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Religious warfare has been a recurrent feature of European history. Norman Housley examines the spectrum of conflicts waged in God's name in the period from the Later Crusades to the early Reformation, arguing that the religious violence of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries sprang from deeply rooted proclivities within European society.

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