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Author Pérez de Hita, Ginés, 1544?-1619?

Title The civil wars of Granada : and the history of the factions of the Zegries and Abencerrages, two noble families of that city, to the final conquest by Ferdinand and Isabella / tr. from the Arabic of Abenhamin, a native of Granada, by Ginés Perez de Hita, and from the Spanish by Thomas Rodd.

Publication Info. London : Printed for Thomas Ostell by J. Bonsor, 1803.

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Description 1 online resource (457 pages).
Series Spanish Inquisition anthology
Spanish Inquisition anthology.
BiblioBoard Core module.
Note Translation of Guerras civiles de Granada.
Includes index.
[Re?]bound by T. Armstrong in full leather ; gilt decoration and red morocco lable with gilt lettering to spine ; red edges ; green endpapers.
Purchased by McKew Parr from B. Quaritch, London, 5/1/1950.
Original document: Book.
GMD: electronic resource.
Summary This book presents a thorough history of Granada, the once Moorish-held province that lays on the southern-most tip of the Iberian peninsula. The book also discusses the eventual defeat of the Moors by the Spanish King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Castile in the late 15th century.
Subject Granada (Spain : Reino) -- History -- Fiction.
Added Author Parr, Charles McKew, donor.
Parr, Ruth, donor.
Rodd, Thomas, 1763-1822.
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