The Cambridge Modern History (1902)
Volume I: The Renaissance

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CONTENTS


 —
 
Preface
     By A. W. Ward, G. W. Prothero and Stanley Leathes
 —
 
Introductory Note
     By Mandell Creighton
Chapter     I.
 
The Age of Discovery
     By Edward John Payne
II.
 
The New World
     By Edward John Payne
III.
 
The Ottoman Conquest
     By John Bagnell Bury
IV.
 
Italy and Her Invaders
     By Stanley Mordaunt Leathes
V.
 
Florence (I): Savonarola
     By Edward Armstrong
VI.
 
Florence (II): Machiavelli
     By Laurence Arthur Burd
VII.
 
Rome and the Temporal Power
     By Richard Garnett
VIII.
 
Venice
     By Horatio Forbes Brown
IX.
 
Germany and the Empire
     By Thomas Frederick Tout
X.
 
Hungary and the Slavonic Kingdoms
     By Emil Reich
XI.
 
The Catholic Kings
     By Henry Butler Clarke
XII.
 
France
     By Stanley Mordaunt Leathes
XIII.
 
The Netherlands
     By Adolphus William Ward
XIV.
 
The Early Tudors
     By James Gairdner
XV.
 
Economic Change
     By William Cunningham
XVI.
 
The Classical Renaissance
     By Richard Claverhouse Jebb
XVII.
 
The Christian Renaissance
     By Montague Rhodes James
XVIII.
 
Catholic Europe
     By William Barry
XIX.
 
The Eve of the Reformation
     By Henry Charles Lea
   
 — Bibliographies
 — Chronological Table
 — Index


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