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Duke of Alva

1508-1582

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War of the Three Henrys

1585-1589

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St. Ignatius of Loyola

1491-1556

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Treaty of Lubeck

1629 - restored Holstein to Christian IV, who agreed not to further intervene in German affairs. Hapsburg/Catholic Victory.

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The St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre takes the lives of several thousand Huguenots

1572

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Pope Paul III

r. 1534-1549

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HRE Ferdinand II

r. 1619-1637

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The French Period of the Thirty Years' War

1635-1648

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Don Juan of Austria

1547-1578

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Bohemian Period of the Thirty Years' War

1618-1625

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Pope Pius IV

r. 1559-1565

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What order did St. Theresa of Avila found?

Convent of Discalced Carmelites in 1562.

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King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden

r. 1611-1632

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Pope Pius IV puts the decrees of the Council of Trent into effect

1564

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HRE Ferdinand III

r. 1637-1657

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St. Philip of Neri

1515-1595

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The Swedish Period of the Thirty Years' War

1630-1635

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King Francis II (of France)

r. 1559-1560

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Capuchins receive papal approval

1528

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What did the Peace of Westphalia do for religious order of Europe?

expanded the Peace of Augsburg to include Calvinists as well as Catholics and Lutherans.

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Cardinal Richelieu

1585-1642

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The Treaty of Prague ends the Swedish period of the Thirty Years' War

1635

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St. Francis Xavier

1506-1552

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When did Philip II gain control of Portugal?

1580

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When did open warfare between the Catholics and the Huguenots break out in France?

1562

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Defenestration of Prague

May, 1618

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King Henry II (of France)

r. 1547-1559

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Albrecht von Wallenstein

1583-1634

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The Danish Period of the Thirty Years' War

1625-1629

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Ignatius of Loyola's book

The Spiritual Exercises