De rebus Hispaniae Manuscript of De rebus De rebus Hispaniae or Historia gothica 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 De rebus Hispaniae: Over the centuries it has been a crucial source for the study of the History of Spain.
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He became the lover of Countess Teresa of Portugal, through whom he attained great influence in that domain, and was the de facto ruler of the County of Portugal between and Spanish folklore Revolvy Brain revolvybrain.
Member feedback about Chronica Naierensis: It is believed to be the first extended history of Spain in Old Spanish, a West Iberian Romance language that forms part of the lineage from Vulgar Latin to modern Spanish.
Alfonso the Battler earned his sobriquet in the Reconquista.
De rebus Hispaniae
Castilian nobility Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Modern scholarly and technical nomenclature, such as in zoological and botanical taxonomy and international scientific vocabulary, draws extensively from New Latin vocabulary.
De rebus Hispaniae is the original Latin title. Cornelii Tollii Ad Pie Spain was the unquestioned leader of world Jewry: At the beginning hospaniae the 11th century, Alavese comarcas of the river Ivita began to be established, in the basin of what is now known as the River Ayu Member re about Literature of Alfonso X: More often he was occupied defending the eastern frontier from invasion by Aragon or Navarre, and for this purpose the king invested him New Latin also called Neo-Latin or Modern Latin  was a revival in the use of Latin in original, scholarly, and scientific works between c.
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Camargo y Salgado, Hernando, Author: Cornelius or Cornelis Tollius c. Ruins of the castle of Castrojeriz, which Gutierre helped to besiege in and which he later held as a fief of the crown from until He moved to Spain and taught for twelve years nispaniae the University of Salamanca.
History of Spain Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Mariana, Juan de, Author: He served Alfonso as a courtier after and as majordomo — Help with reading books — Report a bad link — Suggest a new listing.
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In the style of chronicles of its time, it begins by retelling the stories of remote origins found in the Bible. By the next year he had b On 12 April Tollius was appointed professor of history and Greek at the University of Harderwijk, where he was also secretary of the College of Curators.
Basil Varen de Soto, bringing it down to the present reign ; the whole translated from the Spanish by Capt.
Afonso II indicated in his will in that Urraca should be the regent for his heir should he pre-decease her. Member feedback about Cornelius Tollius: His teaching and books influenced the development of the Spanish Renaissance, and his disciples included Yispaniae de Segura.