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Evangelismo ed eterodossia nella diplomazia franco-turca di Francesco I

Abstract : This contribution investigates the life of the ambassador in the first half of the Sixteenth century, during the Italian Wars. In particular, it deals with representatives of the King of France in Venice, a meeting point of political, cultural and religious exchanges. In that confused moment, the diplomatic choices intertwined with the spiritual orientations of men very often linked to the evangelical network of Marguerite of Navarre, king's sister, and partisans of a compromise between the reform proposals of Luther and loyalty to the Church of Rome. The contribution discusses the complexity of the situation at the court of France, where from the early 1520s there were opposing groups, with different geopolitical and religious visions. Giovan Gioachino da Passano, Lazare de Baïf, Georges de Selve, Georges d'Armagnac, Guillaume Pellicier or Antonio Rincon, Charles de Marillac and Vincenzo Maggi were the expression of a "Italy of the most Christian king" composed of skilled political agents, engaged in delicate tractates with Italian powers and with Turks, refined humanists and tormented believers.
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Guillaume Alonge. Evangelismo ed eterodossia nella diplomazia franco-turca di Francesco I. Mélanges de l’École française de Rome - Italie et Méditerranée, Ecole Française de Rome, 2017, Propriété et politique : exil, séquestres, confiscations dans l'Italie du XIXe / Proprietà e politica : esilio sequestri e confische nel lungo Ottocento italiano – Varia, 129 (2), pp.433-444. ⟨10.4000/mefrim.3255⟩. ⟨hal-01783122⟩



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