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Mapping The Navarrian Network

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Referring to far more than a geographically limited territory, Marguerite's title 'Navarre,' serves to mark symbolically the people she shepherded in France whom contemporaries maligned, scholars have failed to perceive, and this chapter investigates: the Navarrian Network. Having staked this claim to have recovered the existence of a lost kingdom within the old borders of France and in Reformation history, the chapter seeks to map its major features. In order to allay all doubts about their existence, the chapter demonstrates that adversaries and allies alike recognized Marguerite's network and considered its members to be the chief carriers of evangelical reformation within France. It discusses the broad range of sources used in the chapter to reconstruct their story. The chapter surveys the network's members, their animating ideas, and principal activities.

Keywords: Frenchevangelicals; Marguerite; Navarrian network



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