The Resource The Renaissance and the Reformation, Henry S. Lucas

The Renaissance and the Reformation, Henry S. Lucas

Label
The Renaissance and the Reformation
Title
The Renaissance and the Reformation
Statement of responsibility
Henry S. Lucas
Creator
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
ODC
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1889-1961
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Lucas, Henry Stephen
Illustrations
  • maps
  • plates
  • genealogical tables
Index
index present
LC call number
CB359
LC item number
.L8 1960
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Harper's historical series.
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Renaissance
  • Reformation
  • Reformation
  • Renaissance
  • Renaissance
  • Réforme
  • Europe
Label
The Renaissance and the Reformation, Henry S. Lucas
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 739-750) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Book one : The Renaissance. Introduction:What Is the Renaissance? I. New Secular Foundations : 1. Political Milieu of the Renaissance and Reformation: States Outside Italy. 2. Political Milieu of the Renaissance and Reformation: States of Italy. II. Spiritual foundations of late Medieval Culture : 3. The Church: Teaching Organization and Triumphs. 4. The Church: Problems and Crises. III. Trials Confronting the Church : 5. The Papacy at Avignon. The Great Schism and the Councils. 6. Popular Religion at the Close of the Middle Ages. IV. Late Medieval Chivalric Life and Letters : 7. The Passing of Chivalric Ideals. 8. Late Medieval Literary Expression. V. Late Medieval Practical, Philosophical, and Artistic Achievement : 9. Medieval Business and Technical Skill. 10. Bequest of Medieval Thought and Education. 11. The Acme of Gothic Art. VI. The Early Renaissance : 12. The Birth of Humanism. 13. The Cult of Classical Letters. VII. Quattrocento Renaissance Culture Under Florentine Leadership : 14. The Advent of Quattrocento Renaissance Art. 15. Medici Renaissance Patrons. VIII. Quattrocento Renaissance Culture Outside Florence : 16. Renaissance in Northern Italy (Outside Tuscany) and in Umbria. 17. Renaissance Rome and Naples: Its Pagan Note. 18. Artistic Expression During the High Renaissance. IX. Political Crises in High Renaissance Italy : 19. Italy Invaded by French King Charles VIII, 1494-1495. 20. The Papacy of the High Renaissance: Political and Artistic. 21. Politics During the High Renaissance. X. Novel Creations of the High Renaissance : 22. New Social and Literary Forms. 23. Scientific Invention and Thought. 24. Economic and Geographic Revolution. XI. Renaissance Art Outside Italy : 25. Renaissance Influence on North European Gothic Art. XII. Northern Humanism from Erasmus to Shakespeare : 26. Beginnings of Humanism in Northern Europe. 27. Renaissance Letters from Erasmus to Shakespeare. Book two : The Reformation and Catholic Revival : Introduction: What Are the Reformation and the Catholic Revival? I. Breakup of Religious Unity in Western Europe : 1. Genesis of Luther's Ideas. 2. Rise of Lutheranism. II. Lutheranism Ascendant : 3. Triumph of Lutheranism in Germany. 4. Lutheranism in Scandinavian and Other Countries. III. Novel Protestant Teaching : 5. Humanist and Sacramentarian Endeavors at Reform. 6. Reformation in Southwestern Germany. 7. The Anabaptist Revolt. IV. Protestant Movements in England, Spain, and Italy : 8. The Anglican Revolt. 9. Failure of Reformation Movements in Spain and Italy. V. The Peace of Augsburg : An Epoch in Protestantism : 10. Lutheranism and Balance of Power : The Peace of Augsburg, 1555. VI. The Calvinist Revolt : 11. Church and Dissent in France: The Reign of Francis I. 12. Beginnings of Calvinism: Religious Movements in French Switzerland. 13. Calvinism in Geneva. VII. Leadership of Calvinist Thought in Protestantism : 14. Spread of Calvinism: Low Countries and Central Europe. 15. Spread of Calvinism: France and Scotland. VIII. Catholic Reform : 16. The Foundations of the Catholic Revival. 17. New Religious Orders. 18. Reform in the Papacy. 19. The Papacy Renovated and Assertive. IX. Catholic Political Reaction : 20. The Catholic Cause in Spain and Scotland. 21. French Catholicism and Low Country Calvinism. Genealogical Tables
