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15 July, 23:03

Which of the following was a consequence of the Thirty Years' War? Select one: a. The Holy Roman Empire gained in strength and influence b. Protestantism was recognized as an acceptable religion alongside c. Catholicism Homophony became the primary musical texture used by composers d. Louis XIV of France was overthrown

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  1. 15 July, 23:39
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    The good answer is:

    b. Protestantism was recognized as an acceptable religion alongside Catholicism.

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    One of the main motives - but not the only one - of the Thirty Years War (1618-1648), fought mainly in Central Europe, was religion. It started as a conflict of faith, a conflict between Protestants and Catholics. It was a long and brutal event, with over 8 million casualties due to battles, famine and disease. As it went on, it became less a war about religion than a war abour hegemony in Europe. The Peace of Westphalia put and end to the war. It changed European geopolitics and the role of religion and nation-states in society forever.
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