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Towards The Wars Of Religion

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This conclusory chapter of the book presents Marguerite's evangelical network. The source findings largely confirm Sturm and Raemond's view that Marguerite's network was actively trying to promote a reformation. Moreover, the chapter demonstrates, through detailed examples, their intentions and major projects. Marguerite and her protégés were recognized as a distinct group by their enemies as well as their allies abroad. Moreover, they had a clear self-consciousness as a group. The name given to them in the chapter is, the Navarrian Network, may be a modern invention, a placeholder, but their existence was real. By the end of Henry II's reign, the religious conflict had become significantly more polarized than in the long years of Marguerite and her network's half-public, half-clandestine campaign for reformation.

Keywords: Henry II; Marguerite's evangelical network; Navarrian network



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