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Charles Zika

Charles Zika reviews 'Nature as Model' by Luke Morgan

November 2007, no. 296 01 November 2007
In the early seventeenth century, the German princely territory of the Palatinate burst on to the centre of the European political stage. In August 1619 the Elector Palatine Frederick V – ruler of one of the most prosperous and culturally vibrant territories of the Holy Roman Empire, and a leader of Protestants throughout Europe – was elected king of Bohemia. This put him in opposition to the ... (read more)