Renaissance and Reformation - Vol. 1

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Directory of Contributors 5
  • Set Contents 6
  • Thematic Contents 8
  • Introduction 12
  • Agincourt, Battle of 16
  • Agriculture 21
  • Architecture 30
  • Aristotle 50
  • Armada, Spanish 62
  • Astrology 67
  • Augsburg, Peace of 75
  • Bacon, Francis 79
  • Banking 84
  • Bearbaiting and Blood Sports 92
  • Bernini, Gian Lorenzo 97
  • Bibles 102
  • Boccaccio, Giovanni 111
  • Bohemia 116
  • Borgia, Lucrezia 123
  • Bosch, Hieronymus 127
  • Botticelli, Sandro 133
  • Bramante, Donato 139
  • Bruegel, Pieter 144
  • Brunelleschi, Filippo 149
  • Burgundy 157
  • Byzantium 165
  • Calendars 173
  • Calvinism 178
  • Caravaggio 191
  • Catherine de Medicis 197
  • Cervantes, Miguel De 202
  • Charles V 207
  • Chaucer, Geoffrey 212
  • Chivalry 221
  • Christina 227
  • Church of England 232
  • Clement VII 241
  • Columbus, Christopher 247
  • Constantinople 256
  • Copernicus, Nicolaus 265
  • Dams and Drainage 273
  • Index 282
  • Illustration Credits 288
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