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Author Fühner, Jochen A.
Title Die Kirchen- und die antireformatorische Religionspolitik Kaiser Karls V. in den siebzehn Provinzen der Niederlande, 1515-1555 / von Jochen A. Fühner.
Imprint Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2004.

Author Fühner, Jochen A.
Series Brill's series in church history, 1572-4107 ; v. 23.
Brill's series in church history ; d. 23.
Subject Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, 1500-1558.
Church and state -- Netherlands -- History -- 16th century.
Reformation -- Netherlands.
Netherlands -- Church history -- 16th century.
Description 1 online resource (viii, 414 pages) : 1 map.
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 371-406) and indexes.
Summary This volume deals with a central aspect of Charles V's empire: The emperor's policy regarding the church and the rising reform movement in the seventeen provinces of the Netherlands. The first part of the book provides a survey of the situation in the Netherlands at the beginning of Charles' reign and deals with the prominence of these territories in the emperor's testaments. In the second part the role of the regents is closely examined and the successful efforts of the government to submit the church to secular power are also looked at in detail. The final part of the book is especially important as it is the first close examination of Charles' restrictive antireform policy throughout his whole reign from 1515 to 1555, including the introduction of an inquisitorial system in all seventeen provinces of the Netherlands.
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Reproduction Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010.
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Contents Vorwort; Einleitung; Kapitel I. Die Niederlande beim Herrschaftsantritt Karls 1515; 1. Geographisch-politische Definition des Begriffs, Niederlande'; 2. Staatsrechtliche Zusammenhänge; 3. Die Kirche in den Niederlanden; Kapitel II. Die Niederlande in den Politischen Testamenten Karls V; Kapitel III. Die Niederlande als Bestandteil des Habsburgischen Weltreiches: Die Bedeutung der, Régente et Gouvernante des Pays-Bas' in Zeiten der Abwesenheit Karls; 1. Die Regentschaftsordnungen Karls V. für die Niederlande; 2. Die Einrichtung der kollateralen Räte 1531.
3. Die Möglichkeit des direkten Eingriffs des Kaisers in den Niederlanden4. Die Korrespondenz als Diskussionsforum habsburgischer Politik und als Mittel der Entscheidungsfindung; 5. Zusammenfassung; Kapitel IV. Die Kirchenpolitik Karls in den Niederlanden; 1. Die Bewahrung und Erweiterung landesherrlicher Rechte; 2. Die Erhöhung der finanziellen Belastung des Klerus bei gleichzeitiger Beschränkung seiner Einnahmequellen; 3. Die Einschränkung der Be.
ISBN 9781429427319 (electronic bk.)
1429427310 (electronic bk.)
9004140832
9789004140837
9781433703997 (electronic bk.)
1433703998 (electronic bk.)
9004140832 (alk. paper)
9789004140837 (alk. paper)
OCLC # 191936484
Additional Format Print version: Fühner, Jochen A. Kirchen- und die antireformatorische Religionspolitik Kaiser Karls V. in den siebzehn Provinzen der Niederlande, 1515-1555. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2004 (DLC) 2004050578.


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