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Spanish Golden Age Theatre

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Teatro del Siglo de Oro sponsored by the Spanish National Library is a portal that holds over 2.000 theatre plays and manuscripts from XVIth and XVIIth centuries.
Last Updated on Monday, 04 May 2009 19:33


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Niels Wiecker (U. of Hamburg) informed us that the German journal GEO has just published [in German only] a good selection of Spanish historical resources, including a chronology (507 to 1898), summaries, commented bibliography, and media files (mp3) on Juana de Castilla ("La Loca").


Treaties of Utrecht (1713)

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Researchers, scholars or anybody interested can find a series of full on-line texts regarding the content of the Treaties of Utrecht that put an end to the War of Spanish Succession (1701-13) in the following sites.

The Treaties of Utrecht (1713): presents electronic version of some of the treaties in their original language.


Peace of Westphalia (1648)

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The original texts (in Latin) of the various treaties constituting the so-called Peace of Westphalia are hard to find. Neverhtless there are several English translations available. See for exmple the article on the Peace of Westphalia in Wikipedia.

  • Treaty text - English translation, with keyword indexes

  • Treaty Text Text of the Treaty of Westphalia, translated into English.

  • Treaty texts The texts of the Westphalian Treaties (IPO and IPM) and some translations (German, French, English, Italian, Spanish, Swedish).

  • Treaty of Osnabrück (Instrumentum Pacis Osnabrugensis, IPO) in full text

  • Treaty of Münster (Instrumentum Pacis Monasteriensis, IPM) in full text

  • High resolution map of Germany after the Treaty of Westphalia


    Eurodocs - History of Spain: Primary Documents

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    Eurodocs, one of the first (if not “the” first) collections of on-line historical documents available in the internet goes Wiki.

    Needless to say, the original page of Eurodocs has been a real must for anybody interested in Early Modern history all over these years.

    The creator of Eurodocs is Richard Hacken, European Studies Bibliographer,at the Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, USA. Richard is one of those guys who understood more than decade ago the importance of having a good on-line documents repository in the web. Congrats Richard!

    Straatvaart users might consider visiting the following sections of Eurodocs:

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