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Los Commentarios de Phelippe Segundo de Pedro de Navarra: Descripción del manuscrito BH FG 1909
Cabello Martín, Mercedes
Pecia Complutense : Boletín de la Biblioteca Histórica de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid , 2011,
Abstract: La Biblioteca Histórica de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid conserva, desde el a o 2006, el manuscrito de una obra de Pedro de Navarra, inédita y desconocida hasta ahora, titulada Commentarios de Phelippe Segundo. En ella se narran los hechos sucedidos entre los a os 1553 y 1559, en los reinados de Carlos I y de Felipe II. El objeto de este artículo es describir el manuscrito, analizar su contenido y estudiar su procedencia.Since 2006, the Biblioteca Historica of the Universidad Complutense of Madrid holds an unpublished and unknown manuscript of a work of Pedro de Navarra, with the title Commentarios de Phelippe Segundo (Comments on Philip II of Spain). This manuscript describes the events between 1553 and 1559, during the reigns of Charles I and Philip II of Spain. The aim of this paper is to describe the manuscript, to analyze its contents and to study its provenance.
Philip II’s Quest. The Appointment of Governors-General during the Dutch Revolt (1559-1598)
V. Soen
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 2011,
Abstract: Philip II’s Quest: The Appointment of Governors-General during the Dutch Revolt (1559-1598) Recent historiographical studies have presented the Habsburg appointment of governors-general during the Dutch Revolt as the outcome of factional infighting at the Spanish Court. While this so-called ‘faction model’ has yielded new insights, it also raises a number of problems. Firstly, in the new model, the role of the dynasty is unduly relegated to the background – even though Philip II’s appointment decisions were mainly driven by dynastic considerations. Secondly, the power struggle at the Spanish Court was not only a conflict between court factions, but also between noble houses vying for prestige and trying to secure positions for their offspring. Thirdly, there is an excessive focus on the Spanish Court, while the feuds between noble houses in the Low Countries also played a role in the interim appointments made during the Revolt. Finally, Philip II always looked for the most suitable candidate in terms of administration and warfare during the Dutch Revolt, in accordance with the constraints of the composite Spanish monarchy. Only the combination of these four (frequently contradictory) motives reveals how Philip II’s appointment of governors can be seen as a quest for the right man or woman in the right place.
Los intereses locales de una monarquía universal: La venta de jurisdicciones en Córdoba en la época de Felipe II
García Cano,María Isabel;
Cuadernos de historia de Espa?±a , 2003,
Abstract: through the public property treasury of córdoba in the second half of the sixteenth century, we have verified the decisive influence exercised by the central power on the local power and the importance of the latter in the expansion of the spanish monarchy. with the habitual tax collection by the royal treasury being insufficient to attend to philip ii's intense foreign policy, the latter turned to the cities for them to collaborate in the financing of war expenditure. he resorted to the kingdom - separated in town councils or meeting in the cortes-, and to the local oligarchies. in córdoba, during the reign of philip ii, offices, wastelands, jurisdictions and sales taxes were sold. the purchasers of jurisdictions, which is what we are dealing with in this article, were the "powerful";, nobles and the towns themselves. here three types of sale were envisaged: cession to the king's creditors, actual purchases and sales, and the bartering of "meadows for jurisdiction";. in order to prevent these sales, the city offered alternative services to the crown, making it indispensable to massively take out mortgages which contributed to the municipal debt. all this allows us to affirm that it is not possible to understand the political organization of the spanish monarchy without taking into account the importance of its sustainment by the local treasuries.
Actualización biográfica del Licenciado Martín de Castellanos de Maudes (?1545-1614): Nuevos datos documentales
Maganto-Pavón,E.;
Actas Urológicas Espa?olas , 2011, DOI: 10.4321/S0210-48062011000400008
Abstract: introduction: the semblance and facts of licentiate martín de castellanos from maudes (1545-1614?), a novelist surgeon specialized in treating urological diseases and who due to his merits and prestige was appointed professor of "urology" by philip ii, were almost definitively profiled in 1994 through the publication of his biography in a exhaustive piece of work. materials and methods: thorough review of new documentary findings at the santa cruz church in madrid and at the simancas general archive regarding new biographical information on martín de castellanos. results: it demonstrates the existence of other children from his marriage and that his eldest son, a collegiate at the university of salamanca died as a result of the injuries he sustained following a sword fight among students on 13 november 1595. the work provides abundant information on the process that occurred at the university of salamanca as a result of the death of castellanos' son, of the lawsuit he filed against the culprits, and of the intervention of philip ii himself at the request of the surgeon, by means of a written order to the city magistrate. conclusion: although the transcription of the documents does not modify the fundamental facts of his life, they do give information on this occurrence, which updates his biography and directly associates the urologist with the king.
Exequias en honor de Felipe III celebradas en Lima en 1621
Campos y Fernández de Sevilla, Javier
Hispania Sacra : Revista de Historia Eclesiástica , 2001,
Abstract: The author demonstrates in this article that the cultural relationships between Spain and the colonies of Spanish-America were very narrow in spite of the distance. The author takes as example the funerals of Philip in, which were celebrated in Lima with the same form and pomp with which were celebrated in Spain. El autor demuestra en este trabajo que las relaciones culturales entre Espa a y sus colonias de Hispanoamérica fueron muy estrechas a pesar de la lejanía. Toma como ejemplo los funerales de Felipe in celebrados en Lima con la misma forma y boato con que se hicieron en Espa a.
