St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre


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St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre

thousands of French Huguenots murdered for their faith (1572). [Fr. Hist.: EB, VII: 775]
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Discussions of Stubbs's pamphlet have focused on his subversive comments about the queen's body and the body politic, but the St.
In Protestant England, the ongoing influx of thousands of French Huguenot refugees and the continuing specter of religious conflict rendered the St.
The first two sections of the poem recount episodes in the French civil wars prior to 1572; the third part is Dowriche's narration of the St.
23) Dowriche's larger agenda in writing The French History may well have been to appropriate the St.
Like Dowriche, Marlowe recounts the events of the St.
Goulart was not the first to create a narrative by assembling, presenting, and commenting on texts; but he was the first to frame the chronological perspective running from the death of Henry II in 1559 through the atrocities of the late summer and autumn of 1572, thus making the St.
1570); king of Navarre on his mother's death (June 1572); he married Margaret the sister of Charles IX (August 18); was forced to abjure his faith during the St.
The article fails to recount the atrocities which Roman Catholics committed on Huguenot men, women and children during the St.
Protestants recalled such anti-Protestant events as the St.
Nowhere has this been more true than in the study of religious tensions that developed between Catholics and Protestants in the three decades before the St.
At all levels of French society, from the king down to the lowest militiaman, there was a willingness to use violence to settle religious differences, culminating in the St.