Bibliography Researching the Heretics

While searching through the Bibliography researching the heretics, I read more about the Bubonic plague than I cared to know… and then Covid hit! History repeated itself, again…

As the world recovers from our generation’s version of the Bubonic plague, instead of learning from the past, the history books get dusty.

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Bibliography Researching the Heretics

• Cordier, Francoise, Les Demons du Pays de Salm (Used with permission)

• Rabelais, Francois, 1532 ‘Gargantua et Pantagruel

• de Ronsard, Pierre, 1552 ‘Odes à Cassandre

• Holt, Mack P. (1995). The French Wars of Religion, 1562–1629. Cambridge University Press

• Harding, Vanessa (2002) The Dead and the Living in Paris and London 1500-1670,
Cambridge University Press

• Baumgartner, Frederic J. (1995). France in the Sixteenth Century. London: Macmillan

• Konnert, Mark W (2006) Local Politics in the French Wars of Religion: The Towns of Champagne, the Duc De Guise, And the Catholic League, 1560-95. Ashgate Pub Co

• De La Coix, Rene, duc de Castries (1979) The Lives of the Kings & Queens of France Alfred a Kopf

• Du Picq, (2012) Battle Studies (Kindle Edition) Amazon Digital Services

• Bersier, Eugene (2009) Coligny: The Earlier Life of the Great Huguenot. BiblioBazaar

• Newman, Paul B., Growing Up in the Middle Ages (2001) McFarland

• Schoenbaum, David, The Violin: A Social History of the World’s Most Versatile Instrument (Kindle Edition) WW Norton & Co.

• Arnold, Janet (1985) Patterns of Fashion: The Cut and Construction of Clothes for Men and Women C1560-1620 Drama Pub

Bibliography Researching the Heretics

Internet Sources

• ‘War of the Three Henrys.’ Encyclopædia Britannica Online Academic Edition. 2013. Viewed. 10 Jun. 2013.

• ‘Maximilien de Béthune, duke de Sully,’ Encyclopædia Britannica Online Academic Edition. Viewed. 10 Jun. 2013.

• ‘Queen Anne’s Lace/Wild Carrot, (2012, June 3). Living With Our Fertility. Viewed 25 May, 2013.

• Thomas, Kirsti S, Medieval and Renaissance Marriages: Theories and Customs. Viewed: 3 Aug. 2013. .

• Gilbert, Rosalie, Rosalie’s Medieval Woman, Viewed 18 Aug. 2013. ,

Psalm 141:2 New International Version (Sept 9, 2010) The Zondervan Corporation. Viewed 7 Sept.2013.

• Goyau, G. (1912). Saint Bartholomew’s Day. In The Catholic Encyclopedia. New York: Robert Appleton Company. Retrieved December 2, 2013 from New Advent:

• Wesner, Doris, The trial of Ottillia Ensminger, Alsation Connections, Vol. 1.

• Miesel, Sandra, 2001, ‘Who Burned the Witches,’ Viewed 5 May, 2013

• ‘Annie’s Remedy’ (2005-2013) How to cure a fever, Viewed 9 Jun. 2013

• Harding, Vanessa (2002) The Dead and te Living in Paris and London 1500-1670, Cambridge University Press