La institucionalización de la cosmografía americana: la Casa de la Contratación de Sevilla, el Real y Supremo Consejo de Indias y la Academia de Matemáticas de Felipe II
Sánchez Martínez, Antonio
Revista de Indias , 2010,
Abstract: In the context of the growing historiographic interest aroused by Iberian science during the Modern epoch following the discovery of America –especially among foreign authors, this article shows how the grand project of cosmographic institutionalization was carried out throughout the sixteenth century, from the Catholic Monarchs until Philip II. By examining the internal workings of the House of Trade, the Council of the Indies and the Mathematical Academy, it explains how the Universal Monarchy and its conquering motto of Plus Ultra intended first to encircle the Atlantic world, and later, to dominate the New World through cosmography, a basic science for maintaining an overseas empire. En el contexto del creciente interés historiográfico que está provocando el mundo de la ciencia ibérica, especialmente entre autores extranjeros, durante el periodo moderno posterior al descubrimiento de América, en este artículo el autor pone de manifiesto cómo se llevó a cabo el gran proyecto de institucionalización de la cosmografía a lo largo del siglo XVI, desde los Reyes Católicos hasta Felipe II. A través del funcionamiento interno de la Casa de la Contratación, el Consejo de Indias y la Academia de Matemáticas se pone de relieve cómo la Monarquía Universal y su lema conquistador del Plus Ultra intentaron cercar el mundo atlántico, primero, y dominar el Nuevo Mundo, después, por medio de la cosmografía, una ciencia elemental para el mantenimiento de un imperio de ultramar.
Les morisques au XVIe siècle : de l’échec de l’évangélisation à la répression généralisée Sixteenth-century Moriscans : from the failure of evangelisation to generalised repression
Rapha?l Carrasco
Cahiers d'études du Religieux , 2008, DOI: 10.4000/cerri.286
Abstract: Les morisques n’ont pas réussi leur intégration parmi les fidèles sujets du roi catholique pour des raisons religieuses mais aussi territoriales. Les populations de Castille, contrairement aux conseils de patience et de persuasion d’Hernando de Talavera, sont violemment contraintes par Cisneros à la conversion ou à l’expulsion. Dans la couronne d’Aragon, c’est, dans le mouvement insurrectionnel des villes, la haine populaire qui oblige au baptême des mores qui sont protégés au contraire par les seigneurs. La résistance des morisques contre l’assimilation culturelle et religieuse perdure et, au XVIe siècle, la tension est extrême entre l’Inquisition et les communautés morisques qui finiront par être expulsées. Moriscans failed to integrate with the faithful subjects of the Catholic king for religious, but also for territorial, reasons. Against Hernando de Talavera, who advised patience and persuasion, the people of Castile were forced to convert or be expelled. In the kingdom of Aragon, popular hatred – best seen in the insurrection of the cities – forced the Moriscans to accept baptism, even though they were protected by the landlords. However, the Moriscans’ resistance against a forced cultural and religious assimilation endure, and in the XVIth century there was still tension between the Inquisition and the Moriscan communities that will finally be expelled from the territory.
Víctimas y sufrimiento en televisión durante la Segunda Guerra de Irak: el caso espa?ol
Paz-Rebollo,María Antonia; García-Avilés,Alberto;
Palabra Clave , 2012,
Abstract: this article examines the resources used by the tv news media to reflect the pain and human suffering and to evaluate the consequences of same. the specific approach is the coverage made by the spanish tv channels on the bombing of a local market in bagdad by anglo-american troops during the second war in iraq.
Imagen de regia majestad: Carlos V y Felipe II en las Fuentes impresas de la Biblioteca Histórica “Marqués de Valdecilla”
Arroyo Esteban, Santiago,Vázquez Due?as, Elena
Pecia Complutense : Boletín de la Biblioteca Histórica de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid , 2011,
Abstract: Este artículo pretende profundizar, a través de las fuentes impresas presentes en la Biblioteca Histórica Marqués de Valdecilla , en la concepción de la imagen regia que legaron a la posteridad Carlos V y Felipe II y en los vínculos de ambos monarcas con el mundo de las artes, prestando especial atención a la obra de Tiziano, a los viajes de juventud de Felipe II y a su Monasterio de San Lorenzo de El Escorial.Based on printed sources preserved at Biblioteca Histórica Marqués de Valdecilla , this paper focuses on analysing the conception of royal majesty which Charles V and Philip II pass on to posterity. Links of both monarchs to arts are also studied, giving special attention to Tiziano's paintings, youth travels of Philip II and to his Monastery of El Escorial.
El reflejo en los asuntos flamencos de la institutonalización de la Monarquía Hispana a finales del siglo XVI
José Eloy HORTAL MU?OZ
Libros de la Corte.es , 2012,
Abstract: La institucionalización de la Monarquía Hispana a finales del siglo XVI tuvo un notable reflejo en la forma de llevar a cabo los asuntos de Flandes desde Madrid. Esto se puede observar tanto en la división de gobierno y jurisdicción, como en la forma en que se iban a gestionar ambas, como se verá en la configuración de la propia Casa Real a través de la guarda de Corps. ésta nueva realidad facilitó la cesión de dichos territorios a los Archiduques en 1598.The institutionalization of the Spanish monarchy in the late sixteenth century had a remarkable reflection on how to conduct the affairs of Flanders from Madrid. This can be seen both in the division of government and jurisdiction, as in how they were going to manage both, as discussed in the configuration of the Royal House itself through the guard Corps. This new reality facilitated the transfer of these territories to the Archdukes in 1598.
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