Personally, Philip spoke softly, and had an icy self-mastery; in the words of one of his ministers, "he had a smile that cut like a sword.
For years the nobility had effectively starved the Treasury of money. Peter used his army during the Great Northern war to win against Sweden and gain access to the Baltic Sea. The next stage was "feats of arms," which were meant to strengthen the embrace of reconciliation.
Three special fonts style of writing used in printing of Greek characters were cut by the French type designer Claude Garamond c. Supports the thesis with specific evidence E. Seeks further revenge For six years, Francis remained in France, where he devoted his time to the arts. France also instituted new taxes.
It was initiated by scholars called humanists who promoted the human-centered values of ancient Greece and Rome. Bywhen a peace agreement was signed at Nice, France, both sides were financially exhausted.
Philip was present at the Siege of Perpignan inbut did not see action as the Spanish army under Alba decisively defeated the besieging French forces under the Dauphin of France.
The newest constituent kingdom in the empire was Navarre which had been acquired only a few decades ago during the reign of Philip's great grandfather Ferdinand II of Aragon. This time he allied his forces with the Schmalkaldic League, a group of German Protestant noblemen who were opposed to Charles's policies.
InHenry agreed to convert to Catholicism; weary of war, most French Catholics switched to his side against the hardline core of the Catholic League, who were portrayed by Henry's propagandists as puppets of a foreign monarch, Philip.
With this victory, the English had been expelled in all of France except Calais. The French were now trying to recapture Navarre. From to they successfully defended French soil against the invading Northmen, and the Eudes, or Odo, Duke of FranciaRobert his brotherand Raoul, or Rudolph, Robert's son-in-lawoccupied the throne for a brief interval.
Then, at the sound of a trumpet, Henry and Francis left their attendants behind. He considered himself the chief defender of Catholic Europe, both against the Ottoman Turks and against the forces of the Protestant Reformation.
The election of Pope Clement V under Philip's influence, the removal of the papacy to Avignon, the nomination of seven French popes in succession, weakened the influence of the papacy in Christendom, though it has recently come to light that the Avignon popes did not always allow the independence of the Holy See to waver or disappear in the game of politics.
Earlier, however, after several setbacks in his reign and especially that of his father, Philip did achieve a decisive victory against the Turks at the Lepanto inwith the allied fleet of the Holy Leaguewhich he had put under the command of his illegitimate brother, John of Austria.
Francis's personal emblem was the salamander and his motto was " Nutrisco et extinguo. Following a fire in Valladolid inhe resisted calls to move his Court to Lisbon, an act that could have curbed centralization and bureaucracy domestically as well as relaxed rule in the Empire.
According to the terms of the agreement, the Catholic Church in France came under direct control of the French crown.
The Italian wars undertaken by Charles VIIIand continued by Louis XIIaided by an excellent corps of artillery, and all the resources of French furiato assert certain French claims over Naples and Milan, did not quite fulfill the dreams of the French kings.
As Michelet puts it, "France is a person. Again it is important to note the increase in population of the larger cities between the years and Charles VII, whose struggle with England had left his authority still very precarious, was constrained, induring the Council of Baslein order to appease the powerful prelates of the Assembly of Bourges, to promulgate the Pragmatic Sanction, thereby asserting in France those maxims of the Council of Basle which Pope Eugene had condemned.
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the power of nobility and 2. the financial poverty of the crown-there had been no secure king of England for over years-Henry VII marries Elizabeth of York to provide his heirs with a legitimate claim to the throne through her (won't crown her until his right to rule has been acknowledged.
During the reigns of Francis II, Charles IX, and Henry III, a powerful influence was exercised by the queen-mother, who made use of the conflicts between the opposing religious factions to establish more securely the power of her sons. His concept of reform exaggerated the Revolution’s emphasis on uniformity and centralization.
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