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Small royal 8vo., pp [xiv] including a map, 221,  blank. Publisher's brown case gilt. Pictorial dustjacket (faded on backstrip area and a little over to cover area, edges a little rubbed). A very good copy. Cambridge Studies in Early Modern History. 'This book is a study of the relationship between ideology and social behaviour. Professor Crew analyses the attitudes and characters of the Calvinist ministers who preached in the Netherlands in the mid-sixteenth century and their effect on the popular religious upheavals which occurred during the summer of 1566. The hedge-preaching and iconoclasm which erupted in the period before the Dutch Revolt have been the subject of considerable speculation among historians, who have developed a variety of interpretations of these events. Professor Crew views the Troubles in the broader context of the international Calvinist movement and iconoclastic violence in France and England.' dustjacket notes.
Title: Calvinist Preaching and Iconoclasm in the Netherlands 1544-1569.
Publisher: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 1978., 0
Book Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: Good
kg: 1.00 kg
Seller ID: 4375
Keywords: 16th century, 16c, sixteenth century, early modern Calvin protestant reformation