Lecture 21, Fri., 11-19-10 (1)

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Lecture 21, Fri., 11-19-10 Spielvogel, Chapter 12, Nation-States, Spain, fall of Byzantine Empire, Renaissance I. Nation-States: Spain (Chapter 12, p. 365) A. Isabella’s Religious Policy- used the Inquisition against Jews and Moors (Muslims) who had converted to Christianity & whom Cardinal Cisneros believed had returned to their former faiths B. After 1492 & the fall of Granada , Isabella ordered all Jews to convert or leave Spain with nothing (150,000 of 200,000) chose to leave C. 1502 same order towards the Moors ( less than 100,000 of 500,000) remained – Both Jews & Moors were liable to the Inquisition-conversion was no guarantee of safety…. continued Fri., 4-16 D. Juana “la loca,” Isabella’s daughter, succeeded as Queen of Spain after her mother’s death in 1504 E. Juana married Philip of Burgundy (heir to Hapsburg fortune of HRE Maximilian) F. Juana became mentally unstable after Philip’s untimely death- Ferdinand of Aragon designated Cisneros as guardian & caretaker of the Spanish Empire until Charles V (Juana’s son & the grandson of Maximilian) came of age…. G. 1517 Charles V, King of Spain 1519, Holy Roman Emperor – most powerful and feared leader of his day………. . II.
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2011 for the course HIST 100 taught by Professor Carbine during the Fall '10 term at Loyola Chicago.

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