Cambridge Studies in Early Modern History monographs and studies illuminate the character of the period as a whole. In particular they focus attention on a dominant theme within it, the interplay of continuity and change as they are presented by the continuity of medieval ideas, political and social organization, and by the impact of new ideas, new methods and new demands on the traditional structures.
General Editors: John Elliott, University of Oxford; Olwen Hufton, University of Oxford; H. G. Koenigsberger, University of London; H. M. Scott, University of St Andrews
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