The Reformation in England, Volume 1
This three-volume set aims to provide the most complete and scholarly study of the Reformation to date. Based on original sources and specialized secondary literature, it is intended to give a detailed and balanced assessment of the era.
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THE ENGLISH SCENE 1517
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