Chapter 12 - Chapter 12 politiques-rulers tended to...

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Chapter 12 politiques-rulers tended to subordinate theological doctrine to political unity, urging tolerance, moderation, and compromise even indifference and religious matters. Such as Mary the first of England Philip the second of Spain and oliver Cromwell. Huguenots-French protestants Edict of Chateaubriand-Henry the seconds new measures against protestants Habsburg-Valois wars had ended with the Cateau-Cambresis. Bourbons-southe and wst Monmorency-Chatillons- whocontrolled the center of France Guises-the strongest who were dominant in eastern France. Catherine de Medicis-regent for minor son Charles the ninth January Edict-protestant freedom to worship publicly outside towns Duke of Guise suprised a protestant congregation at Vassy in Champagne and massaacred many worshipers. Hugenots leadership passed from Conde to Coligny. Louis of Nassau the leader of Protestant resistance to Philip the second in the Netherlands. Catherine De Medici led the Bortholomew day massacre Henry of Navarre married the king's sister Marguerite of Volois 20,000 protestants were killed and in the Bortholomew day massacre in John Knox wrote first blast of the trumpet against the terrible regiment of women Franco-gallia by Frncois Hotman Henry the third found of the monarchy wedged between a radical catholic league Such politiques we're prepared to compromise religious creeds to save the nation Peace of Beaulieau granted Huguenots almost complete religious and civil freedom Henry the third was forced to strike an alliance with the protestant henry of navarre Henry of Navarre succeeded the childless valois king as henry the fourth Edit the Nantes proclaimed a formal religious settlement On May 2 1598 that treaty of Vervins ended hostilities between France and Spain The Edict of Nantes recognized minority religious rights within one was to remain an official the catholic country Granted the protestant the freedom of public worship the right of assembly admission to the public offices in universities and permission to maintain fortified towns. Philip the 2nd of Spain currently organized a lesser mobility into a loyal and efficient national bureaucracy His son Don Carlos died under suspicious circumstances in 1516 Holy League of Spain venice, Genoa, and the pope under don john's command formed to check Turkish belligerency in the Mediterranean Cardinal Granvelle his half sister Margaret of Parma assisted by a special council of state became reaching in his place. He was greatly against protestant Count of Egmont and William of Nassau, the prince of orange lead a stubborn opposition to the Spanish overlords will now have tempted to reimpose their traditional role with a vengeance. After the saint bartholomew's day massacre orange became an avowed
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