Renaissance and Reformation - Vol. 5

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Renaissance and Reformation 1154
  • Title Page 1155
  • Contents 1157
  • Preaching 1158
  • Printing 1167
  • Rabelais, François 1176
  • Raphael 1180
  • Reformation 1188
  • Religious Orders 1201
  • Rembrandt 1210
  • Renaissance 1218
  • Rome 1227
  • Rubens, Peter Paul 1236
  • Schütz, Heinrich 1244
  • Science and Technology 1248
  • Scotland 1260
  • Shakespeare, William 1268
  • Spain 1277
  • Spenser, Edmund 1286
  • Spinoza, Baruch 1291
  • Stuarts, the 1296
  • Sweden 1304
  • Switzerland 1312
  • Theater 1317
  • Thirty: Years War 1330
  • Trade 1340
  • Trent, Council of 1352
  • Universities 1365
  • Urbino 1378
  • Veláazquez, Diego Rodriguez de Silva 1384
  • Venice 1392
  • Viscontis, the 1401
  • Warfare 1407
  • Women 1416
  • Wren, Christopher 1429
  • Index 1434
  • Illustration Credits 1440
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