Vliyanie metodologicheskikh podkhodov sotsial'noy istorii na izuchenie religioznoy situatsii v Anglii v XVI - pervoy polovine XVII vv.

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The article deals with the works of contemporary British historians on the religious situation during the post-Reformation period in England. The author showed that the influence of the methodological approaches of social history on the study of these problems was fruitful.

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V N Erokhin

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