Encyclopedia of Early Modern History, volume 12

(Religion, Philosophy of – Settlers’ reports)

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The Encyclopedia of Early Modern History offers 400 years of early modern history in one work. Experts from all over the world have joined in a presentation of the scholarship on the great era between the mid-15th to the mid-19th centuries. The perspective is European. That does not mean, however, that the view on the rest of the world is blocked. On the contrary: the multifaceted interrelatedness of European and other cultures is scrutinized extensively.

The Encyclopedia of Early Modern History addresses major historical questions:
- which ideas, inventions, and events changed people’s lives?
- in which ways did living conditions change?
- how do political, social, and economic developments interlock?
- which major cultural currents have begun to become apparent?
- how did historical interpretation of certain phenomena change?
The individual articles are connected to one another as in a web of red threads. The reader who follows the threads will keep coming upon new
and unexpected contexts and links.

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Religion, philosophy of
Religion, wars of
Religions
Religions, history of
Religionswissenschaft
Religious change
Religious community
Religious epic
Religious iconography
Religious interaction, global
Religious peace
Religious pluralism
Religious reform movements
Remarriage
Renaissance
Renown
Rent
Rent, annuity
Renversement des Alliances
Repair
Representation
Reprieve
Reproduction, graphic
Republic
Republic of Letters
Republicanism
Républiques-sœurs
Requerimiento
Requiem
Requisition
Res
Research
Reservation
Residence
Residence halls
Residential construction
Residenzstadt
Resistance
Resources, use of
Restoration
Retirement
Revelation
Review (scholarly)
Revivalist movements
Revolt
Revolution
Revolutionary architecture
Revolutionary calendar
Revolutionary literature
Revolutionary music
Revolutions of 1848
Rhenish Law
Rhetoric
Rheumatism
Rhine Crisis
Rhine, Confederation of the
Rhubarb
Rhythm
Ribbon weaving
Rice
Riddle
Riding
Right of assembly (parliamentary)
Risorgimento
Rites Controversy
Ritual
Rivalry, colonial
River control
Road
Road construction
Road laws
Robber band
Robbery
Robinsonade
Rococo
Roller technology
Roma
Roman Catholic Church
Roman law, studies of
Romanian Orthodox Church
Romantic chemistry
Romanticism
Root crops
Ropemaker
Rosicrucians
Rota
Rouble
Rousseauism
Rowing
Ruin
Rumor
Running
Rural industry
Rural inheritance practice
Rural society
Russia trade
Russia, societies in
Russian Empire
Russian Orthodox Church
Ruthenian Church
Sacrament
Sacramentals
Sacred poetry
Sadism
Sailing
Saint
Saint Monday
Salon
Salt
Salt industry, technology of
Salts
Samurai
Sanitary refurbishment
Sans-culottes
Satire
Satire, scholarly
Sattelzeit
Satyr play
Savings bank
Saxon law
Scala naturae
Scales
Scandal
Schenkung
Schism
Schöffenstuhl
Scholar
School
School architecture
School drama
School ordinance
Schulphilosophie
Schwank
Schwärmer (radical reformer)
Science
Science, historiography of
Scientific freedom
Scientific instruments
Scientific journal
Scientific language
Scientific medicine
Scientific Revolution
Scientific utopia
Score (music)
Scottish Enlightenment
Screw
Scribe
Scripture principle, Protestant
Scrofula
Sculptor
Sculpture (modeling)
Sculpture (subtractive)
Sculpture, architectural
Sculpture, techniques of
Scythe smith
Seal
Seasonal labor
Sebastianism
Second-hand trade
Secrecy
Secret society
Secretary
Sect
Secularization
Secularization (legal)
Secularization, church
Securities law
Security
Sede vacante
Segregation
Seiger smelter
Self-defense
Self-government
Self-interest
Semaphore line
Semen
Seminar
Semiotics
Sensibility
Sensualism
Sentimental drama
Sephardim
Sepulchral culture
Serbian Orthodox Church
Serenade
Serfdom
Sermon
Servant
Servants in husbandry
Service contract
Services, peasant
Setting, musical
Settlement
Settler colony
Settler migration, European
Settlers’ reports