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Diplomacy and dogmatism, Bernardino de Mendoza and the French Catholic League.

De Lamar Jensen

Diplomacy and dogmatism, Bernardino de Mendoza and the French Catholic League.

by De Lamar Jensen

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Published by Harvard University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mendoza, Bernardino de, -- 1540 or 41-1604,
  • Sainte Ligue (1576-1593),
  • France -- Foreign relations -- Spain,
  • Spain -- Foreign relations -- France

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDC120 J4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination822p.
    Number of Pages822
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14209687M

    of the french catholic league a. n. galpern, the religions of the people in sixteenth-century champagne de lamar jensen, diplomacy and dogmatism: bernardino de mendoza and the french catholic league ruth kleinman, saint francois de sales and the protestants a. lynn martin. henri iii and the jesuit politicians. los servicios de inteligencia de la Monarquía española en Diplomacy and Dogmatism (Bernardino de Mendoza and the French Catholic League), publicada por la Universidad de Harvard en Todos estos materiales son tenidos en cuenta en el exhaustivo y documentado.

      French involvement in the Armada has been dealt with by Jensen, De Lamar in ‘Franco-Spanish Diplomacy and the Armada’ and in Diplomacy and Dogmatism. Bernardino de Mendoza and the French Catholic League (Cambridge, Mass., ).Cited by: 4. Coverage: (Vol. 1, No. 1 - Vol. 19, No. 4) Moving Wall: 3 years (What is the moving wall?) The "moving wall" represents the time period between the last issue available in JSTOR and the most recently published issue of a journal.

    of the french catholic league change and continuity in the french episcopate: the bishops and the wars of religion, a. n. galpern, the religions of the people in sixteenth-century champagne de lamar jensen, diplomacy and dogmatism: bernardino de mendoza and the french catholic league. ^Peter M. Ascoli, "'The Sixteen: Radical Politics in Paris during the League', History, 69 (). ^ De Lamar acy and Dogmatism: Bernardino de Mendoza and the French Catholic League, (Cambridge MA, Harvard University Press) Jensen deciphered for the first time many of Mendoza's dispatches.


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Content in Canadian Journal of History published by @: E. Beame. Showing how Continental diplomacy was dominated by religious zeal in the late sixteenth century, and how the fanaticism of the French religious wars formed a prelude to a reaction toward political absolutism, Jensen draws on a fund of untapped manuscript and printed sources, including Mendoza's coded letters, some of which he was the first to decipher.

Miguel Cabañas Agrela (ed.), Bernardino de Mendoza, un escritor soldado al servicio de la monarquía católica (), Diputación de Guadalajara: De Lamar Jensen. "Diplomacy and Dogmatism: Bernardino de Mendoza and the French Catholic League," Cambridge MA, Harvard University Press, Jensen, De Lamar Diplomacy and Dogmatism: Bernardino de Mendoza and the French Catholic League Mendoza's role in Philip II's intervening foreign policy.

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) Review by: Robert M. Kingdon DOI: / book. Jensen was a student of Garrett Mattingly's, for thirty years an honoured teacher at Brigham Young University, the au thor of numerous texts and original studies, including Diplomacy and Dogmatism: Bernardino de Mendoza and the French Catholic League (Harvard UP, ).

For him teaching and research supported. Diplomacy and Dogmatism: Bernardino de Mendoza and the French Catholic League. By De Lamar Jensen. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, xiv+ pp.

$ Professor Jensen of Brigham Young University has made an excellent study of the complex relations between church and state, between dynastic. Jensen, De Lamar Diplomacy and Dogmatism: Bernardino de Mendoza and the French Catholic League Mendoza's role in Philip II's intervening foreign policy.

Konnert, Mark "Local politics in the French Wars of Religion" Leonardo, Dalia M. "Cut off this rotten member": The Rhetoric of Heresy, Sin, and Disease in the Ideology of the French Catholic.

Bernardino de Mendoza was het tiende van de achttien kinderen van Don Alonso Suárez de Mendoza, graaf van Coruna en Juana Jiménez de Cisneros. Diplomacy and dogmatism: Bernardino de Mendoza and the French Catholic League / De Lamar Jensen. - Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, - xvi, p.: ill.

; 22 cm. Lit. opg., index. Diplomacy and dogmatism, Bernardino de Mendoza and the French Catholic League by De Lamar Jensen (Book) The Paris of Henry of Navarre, as seen by Pierre de l'Estoile; selections from his Mémoires-journaux by Pierre de L'Estoile (Book).

French documentation on the negotiations between the queen mother and the Guises at Epernay from March to Julywhen the con spiracy of the League broke upon France and her distracted but apathetic king.3 In spite of the dissimilarity of these two books there is 1 DIPLOMACY AND DOGMATISM.

BERNADINO DE MENDOZA AND THE FRENCH CATHOLIC league. Liga Católica (em francês: Ligue Catholique), também chamada de Santa Liga (em francês: Sainte Ligue), foi criada por Henrique I de Guise emdurante as guerras francesas entre católicos e protestantes.A liga foi formada em reação à União Evangélica e tem como membros entre outros Papa Sisto V, os Jesuítas, Catarina de Médici e Filipe II de Espanha, todos votados a extirpar a.

In the French Wars of Religion, the Day of the Barricades (in French: Journée des barricades), 12 Maywas an outwardly spontaneous public uprising in staunchly Catholic Paris against the moderate, hesitant, temporizing policies of Henry was in fact called forth by the "Council of Sixteen", representing the sixteen quartiers of Paris, led by Henri, duc de Guise, head of the.

Diplomacy and Dogmatism: Bernardino de Mendoza and the French Catholic League. By De Lamar Jensen. By De Lamar Jensen. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, xiv+ pp.

."Diplomacy and Dogmatism: Bernardino de Mendoza and the French Catholic League," Cambridge MA, Harvard University Press, For a translation into modern English of his Theórica y prática de guerra (Madrid: Pedro Madigal, ), Beatrice Heuser: The Strategy Makers: Thoughts on War and Society from Machiavelli to Clausewitz (Santa Monica Место рођења: Гвадалахара,  Шпанска империја.De Lamar Jensen.

"Diplomacy and Dogmatism: Bernardino de Mendoza and the French Catholic League," Cambridge MA, Harvard University Press, For a translation into modern English of his Theórica y prática de guerra, Beatrice Heuser: The Strategy Makers: Thoughts on War and Society from Machiavelli to Clausewitz, pp.

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