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         The Sixteenth Century to the Reign of Julius III

 1. Pius III, Julius II, and the Romagna; Venice, the Soldan of Egypt, and
    the Turks (1503-1507) ......................................  1

 2. The League of Cambrai, the Turks, and the Gallican Conciliarists (1507-
    1511) ................................................. .   51

 3. The Council of Pisa-Milan and the Battle of Ravenna, the Fifth Lateran
    Council and Selim the Grim (1511-1513) ......................   102

 4. Leo X, the Lateran Council, and the Ottoman Conquest of Egypt (1513-
    1517) ..................................................    142

 5. Leo X and Plans for a Crusade against Selim the Grim (1517-1521) 172

 6. Hadrian VI, the Fall of Rhodes, and Renewal of the War in Italy ..  198

 7. Pavia and the League of Cognac, Mohacs and the Turks in Hungary,
    Bourbon's March on Rome (1525-1527) .......................  229

 8. The Sack of Rome and the Siege of Naples (1527-1528) .........  269

 9. Before and After the Turkish Siege of Vienna (1528-1529) ...... 312

10. Clement VII, Francis I, and Hapsburg Opposition to the Turks
     (1530-1534) ............................................    346

11. Paul III, the Lutherans, Venice and the Turks (1534-1540) ...... 394

12. Paul III, the Hapsburgs, and Francis I, the Turks and the Council of
     Trent (1540-1549) ...................................... .  450

13. The Election of Julius III, the Council of Trent, the Turks and the
     War of Parma (1549-1552) ...................................   505


                              Volume IV

          The Sixteenth Century from Julius III to Pius V

14. The Murder of Martinuzzi, the Turks on Land and at Sea, the War
     of Siena (1551-1555) ....................................   565




15. The Reign of Paul IV to the Outbreak of the War with Spain .....  616

16. Paul IV, the War with Spain, and Jean de la Vigne at the Porte ... 659

17. The Election of Pius IV and the Fall of the Carafeschi, Cyprus and the
     Turkish Success atJerba (1559-1560) .........................  721

18. The Third Period and Closure of the Council of Trent (1561-1563)  769

19. France, Venice, and the Porte-the Turkish Siege of Malta ......   829

20. Pius V, Spain, and Venice; the Turks in Chios and the Adriatic; the
     Revolt of the Netherlands ..................................  882

21. Venice, Cyprus, and the Porte in the Early Years of Selim II
     (1566-1570) ................      ..........................  923

22. The Failure of the Expedition of 1570 and Pius V's Attempts to Form
     the Anti-Turkish League ...................................  974

23. The Holy League, the Continuing War with the Turks, and the Fall
     of Famagusta (1571) ..................................... .  1004

24. The Road to Lepanto, the Battle, and a Glance at the Following
     Century ...............................................  1045

     Index .................................................  1105





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Papacy History, Middle East History, Crusades