Retrieved 92 cases for date '1500 - 1799'


"La Divina Commedia"," De Monarchia"

"Pantagruel", "Gargentua"

Machiavelli's, "Discorsi", "Il Principe"

Licensing to print books in Europe

Martin Luther, "Works", "Address to the German Nobility"

"Civil and Canonical Law"

Michel de Montaigne, "Les Essaies"

Reginald Scott; "A Discovery of Witchcraft"

John Stubbs; "The Discovery of a Gaping Gulf... "

Robert Parsons; "A Conference..."

Index Librorum Prohibitorum

Galilei Galileo, "Dialogo sopra i due Massimi Sistemi... "

William Shakespeare is Bowdlerized

Rene Descartes; "Les Meditations Methaphysiques"

Moliere; "Le Tartuffe ou l'Imposteur"

Blaise Pascal; "Lettres a un Provincial", "Pensées"

Baron Charles Louis Montesquieu; Works of

John Cleland; "Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure... "

Jean-Jacques Rousseau; works of

Diderot; "L'Encyclopedie"

Kant; "Critique of Pure Reason" and other works

Beaumarchais, "Le Barbier de Seville", "Memoires", "Le Mariage de Figaro"

The Lord Chamberlain, "The Licensing Act"

Sade, "Justine or the Misfortunes of Virtue", "Juliette"

Goethe, "The Sorrows of Wertherr," "Faust"

Miguel de Molinos - Author

Thomas Paine, Religious Prohibition

Puritan Theocracy in Colonial America

John Peter Zenger, publisher

Sedition Act, Ratification of the First Amendment

Pietro Aretino's book Sonnetti Lussuriosi

Jose de Acosta, Spanish missionary in South America

Thomas Aikenhead, Scottish priest and freethinker

Pietro Aretino, Italian writer and satirist

Karl Friedrich Bahrdt, German theologian and freethinker

Andrew Barton, Colonial American dramatist

Pierre Bayle, French writer, philosopher and theologian

Pierre-Augustin Caron De Beaumarchais, French playwright

John Biddle, English theologian

Satirical religious writings of Desiderius Erasmus

The Boston Chronicle, a colonial American newspaper

The Fandango

Italian philosopher Giordano Bruno

Indonesian theologian Hamzah Fansuri

British playwright Henry Fielding

Jean Calvin: French theologian and religious reformer who censored and was censored

John Cleland's novel "Memoir of a Woman of Pleasure" censored for two centuries around the world

Pierre Cornielle's play "Le Cid" censored by Academie Francaise

Dante's "De Moncarchia" censored by Pope

John Dryden's play "Amphitryon" censored

Latin American and Spanish dance Fandango censored in Spain

Chinese censorship of Li Zhi

The Marqius de Sade

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