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Tetzel starts selling indulgences

1514

1

95 theses nailed to the door in Wittenberg

1517

2

Meeting at Augsburg with Luther

1518

3

Luther is excommunicated (papal bull issued by Pope Leo X)

1521

4

Diet of Worms

1521

5

The peasants war

1524-1525

6

Schmalkaldic league formed with 8 princes and 11 cities

1531

7

Peace of Augsburg

1555

8

Ignatius Loyola begins Spiritual Exercises

1522

9

Paul III becomes pope

1534

10

Jesuit order founded by Pope Paul III

1540

11

Roman Inquisition founded

1542

12

Council of Trent first session

1545-7

13

Council of Trent second session

1551-2

14

Roman Index of Prohibited Books

1559

15

Council of Trent third session

1562-3

16

Zwingli's reformation in Zürich, Switzerland

1523

17

First edition of the Institutes of the Christian Religion

1536

18

Calvin's first ministry in Geneva

1536-8

19

Calvin returns to Geneva

1541

20

Genevan Academy founded

1559

21

Defeat of Libertines, growth of Calvinism in France

1555

22

Luther denounces Carlstadt and Zwickau profits

1522

23

Catholic league formed to challenge league of Schmalkalden

1538

24

League of Torgau formed

1551

25

Maurice of Saxony joined league of Torgau and allied with Henry II of France

1552

26

Treaty of Passau between Emperor and Maurice of Saxony where Lutheran Princes allowed freedom to worship until next Diet, and Philip of Hesse and John Frederick released.

1552

27

Battle of Mühlberg where the Schmalkaldic league are defeated

1547

28

In Praise of Folly written and published

1509 and 1511

29

Erasmus' Greek New Testament published

1516

30

Luther's death

1546

31

Ecclesiastical Ordinances published

1541

32

The second edition of the Greek NT had sold over 3000 copies

1519

33

The Consistory had a right to excommunicate persistent sinners

1555

34

By this time only 14% of the Consistory's cases were religious, they were mainly personal/moral eg. Sexual misconduct

1550

35

Jerome Bolsec denies Double Predestination

1551

36

The fall of Münster

1535

37

Leo X issues new indulgence for Tetzel to sell for money to construct St Peter's

1517

38

Around 300,000 copies of Martin Luther's work printed between

1517-1520

39

Luther's New Testament in German

1522

40

The first Diet of Speyer

1526

41

Peace of Crépy between Charles V and Francis I

1544

42

Location of Trent suggested for a council by Charles V

1542

43

Council of Mantua (that Paul III called and no Protestants turned up)

1536

44

Servetus burned at the stake

1553