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French Lutherans are brought to trial and French Bible translation burnt 1525 Context Note
Heretics persecuted in Paris 1534 Context Note
Charles V and Francis I meet at Aigues Mortes to discuss Protestant heresies 1538 - 1538 Context Note
Francis I orders the persecution of French Protestants 1538 Context Note
Protestant 'Fourteen of Meaux' are executed for heresy 1546 Context Note
John Knox is captured and enslaved in a French galley 1547 Context Note
Huguenot conspiracy at Amboise fails 1560 Context Note
Constable of France promises liberty of worship to Huguenots 1560 Context Note
Factions develop in France 1561 Context Note
Edict of Orleans suspends persecution of the Huguenots 1561 Context Note
Cardinal of Lorraine and Theodore Beza discuss the Hugenot problem 1561 Context Note
Edict of St. Germain recognises the Huguenots in France 1562 Context Note
Valenciennes, hotbed of Calvinist disturbances, surrenders 1567 Context Note
John Casimir leads a German Protestant army to support the Huguenots 1567 Context Note
The Duke of Anjou fails to reduce the Huguenot stronghold of La Rochelle 1573 Context Note
Peace negotiations in France founder 1575 Context Note
François Duke of Anjou (formerly Alençon) joins the Huguenots 1575 Context Note
A truce in the French War is signed at Marigny 1575 Context Note
The Prince of Condé and John Casimir of the Palatinate invade France 1576 Context Note
Henry of Navarre escapes from Paris and rejoins the Huguenots 1576 Context Note

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