Through a wide-ranging and close analysis of archival sources, this
book re-evaluates both the role of royal authority and of local
agency in the French religious wars in the lead up to the Edict of
Nantes of 1598. Drawing on extensive research, it provides a new
perspective on the political, religious, social and cultural
history of the conflict.
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