The Cambridge Modern History

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CUP Archive, 1907
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTORY NOTE
1
CHAPTER I
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Other voyages of Colombo his death 1506
8
Colonising and missionary schemes Real character of Henriques enter
14
Affonso in the Red Sea at Hormuz His death
25
CHAPTER II
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Contents
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Berthold gives up his scheme Electoral Diet fresh plans of reform
312
Need of money and men grants
318
Maximilians capricious changes his military improvements
324
CHAPTER X
329
Literary and artistic development Revival of Learning
369
Anjou absorbed 1481 Guyenne The Armagnacs
400
Maximilian His marriage with Mary Maximilian in the Netherlands
448
CHAPTER XIV
463

Freedom in the New World Rome in the New World
64
Successes of Scanderbeg his death 1467 Bosnia
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Venice makes peace 1479 Advance of the Muslims Capture of Otranto
81
War with Hungary Szabács Semlin Belgrade captured 1521 Rhodes
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Solyman repulsed at Vienna 1529 The Ottoman State its Laws
98
CHAPTER IV
104
Piero at Florence Alexander VI at Rome Relations with Florence Milan
110
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The French defeated on the Garigliano 1503 Treaties of Louis with
129
End of the reign of Louis XII 1515 The forces of Francis i cross
140
Contrast of Savonarola and San Bernardino Controversy still alive
144
Moral superiority of Florence Simplicity and sobriety of life
150
Officials punished Soderini and Venetian institutions Preaching
157
Savonarola on the duties of electors his financial proposals
163
Later reaction Growth of parties Piagnoni Bigi Arrabbiati Francesco
169
CHAPTER VI
190
Good defined as that which serves the interests of the majority Influence
209
The enemies of reform a republic incapable of curbing them Reform
215
Nepotism and the papacy Sixtus IV Innocent VIII
221
Troubles with Franceschetto Cibò the Orsini and Naples Allianc
227
League against France Retreat of Charles VIII
233
Sforza and Medici restored Plans of Julius
240
CHAPTER VIII
253
Extension of Carrara of Visconti Visconti occupies and loses Padua
266
mercial families Closing of the Great Council 1297 Conspiracy of Bajamonte Tiepolo
272
Her revenue Dalmatia and Friuli acquired Victory over Turks
278
Life of the people Arts and letters Malipiero Sanudo Priuli
284
Weakness of the great vassals The imperial Diet
290
Cumbrous and expensive procedure Meetings of Electors
291
Albert Achilles Elector of Brandenburg House of Wettin
298
Landfriede Reichskammer
305
Perkin in Ireland in Scotland James IV of Scotland Invades England
469
His relations to foreign princes and towns
476
Philip negotiates with France in opposition to Max Foreign policy
477
Project to marry Mary to Charles of Castile Invasion of Scots Battle
482
Relations to Maximilian Opposition between his interests and those
486
Intrigues at Rome in favour of Wolsey Treaty with France 1518
489
CHAPTER XV
493
Reform of the taille Use of royal money for remunerative work Canals
505
Change of trade routes Failure of towns depending only on commerce
530
Greek studies before the Renaissance Italy Constantinople
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Consolidation of monarchies in Europe Mores Utopia New views
580
CHAPTER XVIII
620
CHAPTER XIX
653
Failure of the Councils Pretensions of the Popes in the fifteenth century
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THE NEW WORLD
693
CHAPTER XI
706
Hernan de Soto in Florida 1539
716
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THE CATHOLIC KINGS
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CHAPTER XII
761
By STANLEY LEATHES M A Fellow and Lecturer
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Hebrew learning more common than Greek Nicholas de Lyra d 1340
794
Development of the monarchy Decay of other institutions
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