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  • 1259

    The Treaty of Paris

    The Treaty of Paris
    Ignitia.com Editors. In 1259 Louis IX of France and Henry III agreed on foreign relationship between their two nations. The agreement was the Treaty of Paris. The successor of Henry continued the treaty but France wasn't in agreement because England was controlling a big part of their territory.
  • 1360

    The Treaty of Calais

    The Treaty of Calais
    "Brought an apparent end to the war." Ignitia.com Editors.The French people were provoked since the term of the treaty restored to England
  • 1378

    Papal Schism

    Papal Schism
    "The papal schism produced two rival popes." (Ignitia.com Editors.)."Even though both popes claimed office by divine right, one felt that the Bible was the only true measure for Christian conduct and his main contribution was that he and his followers made the first major translation of the Bible into English."
  • Period: 1435 to 1495

    The Kingdom of Naples

    The French ruled the Kingdom of Naples until 1435 when the Spanish came and seized control. The French invaded Italy in 1495 to regain control but nine years late the Spanish got control on the kingdom of Naples again.
  • 1461

    Louis XI became king of France

    Louis XI became king of France
    " In 1461, succeeding Charles VII. He was a monarch who was used to getting his own way by whatever means it might take."Ignitia.com Editors. Louis XI would use diplomacy, bribery, and even poison Charles VII. One stumbling block for Louis XI was Charles the Bold of Burgundy. This will increase his power and kill Charles and seize Burgundy.
  • 1529

    Henry VIII

    Henry VIII
    "In England, the Reformation was not just a religious movement, but a political one as well. Hoping to use public opinion against the clergy to his advantage, Henry VIII used Parliament to attack papal power, hoping to force the pope to grant his wishes ".Ignitia.com Editors. Parliament, in the restricted the power of papal dispensations.
  • 1534

    Parliament pass

    Parliament pass
    "Henry VIII had Parliament pass the "Act of Supremacy" which proclaimed the king as the head of the Church of England, called the Anglican Church. " Ignitia.com Editors. This Anglican Church was to be separate from the "mother church," although its doctrines, except for papal authority, remained the same.
  • 1534

    Francis Xavier

    Francis Xavier
    " Loyola and nine others, including Francis Xavier, established the "Company of Jesus"." Ignitia.com Editors. By when the pope Paul III approved the order. It is now called "The Society of Jesus."
  • 1545

    The Council of Trent

    The Council of Trent
    "The popes took the lead in reform by the mid-sixteenth century. The Council of Trent paved the way for reform. Convened by Charles V." Ignitia.com Editors. Charles had to deal with the council that met intermittently for eighteen years and Lutheran Protestants.
  • Henry of Navarre

    Henry of Navarre
    "After several years of bloodshed, Henry of Navarre became King Henry IV of France." Ignitia.com Editors.He became the king of the Bourbon kings. He had been Huguenot and the Catholic had to ease the religious tensions.