 90, 94–95
Bernard of Clairvaux, Saint, 94
Bernardino of Siena, Saint, 69
Bible, 11–12, 21, 57, 65, 66, 114, 118–21, 124, 145, 149, 152, 197, 199, 207, 214, 215
Bilinkoff, Jodi, 209
Birgitta of Sweden. See Bridget of Sweden, Saint
Boccaccio, Giovanni, 102, 106, 204
Boehme, Jacob, 193
Bornstein, Daniel, 25, 44–52, 203, 235
Botticelli, Sandro, 59, 60, 62, 63, 64
Bric¸onnet, Guillaume (bishop of Meaux), 13, 101
Bridget (Birgitta) of Sweden, Saint, 23, 32, 40–42, 44; Book of Revelations, 42
Brundin, Abigail, 25, 86–97, 206, 235
Bruni, Leonardo, 56
Bryce, Judith, 71

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