Blood & Belief: Family Survival and Confessional Identity Among the Provincial Huguenot Nobility
The story told here of is one of adaptation and determination as the petty noble. Lacger family of Castres in southwestern France evolved -- and sometimes advanced their position--through the tr6ubled times of the Reformation and Wars of Religion, an all too brief period of tolerance, and the later proscription, of Protestantism. In the early 15oos, the family emerged from obscurity, some later attained influential posts and amassed considerable fortunes. While some family members embraced Catholicism for professional gain, family concerns were stiff important, as many then bequeathed their fortunes to Protestant family members.
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Rudimentary Ambitions and the Conversion
Land Rentes and Offices
Marriage and Family Life 8 1
Inheritance Systems and the Protection of the Patrimony
Educational Structures and Intellectual Traditions 1 2
Family Allegiances and Kinship Ties
Confessional Identity and the Crucible of the Revocation 16 2
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