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Luther’s ideas provoked a great deal of interest in France, but the growth of Protestantism was greatly hindered by repression. When the Protestant party came into being, the Catholics reacted with such violence that the king’s authority was threatened - their attitude also contributed to the beginning of the wars of religion.


The Reformation established in France
 The Reformation established in France
The rise of Protestantism in France (1520-1562)
 The rise of Protestantism in France (1520-1562)
Jean Calvin (1509-1564)
 Jean Calvin (1509-1564)
Protestantism after 1562
 Protestantism after 1562
The eight wars of religion (1562-1598)
 The eight wars of religion (1562-1598)
The Edict of Nantes (1598)
 The Edict of Nantes (1598)
Protestant «places of safety»
 Protestant «places of safety»
The Reformation in Alsace
 The Reformation in Alsace
The Reformation in Montbéliard
 The Reformation in Montbéliard
XVIth century translations of the Bible into Latin and French
 XVIth century translations of the Bible into Latin and French
 
 
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