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history of the discovery and conquest of the Canary Islands

Juan de Abreu de Galindo

history of the discovery and conquest of the Canary Islands

by Juan de Abreu de Galindo

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Published by Pr. for A. Pope in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canary Islands -- Description and travel,
  • Canary Islands -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Statementtr. from a Spanish ms. lately found in the Island of Palma, with an enquiry into the origin of the ancient inhabitants, to which is added A description of the Canary Islands, including the modern history of the inhabitants ... by Capt. George Glas, with his life and tragical end, on board the Sandwich of London, and an account of the apprehending, trials, conviction, and execution of the four assassins, perpetrators of that horrid crime.
    ContributionsGlas, George, 1725-1765,
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 vol. map.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16916950M

    " The history of the discovery and conquest of the Canary Islands" Juan de Abreu de Galindo, George Glas "Dialect Death: The Case of Brule Spanish" Charles E. Holloway "The Discovery of Mankind: Atlantic Encounters in the Age of Columbus" David Abulafia "Populating the Barrera: Spanish Immigration Efforts in Colonial Louisiana" by Gilbert Din. The inhabited islands of the archipelago at the time of their discovery, as now, were seven in number ; by name, beginning with the most easterly, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, Grand Canary, Teneriffe, Palma, Gomera, and Hierro.' The natives had no com- munication .

    The conquest of the Canary Islands by the Crown of Castille took place between and It can be divided into two periods: the Conquista señorial, carried out by Castilian nobility in exchange for a covenant of allegiance with the crown, and the Conquista realenga, carried out by the Spanish crown itself, during the reign of the Catholic Monarchs. Juan de Abreu Galindo is the author of The History of the Discovery and Conquest of the Canary Islands ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 0 reviews, published /5(4).

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With an Enquiry Into the Origin of the Ancient Inhabitants. To which is Added, a Defcription of the Canary Islands, Including the Modern History of the Inhabitants, and an Account of Their Manners, Customs, Trade, Etc.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 6. Canary Islands, autonomous community of Spain, established on Augby statute of autonomy and consisting of an archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of northwest Africa.

The capital is Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The History of the Discovery and Conquest of the Canary Islands: Translated from a Spanish Manuscript Lately Found in the island of Palma: With an Enquiry into the Origin of the Ancient Inhabitants: to Which is Added, a Description of the Canary Islands, Including the Modern History of the Inhabitants, and an Account of their Manners, Customs.

The history of the discovery and conquest of the Canary Islands: tranflated from a Spanish manuscript, lately found in the ifland of Palma. With an enquiry into the origin of the ancient inhabitants.

To which is added, a defcription of the Canary Islands, including the modern history of the inhabitants, and an account of their manners, customs. English, Book, Illustrated edition: The history of the discovery and conquest of the Canary Islands: translated from a Spanish manuscript, lately found in the island of Palma.

With an enquiry into the origin of the ancient inhabitants. The history of the discovery and conquest of the Canary Islands translated from a Spanish manuscript, lately found in the island of Palma. With an enquiry into the origin of the ancient inhabitants. To which is added, a description of the Canary Islands, including the modern history of the inhabitants.

The History of the Discovery and Conquest of the Canary Islands Item Preview The History of the Discovery and Conquest of the Canary Islands by Juan de Abreu de Galindo, George Glas Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of New York Public Library Language English Volume 2.

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with an Enquiry Into the Origin of the Ancient Inhabitants. Gale Ecco, Perez-Comacho, Jonas. Guanches. Legend and Reality: The Mysterious People of the Canary Islands. Editorial Weston, Ruiz. Discovery and conquest of the Canary Islands zoom_in It is likely the Archipelago was supposedly discovered in the second century BC just because the beginning of the navigation history go back to that same age, when phoenicians played a leading role.

The History of the Discovery and Conquest of the Canary Islands by Juan Abreu De De Galindo,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. History of the discovery and conquest of the Canary islands. London: R. and J. Dodsley, (DLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Juan de Abreu de Galindo; George Glas.

The history of the discovery and conquest of the Canary islands: translated from a Spanish manuscript, lately found in the island of Palma, with an enquiry into the origin of the ancient inhabitants, to which is added, a description of the Canary islands, including the Modern History of the inhabitants, and an account of their manners, customs, trade, etc.

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(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Juan de. Abreu de Galindo. Contact with the Canary Islands was re-established in the 14th century with a visit by Lancelotto Malocello to Lanzarote, who it is believed the island is named after.

Prince Luis de la Cerda of Spain obtained a papal bull in issued by Clement VI granting him dominion over the Fortunate Isles and naming him the Prince of Fortune. The history of the discovery and conquest of the Canary Islands: translated from a Spanish manuscript lately found in the island of Palma: with an enquiry into the origin of the ancient inhabitants: to which is added, A description of the Canary Islands, including the modern history of the inhabitants, and an account of their manners, customs, trade, &c.

History in Spain. After the fall of the Roman Empire and with Europe falling into the shadows of the Dark Ages, the Canary Islands slipped off the radar for an astonishing plus years, with virtually no written record of visits here until the early 14th century, when the Genoese captain Lanzarotto (or Lancelotto) Malocello bumped into the island that would later bear his name: Lanzarote.The History of the Discovery and Conquest of the Canary Islands: Translated from a Spanish Manuscript, Lately Found in the Island of Palma.

With an of the Ancient Inhabitants by George Glas Paperback – Nov. 30 Reviews: 6. Most of the sites were radiocarbon dated between approximately and C.E., although a couple of them came after post-conquest periods.

“In the Canary Islands .