De rebus Hispaniae Manuscript of De rebus De rebus Hispaniae or Historia gothica[1] is a history of the Iberian peninsula written in Latin by Archbiship of. Main Author: Jiménez de Rada, Rodrigo, ca. Corporate Author: Centre Traditio Litterarum Occidentalium. Format: Online Book. Language: Latin. book by Rodrigo Jiménez de Rada. De rebus × ; KB . 0 references. genre · chronicle. 0 references. author · Rodrigo Jiménez de.

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Member feedback about New Latin: His desire to bring Spain into the mainstream of high civilization led to a boom of cultural activity, including the production and translation hhispaniae a great deal of literature.

Modern scholarly and technical nomenclature, such as in zoological and botanical taxonomy and international scientific vocabulary, draws extensively from New Latin vocabulary.

Works Mariana’s great work, Historiae de rebus Hispaniae, first appeared in twenty books at Toledo in ; ten books were subsequently addedbringing the work down to the accession of Ch As early dee Peter IV had asked the monasteries of San Juan and Ripoll to begin hispanixe material for a general history of the realm.

Between andNavarro-Aragonese and Catalan translations were produced. Stevens, John, Note: The book dedicates a large section to the dominion of the Huspaniae Kingdom; the chapter entitled, historia gothica, is very extensive and detailed.

Although the works are generally attributed to Alfonso X, being a king with other business to deal with he did not himself write most of them. People of the Reconquista Revolvy Brain revolvybrain.

The battle was so strong and cruel, but in the end, all the Franks rose up in one cry: John de Mariana ; to which are added, two supplements, the first by F. Only those sections approximate a third Page r of the Chronicle of Ramon Muntaner, in which the war cries used by the Almogavars are described: His companion later accused him of having stolen some of his books.


Member feedback about Arca Santa: Juan de Mariana topic Juan de Mariana. Extent Classicists use the term “Neo-Latin” to describe the Latin that dde in Renaissance Italy as a result of renewed interest in classical civilization in the 14th and 15th centuries.

Almogavars topic Page r of the Chronicle of Ramon Muntaner, in which the war cries used by the Almogavars are described: Castilian nobility Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. His father was Count Pedro of Lara, who ruled his own land for many years.

Formats and Editions of Historia de rebus Hispaniae sive Historia gothica []

The first says only that he died mortuus es Almozorbut the latter adds that he is in hell et sepultus est in inferno. Though named after the monastery of San Juan, it was only partially compiled there. Gutierre’s parents owned land in the village. New Latin topic New Latin also called Neo-Latin[1] or Modern Latin [2] was a revival in the use of Latin in original, scholarly, and scientific works between c.

Spanish folklore Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Tollius died unexpectedly in Gouda, shortly after his marriage on 5 March to Margaretha van Kent, the daughter of the mayor of Gouda. In the style of chronicles of its time, it begins by retelling the stories of remote origins found in the Bible. From relatively humble beginnings in Medina del Campo, where he studied grammar, he took advantage of a secular custom of Castilian monarchs to selectively promote lower class court nobility to the service of Ferdinand I of Aragon—a privilege normally reserved for those of high birth.


Inon the king’s orders, he began the successful Siege of Oreja.

De rebus Hispaniae

History The first type of promagistrate was the proconsul. He died in Madrid.

A number of proposals since the s have contested this: From the time of Moses onward, the mix begins to include Greek sources on ancient history. He was a leading figure of the House of Lara and one of the most important counsellors and generals of three successive Castilian monarchs: Cornelius or Cornelis Tollius hispajiae.

He moved to Spain and taught for twelve years at the University of Salamanca. Ferdinand Camargo y Salcedo, the other by F.

Xe of the Jews in Spain topic Spanish Jews once constituted one of the largest and most prosperous Jewish communities in the world. This ‘correction’, whereby constant bearing sailing courses on the sphere rhumb lines are mapped to straight lines on the plane map, characterizes the Mercator projection. Background and preliminary manoeuvres Shortly after the Battle of Candespina, where Alfonso and his ally, Henry, Count of Portugal, had defeated the Castilian troops of Urraca on 26 October, the queen sought to pull Henry away from his alliance with Alfonso.

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