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Pope Boniface VIII

r. 1294-1303

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Bull Clericos Laicos prohibits taxation of clergy without papal approval

1296

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Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor

r. 1519-1556

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Queen Isabella

r. 1474-1504

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Pope Gregory XI

r. 1370-1378

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King Charles VIII of France

r. 1483-1498

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The Hundred Years' War ends

1453

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Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy

r. 1467-1477

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John Wycliffe

c. 1328-1384

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Louis XI becomes King of France

1461

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Pope Leo X

r. 1513-521

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King Francis I

r. 1515-1547

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Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy

r. 1419-1467

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Pope Boniface VIII issues the bull Unam Sanctam

1302

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King Louis XII

r. 1498-1515

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During the Great Schism, there are two, and even three, rival claimants to the papacy

1378-1417

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Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor

r. 1493-1519

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King Philip II of Spain

r. 1556-1598

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Henry Tudor becomes King Henry VII of England

1485

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The Black Death sweeps through Italy

1347

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Tomas de Torquemada

1420-1498

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The Wars of the Roses

1455-1485

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Council of Constance

1414-1418

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Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor

1558-1564

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The Spanish government orders the country's Jews either to convert to Christianity of leave

1492

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King Charles VIII's invasion of Italy

1494

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The Popes reside in Avignon during the Babylonian Captivity of the Papacy

1305-1378

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The Hundred Years' War

1337-1453

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The Golden Bull establishes a system for the election of the Holy Roman Empire

1356

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Pope Martin V

r. 1417-1431