The Reformation in Eastern and Central Europe
Scolar Press, Jan 1, 1997 - Religion - 235 pages
Drawn from a conference held in 1995, these essays cover the history of early modern Europe. Topics discussed include the Reformation in eastern and central Europe, Protestant literature in Bohemian private libraries around 1600, and morals courts in rural Berne during the early modern period.
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PreReformation changes in Hungary at the end of
Protestant literature in Bohemian private libraries circa 1600
Reformation and the writing of national history in East
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