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Breve Historia de La Corona de Aragon (Breve Historia)

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Discover the journey of one of the most powerful kingdoms of the Middle Ages. Its expansion across the Mediterranean Sea and its zenith, with figures of the stature of Jaime I the Conqueror, San Vicente Ferrer, Pedro II the Great, Ramon Llull or Admiral Roger de Flor, and Fernando II the Catholic King. With A Brief History of the Crown of Aragon the reader will discover how the dynastic union of the Kings of Aragon with the Counts of Barcelona allowed the expansion of the Catalonian-Aragonese domains, via force of arms, beyond the Iberian Peninsula to become one of the most powerful maritime empires with possessions in the Mediterranean. In this work the reader will learn the devastating effects of the demographic and agricultural crisis that exhausted the available resources. The reader will also learn about the progressive estrangement between the institutions and the king, and will discover the most outstanding samples of the literary and cultural activity.

About the Author

David Gonz�lez Ruiz, is a historian and archivist and currently works in the Historical Archives of Sabadell. As an expert on the history and current events of Catalonia, he regularly participates in conferences and associations in Barcelona. He is a professor of history in the Associaci� Con�ixer Catalunya and teaches classes at the University of Barcelona and the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Currently he is a member of the editorial board for the online magazine, Materials de Historia de Catalunya, which is geared for high school teachers. He has contributed articles to the newspaper 20 Minutos and is co-author of the book "100 figuras que hacen naci�n y hace falta conocer."

Product Details

ISBN:
9788499673073
Author:
Gonzalez Ruiz, David
Publisher:
Nowtilus
Author:
David Gonzalez Ruiz
Subject:
HIS049000
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series:
Breve Historia
Publication Date:
20120431
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
Spanish
Pages:
352
Dimensions:
7.5 x 5 x 0.73 in 2 lb

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