Pedro de Ribadeneyra’s 'Ecclesiastical History of the Schism of the Kingdom of England': A Spanish Jesuit’s History of the English Reformation
BRILL, Mar 13, 2017 - History - 866 pages
The sixteenth-century Spanish Jesuit Pedro de Ribadeneyra’s Ecclesiastical History of the Schism of the Kingdom of England is a lively, polemical Catholic account of the English Reformation, translated into English for the first time by Spencer J. Weinreich.
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