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From Meaux To Madrid: The Network Knits Together, 1524–1526

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This chapter sheds light on the network's formation, major activities, and impact in the 1520s. A completing feature of the Meaux group's preaching program was put in place in late 1525, just as it was coming under attack from the parlement. The focus of the chapter sharpens that the Navarrian Network was responsible for establishing the first successful French evangelical presses. Not only are its members' inky fingerprints on scores of these evangelical books, it can also be shown that they were consciously and collectively working towards this goal since early in 1523. Over the period 1525-1526, the presses of Colines, Du Bois, and Lempereur produced a total of twenty-one of the twenty-nine known evangelical works in French.

Keywords: French evangelical press; Meaux group; Navarrian network



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