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  1. Back to the Old World: Violence & War in Reformation Europe I. Introduction: The Spread of Religious Violence (16th cent.)

  2. Back to the Old World: Violence & War in Reformation Europe I. Introduction: The Spread of Religious Violence (16th cent.) A. New Friends and Enemies

  3. Back to the Old World, II: Violence & War in Reformation Europe I. Introduction: The Spread of Religious Violence (16th cent.) A. New Friends and Enemies B. The Reformation, Printing, and Imagery

  4. The Papal Ass

  5. Back to the Old World, II: Violence & War in Reformation Europe I. Introduction: The Spread of Religious Violence (16th cent.) A. New Friends and Enemies B. The Reformation, Printing, and Imagery II. Religious Violence on the Local Level: The Case of the Anabaptists

  6. The Anabaptists

  7. “Michael Sattler shall be delivered to the executioner, who shall lead him to the place of execution and cut out his tongue, then forge him fast to a wagon and thereon with red-hot tongs twice tear pieces from his body; and after he has been brought outside the gate, he shall be plied five times more in the same manner... [Chronicler continues] After this had been done in the manner prescribed, he was burned to ashes as a heretic. His fellow brethren were executed with the sword, and the sisters drowned. His wife, also after being subjected to many entreaties, admonitions and threats, under which she remained steadfast, was drowned a few days afterward.”

  8. Back to the Old World, II: Violence & War in Reformation Europe I. Introduction: The Spread of Religious Violence (16th cent.) A. New Friends and Enemies B. The Reformation, Printing, and Imagery II. Religious Violence on the Local Level: The Case of the Anabaptists III. Religious Violence on the National Level: Civil Wars of France

  9. Catherine de Medici Her son, Charles IX of France

  10. Back to the Old World, II: Violence & War in Reformation Europe I. Introduction: The Spread of Religious Violence (16th cent.) A. New Friends and Enemies B. The Reformation, Printing, and Imagery II. Religious Violence on the Local Level: The Case of the Anabaptists III. Religious Violence on the National Level: Civil Wars of France A. The St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre

  11. Painting by Huguenot painter, François Dubois

  12. St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre

  13. Back to the Old World, II: Violence & War in Reformation Europe I. Introduction: The Spread of Religious Violence (16th cent.) A. New Friends and Enemies B. The Reformation, Printing, and Imagery II. Religious Violence on the Local Level: The Case of the Anabaptists III. Religious Violence on the National Level: Civil Wars of France A. The St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre IV. Religious Violence on the International Level: The Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648)

  14. Ferdinand II--early 17th century

  15. Frederick & Elizabeth, King & Queen of Bohemia