Table of contents for Religious warfare in Europe, 1400-1536 / Norman Housley.


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ABBREVIATIONS


1. THE SUBJECT: RELIGIOUS WARFARE IN THE
  LATE MIDDLE AGES AND EARLY
  REFORMATION
  1.1 The study of religious warfare: approaches and problems
  1.2 The contexts of conflict, c. 300-1536

2. A CRUCIBLE OF RELIGIOUS WARFARE:
  BOHEMIA DURING THE HUSSITE WARS, 1400-1436

3. THE CHRISTIAN COMMONWEALTH OF EUROPE, 1436-1536
  3.1 The commonwealth challenged, 1436-1517
  3.2 The commonwealth divided, 1517-1536

4. THE ASSEMBLING OF AUTHORITY:
  SCRIPTURE, MESSIANIC INDIVIDUALS, AND SYMBOLS
  4.1 Texts
  4.2 Figures
  4.3 Symbols and communities
  4.4 Conclusion

5. THE THREE TURKS
  5.1 External Turks: the Ottomans
  5.2 Internal Turks: 'worse than the Turks'
  5.3 The interior Turk
  5.4 The images combined: Thomas More and the Turks





6. THE CRITIQUE OF RELIGIOUS WAR
  6.1 The problem of agency
  6.2 Condemnation
  6.3 War and conversion
  6.4 Conclusion

7. CONCLUSION: PERSPECTIVES
  7.1 Religious warfare, 1400-1536
  7.2 Religious warfare and the Wars of Religion


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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Europe History 15th century, Europe History 1492-1648, Europe Church history, Military art and science Europe History, Europe History, Military