Impact of Luther

Impact of Luther - Impact of Luther's Reformation Holy...

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Impact of Luther’s Reformation Holy Roman Empire Wartburg Castle Francis I Ottoman Empire Sulieman the Magnificent “Against the Horde of Murdering Peasants” “cujus regiio, ejus religio” Virtually every form of government at this time in Europe was some form of monarchy rule by one Sometimes they had high sounding names like Kings & Queens some were called Dukes In the Holy Roman Empire is run by the Holy Roman Emperor but each place was ruled by their own Princes (Princes of Germany) each Prince was powerful in his own principality Charles V Was the Holy Roman Emperor when Martin Luther launched the Protestant Reformation Also the ruler of the Habsburg Monarchy and the low lands of Holland and Belgium along with Spain and Portugal (with Spain and Portugal comes the new land) Was 20 when he became the Holy Roman Empire Despite his youth when the Protestant Reformation broke out in his land, he was very interested There were serious consequences for his noblemen and princes who
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This note was uploaded on 09/22/2009 for the course HIST 1003 taught by Professor Zucker during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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