historie of the uniting of the kingdom of Portugall to the crowne of Castill containing the last warres of the Portugals against the Moores of Africke, the end of the house of Portugall, and change of that government ... by Girolamo Franchi di [Conestaggio

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Authorship ascribed also to Juan de Silva, Conde de Portalegre.

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ContributionsSilva, Juan de, Conde de Portalegre, 1528-1601
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Pagination324 p.
Number of Pages324
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The historie of the vniting of the kingdom of Portugall to the crowne of Castill: containing the last warres of the Portugals against the Moores of Africke, the end of the house of Portugall, and charge of that gouernment: the description of Portugall, their principall townes, castles, places, riuers, bridges.

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The description of Portugall, their principall townes, castles, places Of the East Indies, the isles of Terceres, and other dependences. The Crown of Castile was a medieval polity in the Iberian Peninsula that formed in as a result of the third and definitive union of the crowns and, some decades later, the parliaments of the kingdoms of Castile and León upon the accession of the then Castilian king, Ferdinand III, to the vacant Leonese continued to exist as a separate entity after the personal union in of Capital: Madrid (–; since ), Valladolid.

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The Kingdom of Navarre was assigned to Garcia III (), Aragon to Ramiro I () and Castile to Ferdinand I (). Each of the brothers took the title king. After Sancho III’s death, Bermudo III covered Leon, but Ferdinand I killed him in and took possession of the kingdom.

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It began in the 9th century as the County of Castile (Condado de Castilla), an eastern frontier lordship of the Kingdom of León. The rise of Castile and Aragon.

Alfonso VII subverted the idea of a Leonese empire, and its implied aspiration to dominion over a unified peninsula, by the division of his kingdom between his sons: Sancho III (–58) received Castile and Ferdinand II (–88) received gh the Christians remained on the defensive in the face of Almohad power, Alfonso VIII of Castile (   Portugal, country lying along the Atlantic coast of the Iberian Peninsula in southwestern Europe.

Once continental Europe’s greatest power, Portugal shares commonalities, geographic and cultural, with the countries of both northern Europe and the Mediterranean. Learn more about Portugal. in the Treaty of Salvaterra should have ensued. In short, Portugal and Castile would remain separate kingdoms; but were Fernando I to die without leaving a legitimate son, as indeed happened, Juan I of Castile and his wife, Beatriz, would become the king and queen of Portugal, with their sons succeeding to the Portuguese Crown.

A collection of papers in English by one of the foremost historians of the social and economic structure of medieval rural communities, who here examines local societies in rural northern Spain and Portugal in the early middle ages.

Principal themes are scribal practice and the analysis of charter texts; gift, sale and wealth; justice and judicial procedures. Always with a concern for personal. Portugal - Portugal - History: The earliest human remains found in Portugal are Neanderthal-type bones from Furninhas.

A distinct culture first emerged in the Mesolithic (Middle Stone Age) middens of the lower Tagus valley, dated about bce. Neolithic (New Stone Age) cultures entered from Andalusia, leaving behind varied types of beehive huts and passage graves. The Kingdom of Navarre, former independent kingdom of Spain which occupied the area of the present province of Navarra.

The kingdom was home to sizable Moorish and Jewish populations, and despite its small size in the later Middle Ages, it played a significant role in international politics. The arms of the old crown of Castille and León are usually shown as quartely shield, one of spanish contributions to universal heraldry, and are today part of many coats of arms, including those of the current Spanish autonomous community of Castilla y León and of the kingdom of Spain, but also of places which were related to the crown.

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Castile (; Spanish: Castilla) is a Spanish historical region of vague borders, which is the result of a gradual merge of the Kingdom of Castile with its neighbours to become the Crown of Castile and later the Kingdom of Spain when united with the Crown of Aragon and the Kingdom of modern-day Spain, it is usually considered to comprise a part of the autonomous community of Castile.

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