Spain & the Mediterranean

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Benjamin F. Taggie, Richard W. Clement, James E. Caraway
Thomas Jefferson University Press, 1992 - History - 153 pages
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Mediterranean Studies is an interdisciplinary annual concerned with the ideas and ideals of Mediterranean cultures from Late Antiquity to the Enlightenment and their influence beyond these geographical and temporal boundaries. Topics concerning any aspect of the history, literature, politics, arts, geography, or any subject focused on the Mediterranean region in any period of history can be found in this journal.

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Contents

La visión de España por los ingleses desde el siglo XVI
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The Historical Context
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Protestantism in SixteenthCentury Spain
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