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faith and fraternity london livery companies and the reformation 1510-1603 responses to religious division c 1580-1620 natasha constantinidou laura branch dutch and flemish newspapers of the seventeenth century 2 vols arthur der weduwens history in responses to religious division c 1580-1620 natasha constantinidou considers the views articulated by the scholars pierre charron justus lipsius paolo sarpi and james vi and i in reaction to the impact of the religious wars in dutch and flemish newspapers of the seventeenth century arthur der weduwen presents the first comprehensive account of the early newspaper in the low countries composed of detailed introductions and extensive bibliographical descriptions reader shi p all interested in the re a dershi p all interested in re adersh i p scholars students • june 2017 • hardback xii 270 pp • isbn 978 90 04 33069 6 list price eur 110 us 127 • e-isbn 978 90 04 33070 2 e-price eur 100 us 116 • catholic christendom 1300-1700 • june 2017 • hardback • isbn 978 90 04 33076 4 list price eur 118 us 137 • e-isbn 978 90 04 33077 1 e-price eur 107 us 123 • st andrews studies in reformation history • april 2017 • hardback with dustjacket 2 vols c 1,700 pp with c 57 plates and 7 maps large format 215 x 289 mm • isbn 978 90 04 31731 4 list price eur 350 us 403 • e-isbn 978 90 04 34189 0 e-price eur 318 us 366 • library of the written word 58 reformation and religious identities in early modern britain and europe and the culture of early modern trade and traders the religious wars of the long sixteenth century and anyone concerned with history of political and moral thought reconciliation religious moderation and impact of classical tradition bibliographers and librarians interested in the history of the early modern low countries and anyone interested in the history of news media and newspapers 27 forthcoming publ icat ions in faith and fraternity laura branch provides the first sustained comparative analysis of london’s livery companies during the reformation and demonstrates how they retained a vibrant religious culture despite their confessionally mixed membership.