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2009

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The Urban Archaeology Of Early Spanish Caribbean Ports Of Call: The Unfortunate Story Of Nombre De Dios, Maria Fernanda Salamanca-Heyman Jan 2009

The Urban Archaeology Of Early Spanish Caribbean Ports Of Call: The Unfortunate Story Of Nombre De Dios, Maria Fernanda Salamanca-Heyman

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The sixteenth-century port of Nombre de Dios in Panama played a crucial role in the colonization of America. From 1519 to 1597, Nombre de Dios was the Atlantic port connecting Spain with the southern Pacific colonies in America. Even though its importance to Spain's New World colonial settlement has been widely recognized, there has never been systematic historical or archaeological research undertaken to document this colonial town and describe its establishment and subsequent development and abandonment.;This study employs a comparative approach to early Spanish urban settlement in Latin America, and combines archaeological and archival data to explain the ...


The Image Of A Woman's Authority: Representations Of Elizabeth I In Portrait And Film, Heather Armstrong Mclees-Frazier Jan 2009

The Image Of A Woman's Authority: Representations Of Elizabeth I In Portrait And Film, Heather Armstrong Mclees-Frazier

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