En torno a la génesis de la administración española en Italia: las instrucciones de los Reyes Católicos para el gobierno de Apulia y Calabria (1502)

By the Treaty of Granada, signed November 11, 1500, Ferdinand II of Aragon and Louis XII of France agreed to divide the Kingdom of Naples between them. Nevertheless, when it was put into practice the conflicts erupted, culminating in open warfare. The Catholic Kings entrusted the Great Captain with... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Calderón Ortega, José Manuel
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad de Alcalá 2012
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Laburpena: By the Treaty of Granada, signed November 11, 1500, Ferdinand II of Aragon and Louis XII of France agreed to divide the Kingdom of Naples between them. Nevertheless, when it was put into practice the conflicts erupted, culminating in open warfare. The Catholic Kings entrusted the Great Captain with the direction of theoperations, but due to the bad course of events the Spanish monarches were forced to open a new front, designating Luis Portocarrero, 7 º lord of Palma as general captain in Apulia and Calabria. At the same time they provided him with three Instructions, related to the development of the operations, to the administration of the Estate and Justice in the aforementioned duchies, and finally the last of them contained considerations of political and propaganda character. These Instructions constituted the germ of the political system inaugurated by the Spanish Monarchy in Naples, which remained almost three centuries.