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the age of religious wars

Henry IV's. This recognized minority religious rights within what has to remain an officially Catholic country. (state wihtin a state). Edict of Nantes
What were the major 4 periods of war? 1. Bohemian period2. Danish period3. Swedish period4. French period
Thirty Nine Articles (1563) made a moderate Protestantism the official religion within the Church of England
the 'Compromise' a solemn pledge to resist the decrees of Trent and the Inquisition
Pacification of Ghent declared international regional sovereignty in matters of religion
1. more extreme Puritans2. extreme Puritans 1. Congregationalists2. Presbyterians
the Peace of Augsburg (1555) It enshrined regional princely control over religion in imperial law. In the Holy Roman Empire, peace came with the reaffirmation of its political principle.
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