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The Other 1492 : Ferdinand, Isabella, and the Making of an Empire (The… (edition 2002)

by Teofilo Ruiz

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Title:The Other 1492 : Ferdinand, Isabella, and the Making of an Empire (The Great Courses)
Authors:Teofilo Ruiz
Info:The Teaching Company (2002), Audio Cassette
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Tags:History, Non Fiction, Medieval History, The Teaching Company

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The Other 1492: Ferdinand, Isabella, and the Making of an Empire by Teofilo F. Ruiz

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Teofilo F. Ruiz gives a series of lectures on the history of the reign of Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain, who united the country, took power from the Moors, gave aid to Columbus, ordered the expulsion or conversion of Jews and Moors, and built the framework for modern Spain.… (more)

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