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Political,economical and administrative reforms Political reforms 1.

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I made the territorial distribution on my own. Trivia About La comunera de Ca Also, the first installments of this timeline were formally language and style much better. Radical and moderate comunidades, Castilian Protestants, antisemtic and tolerant comunidades – this looks like a highly interesting Spain!

Maldonado was fond of war and tried to improve the lifes of poorer families through mercenary companies in which most of the painment would go to the soldiers and the rest would go to the comunidad to spend freely.

Ampudia was recovered by the rebels the next day, January Limiting gradually the export of wool to create local jobs.

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The land of this comunidad is characterize for its dryer areas in the border with Toledo but specially due the mountanious region of Guadarrama who crosses throughout it. Judges will have a flat income. The rebellion had been struck a crippling blow. Spain would provide the bulk of the Habsburgs’ armies and financial resources over this period. On the royalist side, the nobles could not agree on what tactics to use.

The main difference between the two regions is that in Niebla and Tarifa the nobility had a stronger grip and the place was more rural and agrarian than Comuneea. The comuneros of Burgos had to surrender, and this was the last rebellion to be seen in Castile. The legislators met with Queen Joanna and explained the purpose of the Cortes: She would remain there for thirty-five years, the rest of her life.


La comunera de Castilla

Many cities, while not quite in outright revolt, stopped sending taxes to the Comunerw Council and began to self-govern. Threadmarks View all 41 threadmarks.

The regions martial history is always present and this comunidad is one of the most beligerent ones as they are confident about their soldiers with their recent succesful displays in Italy and later cqstilla against the royalist army.

For secular rebels, the punishment was death; clergy were to receive lighter penalties.

Xenophonte and Nivek like this. This land is well known for its multiple mountain regions, rivers and hills which make this a tough region for agriculture. Some of the reforms of Isabella I which reduced noble power were reversed as a price for luring the nobility to the royalist side.

Izquierda Comunera

The cmounera of the rest are unknown. Appart from Leon the mighty episcolial city of Astorga shines as the religious center of the comunidad.

Padilla was named Captain-General, and troops were assembled.

The former kingdom of Leon is the birthplace of the reconquista and the continuation of the kingdom of Asturias. With these new recruits and the arrival of Juan de Padilla to Valladolid, the rebel military apparatus was rebuilt and morale bolstered.

Some preferred to directly challenge the rebels in combat, while others such as the Constable of Castile favored continued waiting and the building of defensive fortifications.

The comuneros organized their militias in the major cities and levied new taxes on the countryside; they also took measures aimed at eliminating waste, routinely auditing their treasurers and dismissing those thought to be corrupt. The Admiral of Castile preferred negotiations and exhausting all the possible peaceful options first. Needless to say that I will be watching this thread. The ramifications for early modern state-building, political philosophy, Reformation and Catholicism, and of course the Americas where Pizarro hasn’t conquered the Inca yet, are massive.


Check date values in: After the comuneros won the mostly catholic elite decided to not fullfil the treaty that the catholic kings had made with the last muslim emir to respect the religion of his subjects and decided to pursue a very agressive policy of executions,displacements and conversions.

With the support of all parties, the surrender of Toledo was orchestrated on October 25, In the next chapters I will speak about foreign relationships,repercussions,internal conflicts and America.

Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes in Spanish: Comunidad de Niebla y Tarifa Composing the other half of the kingdom of Sevilla this region shares a lot of similiraties with the previous one. At first, Charles seemed not to grasp the magnitude of the revolt. As such the Junta decided to create in the middle of the republic in the town of Madrid a court with backed by the junta itself to solve problems between other comunidades.

In the next chapter I had the idea of making a description of each comunidad to give some hindsight about them.

With Spain’s transition to democracy following Franco’s death, celebration of the comuneros started to become permissible again.

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