No History can satisfy everyone: Geneva's Chroniclers and Emerging Religious Identities

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProtestant Identity and History in Reformation Europe
Subtitle of host publicationThe Medieval Inheritance
EditorsBruce Gordon
Place of PublicationAldershot, United Kingdom
PublisherScolar
Pages23-38
Number of pages15
Volume2
ISBN (Print)1859282946, 978-1859282946
Publication statusPublished - Aug 1996

Publication series

NameSt Andrews Studies in Reformation History
PublisherScolar Press

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Naphy, W. G. (1996). No History can satisfy everyone: Geneva's Chroniclers and Emerging Religious Identities. In B. Gordon (Ed.), Protestant Identity and History in Reformation Europe: The Medieval Inheritance (Vol. 2, pp. 23-38). (St Andrews Studies in Reformation History). Aldershot, United Kingdom: Scolar.

No History can satisfy everyone : Geneva's Chroniclers and Emerging Religious Identities. / Naphy, William Glen.

Protestant Identity and History in Reformation Europe: The Medieval Inheritance. ed. / Bruce Gordon. Vol. 2 Aldershot, United Kingdom : Scolar, 1996. p. 23-38 (St Andrews Studies in Reformation History).

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Naphy, WG 1996, No History can satisfy everyone: Geneva's Chroniclers and Emerging Religious Identities. in B Gordon (ed.), Protestant Identity and History in Reformation Europe: The Medieval Inheritance. vol. 2, St Andrews Studies in Reformation History, Scolar, Aldershot, United Kingdom, pp. 23-38.
Naphy WG. No History can satisfy everyone: Geneva's Chroniclers and Emerging Religious Identities. In Gordon B, editor, Protestant Identity and History in Reformation Europe: The Medieval Inheritance. Vol. 2. Aldershot, United Kingdom: Scolar. 1996. p. 23-38. (St Andrews Studies in Reformation History).
Naphy, William Glen. / No History can satisfy everyone : Geneva's Chroniclers and Emerging Religious Identities. Protestant Identity and History in Reformation Europe: The Medieval Inheritance. editor / Bruce Gordon. Vol. 2 Aldershot, United Kingdom : Scolar, 1996. pp. 23-38 (St Andrews Studies in Reformation History).
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