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A 'Communist state' is established by the Anabaptists at Munster 1534 Context Note
A protest against the Diet's decisions creates the word 'Protestant' 1529 Context Note
A religious disputation held at Worms is the final effort at conciliation 1557 Context Note
Albert of Brandenburg is elected Archbishop of Mainz through bribery 1514 Context Note
Anabaptist leader John of Leiden crushes an attempted coup 1534 Context Note
Archbishop of Cologne is deposed for favouring Protestantism 1543 Context Note
Archduke Ferdinand is empowered to settle the religious question 1554 Context Note
Archduke Ferdinand refuses to make any concessions to the Lutherans 1529 Context Note
Battle of Wiesloch 1622 Context Note
Battle of Wimpfen 1622 Context Note
Bernard Rothmann invites Dutch Anabaptists to Munster 1533 Context Note
Bitterness between Catholics and Protestants at the Ratisbon Imperial Diet 1603 Context Note
Calvinists force the Elector of Trier to leave his Archbishopric 1559 Context Note
Catholic princes meet to consider a Catholic League 1525 Context Note
Catholicism is re-established in Cologne 1547 Context Note
Catholics obtain a majority in the Empire's Electoral College 1623 Context Note
Charles V and Francis I meet at Aigues Mortes to discuss Protestant heresies 1538 - 1538 Context Note
Charles V forbids religious innovations in the empire 1526 Context Note
Christian of Anhalt becomes the leading German Calvinist prince 1603 Context Note
Cosimo de' Medici advocates sweeping Church reform 1547 Context Note

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