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24 articles found

Headword Date Article Type
Archduke Ferdinand refuses to make any concessions to the Lutherans 1529 T Note
Augustus, the Elector of Saxony, converts to Catholicism 1697 T Note
Bitterness between Catholics and Protestants at the Ratisbon Imperial Diet 1603 T Note
Catholic princes meet to consider a Catholic League 1525 T Note
Catholicism is re-established in Cologne 1547 T Note
Catholics obtain a majority in the Empire's Electoral College 1623 T Note
Charles V forbids religious innovations in the empire 1526 T Note
Diet at Ratisbon in deadlock over religions issues 1613 T Note
Diet of Nuremberg promises reform from Adrian VI 1523 T Note
Edict of Worms 1521 T Note
First Diet of Speyer endorses Edict of Worms 1526 T Note
German Catholic princes sign the defensive League of Nuremberg 1538 T Note
Joachim II, a moderate Catholic, becomes Elector of Brandenburg 1535 T Note
John III of Sweden unofficially becomes Catholic 1578 T Note
Martin Luther is cross-examined at the Diet of Worms 1521 - 1521 T Note
Munster capitulates to the Hessian army and Catholicism is restored 1535 T Note
Pope Gregory XIII deposes Archbishop Gebhard of Cologne 1583 T Note
Pope Leo X excommunicates Martin Luther 1520 T Note
Rumours of a Catholic conspiracy alarm Philip of Hesse 1527 T Note
The Catholic League and Protestant Union of Germany sign an agreement 1620 T Note

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