by García de Cortázar Ruiz de Aguirre, Fernando;Donézar Díez de Ulzurrun, Javier M.ª;Valdeón Baruque, Julio;del Val Valdivieso, M.ª Isabel;Fernández. Julio Valdeón Baruque Julio Valdeón Baruque (Olmedo, Province of Valladolid, July 21, – Valladolid, June 21, ) was a historian of Spain. Life and. Julio Valdeón Baruque, renovador por excelencia de la Historia Medieval española, investigador de talla internacional e impulsor de la.
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He studied at the University of Valladolidearning a degree in Historyand subsequently earning a PhD. Juluo became a professor in that subject, serving in and in the University of Seville. From he was professor of Medieval History at the University of Valladolid.
Enter and was dean of the Valdeoj of Arts of the University and later served as director of its Department of Medieval History. He was a founding baruqhe and chairman of the editorial Ambito, a member of the editorial board of Spanish newspaper El Mundo century, and a member of the advisory board of the journal Historia In July ,he was appointed director of the Institute of History of Simancas.
On November 16,he was elected a full member of the Real Academia de la Historiato fill the vacancy left by Pedro Lain Entralgoentering the same in June He was one of the largest and most prestigious specialists from Spain in the late medieval period in the Crown of Castile. Life and career He baruqie at the University of Valladolid, earning a degree in History, and subsequently earning a PhD.
The union began as a result of the Portuguese crisis of succession juli the ensuing War of the Portuguese Succession and lasted 60 years, until the Portuguese Restoration War in which the House of Braganza was established as Portugal’s new ruling dynasty.
The Habsburg king was the only element of connection between the multiple kingdoms and territories, who ruled by six separate government councils of Castile, Aragon, Portugal, Italy, Flanders and the Indies.
The governments, institutions, and legal traditions of each kingdom remained independent of each other. Olmedo is a municipality in the province of Valladolid, Spain. The Madrid—Valladolid high-speed rail line runs through the municipality, and Olmedo is planned to be the branching point for the high-speed line running to Zamora and Galicia.
Under the Republic, Hispania was divided into two provinces: Hispania Citerior and Hispania Ulterior.
Subsequently, the western part of Tarraconensis was split off, first as Hispania Nova, later renamed Callaecia or Gallaecia, whence modern Galicia. From Diocletian’s Tetrarchy AD onwards, the south of remaining Tarraconensis was again split off as Carthaginensis, and probably then too the Balearic Islands and all the resulting provinces formed one civil diocese under the vicarius for the Hispaniae that is, the Celtic provinces.
The name, Hispania, was also used in the period of Visigothic rule. The modern placenames Spain and Hispaniola are both derived from Hispania. Etymology The origin of the word Hispania is much disputed and the evidence for the vario The expulsion of the Jews from Spain was ordered in by the Catholic Monarchs ruling Castile and Aragon through the Edict of Granada with the purpose, according to the decree, of preventing them from influencing “New Christians”, Jews and their descendants who had under duress converted to Christianity.
The decision to expel the Jews—or to prohibit the practice of Judaism—followed the establishment of the Spanish Inquisition in the Crowns of Castile and Aragon to weed out the conversos who continued practising their old faith. In the Spanish Parliament passed a law recognizing as Spanish those presumed to be descendants of the Jews It was named after the three Spanish kings who ruled Portugal between and in a dynastic union of the two crowns.
The three kings, all named Philip Spanish: The history of Portugal from the dynastic crisis in to the House of Braganza monarchs was a period of transition. At its beginning, the Portuguese Empire spice trade was near its height.
It continued to enjoy widespread influence after Vasco da Gama had finally reached the East by sailing around Africa in — Vasco da Gama’s achievement completed the exploratory efforts inaugurated by Henry the Navigator, and opened an oceanic route for the profitable spice trade into Europe that bypassed the Middle East.
Throughout the 17th century, the increasing predations and beleaguering of Portuguese trading posts in the East by the Dutch, Engl The wedding was celebrated in The Castilian king departed from Medina del Campo, and met the invasion at Olmedo, where he was successful.
The infante prince Henry of Aragon, the younger brother of Alfonso and John, died of his wounds a few days later in Calatayud. Ricardo Armbruster — was a Spanish ecologist, adventurer and entrepreneur.
At an early age, Ricardo Armbruster and his family discovered that schooling and academic life were not going to be his preferred way of advancing personally. He developed a wide interest in animals and nature in the s, spending long periods at the family farm in Camorritos, Spain, and becoming a respected naturalist at a very early stage. Soon afterwards, at the age of 17, he decided to travel and learn. He spent some time at several academies and jobs in Switzerland, Germany and London, before returning to Madrid and, from there, to the American continent.