Dimensions
25 cm.
Edition
Second edition.
Extent
xxiii, 757 pages
Lccn
60007014
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
maps, plates, geneaological tables
System control number
(OCoLC)263272
Label
The Renaissance and the Reformation, Henry S. Lucas
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 739-750) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Book one : The Renaissance. Introduction:What Is the Renaissance? I. New Secular Foundations : 1. Political Milieu of the Renaissance and Reformation: States Outside Italy. 2. Political Milieu of the Renaissance and Reformation: States of Italy. II. Spiritual foundations of late Medieval Culture : 3. The Church: Teaching Organization and Triumphs. 4. The Church: Problems and Crises. III. Trials Confronting the Church : 5. The Papacy at Avignon. The Great Schism and the Councils. 6. Popular Religion at the Close of the Middle Ages. IV. Late Medieval Chivalric Life and Letters : 7. The Passing of Chivalric Ideals. 8. Late Medieval Literary Expression. V. Late Medieval Practical, Philosophical, and Artistic Achievement : 9. Medieval Business and Technical Skill. 10. Bequest of Medieval Thought and Education. 11. The Acme of Gothic Art. VI. The Early Renaissance : 12. The Birth of Humanism. 13. The Cult of Classical Letters. VII. Quattrocento Renaissance Culture Under Florentine Leadership : 14. The Advent of Quattrocento Renaissance Art. 15. Medici Renaissance Patrons. VIII. Quattrocento Renaissance Culture Outside Florence : 16. Renaissance in Northern Italy (Outside Tuscany) and in Umbria. 17. Renaissance Rome and Naples: Its Pagan Note. 18. Artistic Expression During the High Renaissance. IX. Political Crises in High Renaissance Italy : 19. Italy Invaded by French King Charles VIII, 1494-1495. 20. The Papacy of the High Renaissance: Political and Artistic. 21. Politics During the High Renaissance. X. Novel Creations of the High Renaissance : 22. New Social and Literary Forms. 23. Scientific Invention and Thought. 24. Economic and Geographic Revolution. XI. Renaissance Art Outside Italy : 25. Renaissance Influence on North European Gothic Art. XII. Northern Humanism from Erasmus to Shakespeare : 26. Beginnings of Humanism in Northern Europe. 27. Renaissance Letters from Erasmus to Shakespeare. Book two : The Reformation and Catholic Revival : Introduction: What Are the Reformation and the Catholic Revival? I. Breakup of Religious Unity in Western Europe : 1. Genesis of Luther's Ideas. 2. Rise of Lutheranism. II. Lutheranism Ascendant : 3. Triumph of Lutheranism in Germany. 4. Lutheranism in Scandinavian and Other Countries. III. Novel Protestant Teaching : 5. Humanist and Sacramentarian Endeavors at Reform. 6. Reformation in Southwestern Germany. 7. The Anabaptist Revolt. IV. Protestant Movements in England, Spain, and Italy : 8. The Anglican Revolt. 9. Failure of Reformation Movements in Spain and Italy. V. The Peace of Augsburg : An Epoch in Protestantism : 10. Lutheranism and Balance of Power : The Peace of Augsburg, 1555. VI. The Calvinist Revolt : 11. Church and Dissent in France: The Reign of Francis I. 12. Beginnings of Calvinism: Religious Movements in French Switzerland. 13. Calvinism in Geneva. VII. Leadership of Calvinist Thought in Protestantism : 14. Spread of Calvinism: Low Countries and Central Europe. 15. Spread of Calvinism: France and Scotland. VIII. Catholic Reform : 16. The Foundations of the Catholic Revival. 17. New Religious Orders. 18. Reform in the Papacy. 19. The Papacy Renovated and Assertive. IX. Catholic Political Reaction : 20. The Catholic Cause in Spain and Scotland. 21. French Catholicism and Low Country Calvinism. Genealogical Tables
Dimensions
25 cm.
Edition
Second edition.
Extent
xxiii, 757 pages
Lccn
60007014
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
maps, plates, geneaological tables
System control number
(OCoLC)263272

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