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was some persecution by the Inquisition…completely shuts down the fanaticism of cult of Mary 6) Sour note of Charles’ reign a. 1519-21 i. Charles is making circuit through Spain to greet his people ii. Known as comuneros b. Needs servicio i. Money to buy the Holy Roman Emperor-ship ii. Paid for by the people c. Finds out he wins and demands second servicio d. People are upset i. b/c of the demand of servicio and the arrival of Burgundians in Spain ii. Causes rebellions w/in the cities 1. Medina del Campo a. August 1520
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b. Center of Castile’s trade organizations 2. November 1520 a. 14 of 17 cities get together and agreed on program of reform that they wanted Charles to accept i. Get rid of Burgundian advisors and replace them w/Castilians ii. w/draw request for the second servicio iii. The Cortes (17 cities) will meet at least every 3 years e. Nobles eventually turn away from communeros and put down the rebellion before Charles is able to return w/an army from Flanders i. All reforms are completely shot ii. Cortes ceases to function as a check on the monarchy 1. They only pass what they’re told and that’s all This period of optimism grown quickly, as does the population (especially in center of Spain (Old and New Castile)). Means that many farmers begin to take out mortgages to buy/rent more land. The weather in 1550’s is bad and crops fail. Farmers lose their property. This begins migration away from center of Spain to periphrary of Spain. People also did this as an attempt to get to America. Known as the “hollowing out” of Spain. Also begins price revolution. Mostly due to population growth, partly b/c of the increase of gold and silver from the New World.
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  • Spring '11
  • Bischof
  • Middle Ages, Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, A. Charles, Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor, Holy Roman

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