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The World of Iberian converso practitioners, from Lluís Alcanyís to Isaac Cardoso

AuthorsArrizabalaga, Jon
Jewish minority
Iberian kingdoms
15th century
16th Century
17th Century
Issue Date2007
PublisherUniversidad de Valencia
CitationVíctor Navarro; William Eamon (eds.), Más allá de la Leyenda Negra: España y la Revolución Científica / Beyond the Black Legend: Spain and the Scientific Revolution
AbstractBetween the mid-fifteenth and the late seventeenth century, the fortunes of the Jewish minority in the Iberian kingdoms went through many great difficulties which would to a great extent determine the further history of this minority. This article is intended to portray the sociological profile and the intellectual world of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Iberian Jewish practitioners. Additionally, some historiographical considerations on this topic are provided, and the major features which shaped the early-modern Iberian legal-politic context with respect to the converso physicians, are pointed out.
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