By Janus Moller Jensen
This ground-breaking research of the function of crusading in late-medieval and early smooth Denmark argues that crusading had a huge influence on political and non secular lifestyles in Scandinavia throughout the center a while, which persisted lengthy after the Reformation ostensibly must have positioned an finish to its viability inside of Protestant Denmark.
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28 introduction succeeded his father in 1513, was crowned as king of Sweden. During the banquet that followed, he arrested a large number of nobles and ecclesiastics, who with little ceremony were condemned as heretics by a panel headed by the Swedish archbishop Gustav Trolle. They were executed Àve days later in an event known alternatively as the bloodbath in Stockholm or the Stockholm Massacre. The executions resulted in the Ànal break-up of the Kalmar Union with the election of Gustav Vasa, Àrst as regent of Sweden in 1521 and then as king in 1523.
Jensen 2004c, pp. 228–35; K. V. Jensen 2002b. 36 J. M. Jensen 2003a; K. V. Jensen 2004, p. 270; K. V. Jensen 2006; Markus 2003, esp. pp. 194–200; Markus 1998; Kolstrup 2002. For the latter see, however, the discussion in Gotfredsen 2003, pp. 304–5. Cf. Norn 1993, pp. 41–44. 37 DD I/7:139–40 (no. 156). 38 J. M. Jensen 2006; Skovgaard-Petersen 2001 with references to the sources. 39 Søderstrøm 1991. 40 See below chapter 1: “Preaching the Crusades”; Gotfredsen 1983, pp. 97–99; Gotfredsen & Frederiksen 2003, pp.
12 introduction probably real and should not be considered simply an empty resonance. 45 The Swedish ecclesiastics who studied in Rome—and in other places— were heavily inÁuenced by this “crusade romanticism”, and seem to have injected the same energy in directing it against the Russians as did Pius II against the Turks. 46 In 2001, the Swedish historian Thomas Lindkvist argued that the Russian war of 1495–97 was the last Swedish crusade, but it was only the second campaign to be characterized as such since 1300.