The Protestant Reformation in Sixteenth-Century Italy

By Salvatore Caponetto; Anne C. Tedeschi et al. | Go to book overview
The Loyalty of Carnesecchi311
The Integrity of an Intellectua312
18. Mediterranean Calvinism318
From Lyons to Genoa318
Heresy in Genoa319
The Martyrdom of Bartolomeo Bartoccio321
The Repression of the 1560s324
The Valdesian Diaspora327
The Death of the Waldensian Colonies in Calabria331
The Demise of the Colonies in Puglia336
Bibliographical Note338
19. Mediterranean Calvinism: Spanish Sicily and Sardinia339
The Valdesian Backdrop339
The "Italian Indies"341
Spadafora between Two Inquisitions344
Learning and the Printing Press349
From the Preaching of the "Minims" to the Lutheran Heresy352
Syracuse and Environs356
The Protestants of Palermo358
Echoes at Catania360
Calvinism at Messina361
Spanish Sardinia366
Bibliographical Note370
20. "Ecclesia Peregrinorum"371
Olimpia Morato371
The Italian Exiles' Church in London372
Lelio Sozzini and the Toleration Controversy375
The Genevan Refuge380
The Martyrdom of Giacomo Bruto386
Bibliographical Note387
21. Hoping Against Hope388
The Exiles' Delusion388
Epilogue89
The "Holy Massacre" in the Valtellina391
Survival of the Waldensians394
Appendix To The Text398
Bibliographical Appendix400
Appendix: Lorenzo Lotto Philo-Reformer403
A Comment On The Illustrations Hors-texte409
Index415

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