Access to History: Great Britain and the Irish Question

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Latin Christendom was divided against itself in the most blatant manner possible. with its emphasis on religious ecstasy and on the experience of direct communion with God (see pp. who reigned as Clement V (1305–14). railed against the wealth of the Church. The last. it provided the cement which was to keep the Habsburg monarchy going long after the demise of the Empire in Germany. in her various capacities as Empress-consort. or Queen of Bohemia and Hungary.

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Publisher: Hodder Education; 4th Revised edition edition (November 28, 2016)

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