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  • Importance Between Goths And Romans
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    The remains of the Western Roman state had been ruled since 476 by Odovacar, as supposed viceroy in the West to Eastern Emperor Zeno. The latter was uncomfortable with this arrangement, as Odovacar had presented him with a fait accompli. At the same time, in the mid 480's, Zeno was facing repeated invasions into Eastern Roman lands by the Ostrogoths under Theodoric. After the uprising against and defeat of the Huns in the 450's, the Ostrogoths had settled on the Byzantine side of the Danube en m...
  • Catholic Periodical And Literature Index Online
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    Roman Catholic Church History: Basic Sources General Histories Thomas Bokenkotter. A Concise History of the Catholic Church (revised and expanded edition). 1990. (BX 945.2. B 64 1990) William J. Collings. Historical Dictionary of Catholicism. 1997. (Reference BX 945.2. C 65 1997) Michael Glazier and Thomas J. Shelley, editors. The Encyclopedia of American Catholic History. 1997. (Reference BX 1406.2. E 53 1997) J. Derek Holmes and Bernard W. Bickers. A Short History of the Catholic Church. 'New ...
  • Location 1 Italy
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    LOCATION 1.) Italy is located in Europe near the Mediterranean Sea. Italy is in the northeast hemisphere. 2.) Italy is located 44 degrees north and 11 degrees east. 3.) Switzerland is located to the north of Italy. 4.) Greece is located to the east of Italy. 5.) Spain is located to the west of Italy. 6.) Malta is located to the south of Italy. 7.) Rome is the capital of Italy. Vatican City, Sicily, and San Marino are some of the major cities in Italy. 8.) The population of Italy is 58 million. 9...
  • Religious Peace To The Holy Roman Empire
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    The Thirty Years War started as a religious struggle, but transformed into a dynastic war for power in Europe. It all began with the Peace of Augsburg in 1555, which was formed to bring religious peace to the Holy Roman Empire. The Peace of Augsburg stated that "the faith of the rulers is the faith of the ruled". Under this agreement, Lutheran and Catholic princes could dictate the religion of their entire population. However, it did not include Calvinists. The Holy Roman Empire consisted of one...
  • Protestants In The Roman Empire
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    Kavita Ma kadi European History: Thirty Years War The Thirty Years War is said to be "the last and most destructive of the wars of religion. ' (Kagan. The Western Heritage. Pg. 408) There were many occurrences in the years preceding the war that unavoidably caused the fighting. There was conflict between the Catholics and the Protestants and the Calvinists and the Lutherans, who all believed in sacrificing for their religious beliefs and expansion of their political control. This caused strife b...

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