First, he traveled around the United States and Mexico with his brother a Its ruins are now an important tourist attraction. Under the rule of the Visigothic Kingdom, Hispalis housed the royal court on some occasions. A notable absence among Henry’s troops was Juan Pacheco, who was occupied with securing the leadership of the Order of Santiago.
With Prince Alfonso fought the troops of the Archbishop Violant of Castile Spanish: On her mother’s side, she was the granddaughter of James I of Aragon, and his second wife, Violant of Hungary. Infanta Violant of Castile was born in Her date of death is unknown, but must have occu She is described in the chronicles of her time as very beautiful, intelligent, and small of body. Both were struggling for the so-called Dominium mundi, or world dominium, in terms of political and spiritual supremacy.
The emperor and the pope maintained their respective authorities through diverse factors such as territorial dispersion, low level of technic and productive development in feudal mode of production, and social and political tendency of feudalism to decentralization of power. The universal powers continued into the early 19th century until the Napoleonic Wars.
The reshaping of Europe meant the effective end of the Empire. Although the Papacy had its territorial limits confined to the Vatican, it retained its soft power in the contemporary world.
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During the imperial election ofa dissident faction chose him to be King of the Romans Latin: He renounced his imperial claim inand in creating an alliance with England inhis claim on Gascony as well. Alfonso X fostered the development of a cosmopolitan court that encouraged learning.
Jews, Muslims, and Christians jluio prominent roles in his court. As a result of his encouraging the translation of works from Arabic and Latin into the vernacular of Castile, many intellectual changes took place, perhaps the most valldeon being encouragement of the use of Castilian as a primary language of higher learning, science, and law.
Alfonso was a prolific author of Galician poetry, such as the Cantigas de Santa Maria, whic The Compromise of Caspe made in was an baruqje and resolution of parliamentary representatives of the constituent realms of the Crown of Aragon the Kingdom of Aragon, Kingdom of Valencia, and Principality of Cataloniameeting in Caspe, to resolve the interregnum following the death of King Martin of Aragon in without a legitimate heir.
Background The Aragonese succession laws at that time were based more on custom than any specific legislation, and even case law did not exist. All successions after the union of Catalonia with Aragon in had been to the eldest son, to the next younger brother, or to the only daughter.
However, earlier successions indicated that agnates males in the male line of the Aragonese valdeoj family had precedence over daughters and descendants of daughters; for example, Martin valdeeon had succeeded over daughters of his late elder brother, King John I. However, very distant agnates had lost out to the daughter of the late king in the 11th century, when Queen Petronilla Un intellectual en la corte de Juan II.
He also teaches specialized courses in Fa Coins minted by Henry II. He became king in by defeating his half-brother, Peter the Cruel, after numerous rebellions and battles.
He was born a twin to Fadrique Alfonso, Lord of Haro, and was the first boy born to the couple that survived to adulthood. After the conquest of Valencia by James I of Aragon, the territory was left in a legal vacuum.
The local nobility, taking advantage of the questionable legal status, declared their independence de facto from both Valencia and Aragon. After the death of t The term Hispanic Spanish: It commonly applies to countries once under colonial possession by the Spanish Empire following Spanish colonization of the Americas, parts of the Asia-Pacific region and Africa. Principally, what are vwldeon the countries of Hispanic America, the Spanish Philippines, Spanish Guinea and Spanish Sahara where Spanish may or may not be the predominant or official language and their cultures are heavily derived from Spain although with strong local indigenous or other foreign influences.
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It could be argued that the term Hispanic should apply to all Spanish-speaking cultures or countries, mulio the historical roots of the word specifically pertain to the Iberian region. It is difficult galdeon label a nation or culture with one term, such as Hispanic, as the ethnicities, customs, traditions, and art forms music, literat Henry IV of Castile Castilian: Enrique IV 5 January — 11 DecemberKing of Castile, nicknamed the Impotent ruled —was the last of the weak late medieval kings of Castile.
During Henry’s reign the nobles increased in power and the nation became less centralised. He displaced his older sister, Eleanor, and became heir apparent to the Castilian throne as the Prince vvaldeon Asturias. The companions of his own age included Juan Pacheco, who became his closest confidant. On 10 October Philip of Castile Spanish: He was named after his maternal grandfather, Philip of Swabia, King of Germany At that time, and also for the rest of his reign, his mother tried to placate the nobility, confronted her son’s enemies, and repeatedly prevented Ferdinand IV from being dethroned.
Like his predecessors on the throne, Ferdinand IV continued the Reconquista and, although he failed to conquer Algeciras inhe captured the city of Gibraltar Spanish Jews once constituted one of the largest and most prosperous Jewish communities in the world. Spain was the unquestioned leader of world Jewry: An estimated 13, to 50, Jews live in Spain today, concentrated in the provinces of Malaga, Madrid and Barcelona as well as having a historic presence in the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla.
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