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Gitlitz, David . Los Arias Dávila de Segovia: entre la iglesia y la sinagoga- (Baltimore: International Scholars Publications, 1996. Mena García, Carmen: Pedrarias Dávila o la Ira de Dios: una historia olvidada

Gitlitz, David . Mena García, Carmen: Pedrarias Dávila o la Ira de Dios: una historia olvidada. Publicaciones de la Universidad de Sevilla, Sevilla, 1992 (281 págs. Mena García, Carmen: Sevilla y las flotas de Indias. La gran armada de Castilla del Oro, 1513-1514. Universidad de Sevilla, Fundación cultural El Monte, Sevilla, 1998 (458 págs. 2ª edición Sevilla, 1999.

Read by David M. Gitlitz Los Arias Davila De Segovia: Entre LA Sinagoga Y LA Iglesia (Iberian Studies in History, Literature and Culture). Gitlitz. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Arias Davila Family of Sagovia. Los Arias Davila De Segovia: Entre LA Sinagoga Y LA Iglesia (Iberian Studies in History, Literature and Culture). 1573090395 (ISBN13: 9781573090391).

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See David M. Gitlitz, ‘’Los Arias Dávila de Segovia: entre la iglesia y la sinagoga’’ (Baltimore: International Scholars Publications, 1996). Diaz, . 1963, The Conquest of New Spain, London: Penguin Books

See David M. 1963, The Conquest of New Spain, London: Penguin Books, ISBN 0140441239. This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Herbermann, Charles, ed.

Family Library resources about Pedro Arias Dávila.

Pedro Arias Dávila was born into one of the most influential aristocratic families of 15th century Spain. Diego and Elvira were the parents of three children. Library resources about Pedro Arias Dávila. Resources in your library. Resources in other libraries. See David M.

Los arias Dávila de Segovia: Entre la sinagoga y la iglesia, International . Gitlitz has also collaborated with Linda Kay Davidson, a colleague at the University of Rhode Island, on several books.

Los arias Dávila de Segovia: Entre la sinagoga y la iglesia, International Scholars Publications (San Francisco, CA), 1996. David M. Gitlitz is an educator, administrator, and professor of Spanish whose academic interests include the Golden Age of Spanish literature, Spanish-Jewish history, and pilgrimages.

A soldier in his youth, Arias Dávila served with distinction in wars against the Moors in Granada in the 1490s and in North Africa in 1508–11.

Pedrarias Dávila (Pedro Arias de Ávila) y Ortiz de Cota (Segovia, Castile, c. 1468 – León, March 6, 1531, aged 63), was a Spanish colonial administrator. For the date of birth, refer to Aram, Bethany. Leyenda negra y leyendas doradas en la conquista de América: Pedrarias y Balboa. Madrid: Marcial Pons historia, 2008.

David Gitlitz and Linda Kay Davidson are professors at the University of Rhode Island

David Gitlitz and Linda Kay Davidson are professors at the University of Rhode Island. Each has written several books on Spanish culture, including Gitlitz's Secrecy and Deceit, an alternate selection of the History Book Club and winner of the 1996 National Jewish Book Award for Sephardic Studies and the 1997 Lucy B. Dawidowicz Prize for History. They are married and A Drizzle of Honey is the first book they have written together. They are also the authors of The Pilgrimage Road to Santiago.

In this remarkable, lucid, and thorough investigation, Gitlitz portrays a prominent Christian/Jewish family of late fifteenth-century Spain, a time in which systematic persecution of Jewish converts to Christianity led to the founding of the Inquisition and the Expulsion of the Jews. The more than 30,000 Marranos or conversos eventually burned at the stake by the Inquisition included members of the Arias clan.Particularly significant is the portrait that emerges in the book of the family patriarch, Diego Arias Davila, a strong-minded, newly rich, king's minister of finance, who had a foot in both worlds. The book details the complex network of the Arias clan's family and friends, many of whom despite the increasing pressure to conform exclusively to Christian practices labored to sustain a rich Jewish religious life.TEXT IN SPANISH
The Arias Davila Family of Segovia ebook
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