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Reales Cédulas, Provisiones y Privilegios de la Isla de Tenerife(1496-1531)

Reales Cédulas, Provisiones y Privilegios de la Isla de Tenerife (1496-1531) contiene una recopilación, transcripción, edición y estudio de las cartas y provisiones que enviaron los Reyes Católicos y Carlos I a la isla de Tenerife en los años posteriores a la conquista. El arco temporal abarcado comprende desde el asentamiento europeo en la isla en 1496 hasta la concesión del título de ciudad a La Laguna, en 1531. Son 128 documentos que contienen las primeras directrices de la Corona en la repoblación del territorio, todas de importancia primordial para la historia de la Isla. El trabajo viene avalado por la dirección de la doctora Ana Viña Brito, de la Universidad de La Laguna, y el apoyo científico del Centro de Estudios Medievales y Renacentistas de dicha Institución.

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Reales Cédulas, Provisiones y Privilegios de la Isla de Tenerife (1496-1531) contiene una recopilación, transcripción, edición y estudio de las cartas y provisiones que enviaron los Reyes Católicos y Carlos I a la isla de Tenerife en los años posteriores a la conquista. El arco temporal abarcado comprende desde el asentamiento europeo en la isla en 1496 hasta la concesión del título de ciudad a La Laguna, en 1531. Son 128 documentos que contienen las primeras directrices de la Corona en la repoblación del territorio, todas de importancia primordial para la historia de la Isla. El trabajo viene avalado por la dirección de la doctora Ana Viña Brito, de la Universidad de La Laguna, y el apoyo científico del Centro de Estudios Medievales y Renacentistas de dicha Institución.

Fecha

Octubre de 2006

Páginas

601 páginas

Tamaño

Tapa dura 24 x 17 cm

Formato

Digital / Epub, Papel

Author

Ana Viña Brito

Publisher

Santa Cruz de Tenerife

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