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The End Justifies the Means…. Describe Italy in the 14 th and 15 th Centuries. Treaty of Lodi. Forms an alliance between Milan, Naples, and Florence. The Papal States and Venice were already allies. The peace would end!!!.

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the end justifies the means

The End Justifies the Means…

Describe Italy in the 14th and 15th Centuries

treaty of lodi
Treaty of Lodi
  • Forms an alliance between Milan, Naples, and Florence.
  • The Papal States and Venice were already allies.
the peace would end
The peace would end!!!
  • Ludovico of Milan invites the French to re-stake their claim of Naples.
ludovico opens pandora s box
Ludovico Opens Pandora’s Box
  • France wants more territory than just Naples.
  • This begins a French occupation of the Italian kingdoms.
girolamo savonarola
Girolamo Savonarola
  • Warned the people of France that the French advance was a punishment for their sins.
  • Radical monk
florence survives
Florence Survives
  • Florence, led by Savonarola, does not fight.
  • He would rule for four years until his execution in 1498.
alexander vi
Alexander VI
  • Sought an alliance with the French.
france reigns in italy
France Reigns In Italy
  • France occupied Italy in the late 1400’s and early 1500’s until the Holy League (Julius, Ferdinand of Aragon, and Venice along with Maximilian I of the Swiss) drove out the French.
ludovico dies
Ludovico Dies
  • Ludovico died in a French prison.
the habsburg valois wars
The Habsburg-Valois Wars
  • Consisted of 4 major wars during the early part of the 16th century.
  • Spain crushes the French in each one. Poor France
niccolo machiavelli
Niccolo Machiavelli
  • Wanted political unity and independence of Italy.
  • A successful ruler instills fear on subjects.
  • Side-note: The Prince was Hitler’s favorite read.
using pages 336 338
Using pages 336-338
  • Create a chart for France, England, Spain and the Holy Roman Empire. Identify the major happenings and the major players in each country during the late 15th, early 16th centuries.