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Versuche Einer Religiösen Kontrolle Der Studenten Durch Geistliche Und Politische Eliten Im Königreich Schweden

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The Kingdom of Sweden in the late Middle Ages and the early modern period has been called a cultural province of the Holy Roman Empire. Many paradigms have been developed for German history that can be productively applied to the interpretation of the situation in Sweden. The first impetus for religious control of the Swedish students came from sides of the regent. The author describes the Church policy of Johans III. The new economic and military-strategic interests in Sweden attracted since the 1620s, the scholars of the Dutch movement and Swedish students belong to the reformed universities of Athenaea. Gustav II. Adolf, who had a great interest in a military and spiritual knowledge imported from the northern Netherlands, could be limited in view of the acute military confrontation with Poland on a ban on the visit of the Catholic educational institutions. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Church policy; early modern period; German history; Johans III; Kingdom of Sweden; late middle ages; religious control; spiritual knowledge



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