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As it was a buffer region Soria is full of fortresses and its soldiers are known to be amongst the best of the country. He comunefa requested large servicios at the Cortes he held.

Revolt of the Comuneros

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The city contains one of the main fleets of Castile and the one of the only two permanent institutions of the republic. La Esfera de los Libros, S. The army of the comuneros fell apart. Its importance economically is represented by Medina del Campo one of the premier financial places in Europe which hosted the general fair of Castile in which people from all Europe traded currency and for the most part cojunera wool.

Un entramado institucional saturado de delincuentes. This forced the rebels to intensify their recruitment drives, especially in Toledo, Salamanca, and Valladolid itself.

Your name or email address: However, these new developments lead to a dramatic drop in support for the comuneros from aristocrats, who were frightened by the more radical elements of the revolution. Najera a former kingdom became the border region between Navarra,Aragon and Castile and as such it became a trading hub of the northern region.


The situation was somewhat comujera for the army, with a large number of desertions in Valladolid and Villalpando.

Despite being the least populated comunidad its key geographical position makes up for it. Cierre a las 3: The second half of the 15th century saw profound political, economic, and social changes in Spain. Do you already have an account?

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The Castilian Left Spanish: However, these new developments lead to a dramatic drop in support for the comuneros from aristocrats, who were frightened by the more radical elements of the revolution. The middle province is formed by Leon and its surrounding areas. The corruption in the government since Isabella’s castiilla only made the budget shortfalls worse. Magdalena Cabot rated it comunsra liked it Jul 10, The main political player is the catholic church Charles was brought up in Flandersthe homeland of his father Philip, and barely knew Castilian.

Emperor Charles V would go on to rule one of the largest and most sprawling empires in European history. Other cities now followed the lead of Toledo and Segovia, deposing their governments. To revitalize trade and commerce jews were allowed to live in the land and practice their religion.

In response, the towns signed mutual defense pacts, relying on each other rather than the national government. Radical and moderate comunidades, Castilian Protestants, antisemtic and tolerant comunidades – this looks like a highly interesting Spain!


Defendiendo las castila populares Salvador79 and ndeignacio like this. However, one ray of hope remained for the rebels. This projects were seen as pointless by the intelectual groups from Salamanca which preffered to focus on their intelectual activity rather than war and exploration Old cathedral of Salamanca Maldonado leading his troops The main economic activities of the comunidad were farming,academic and spiritual training and exploration and war.

Fonseca arrived on August 21 in Medina, but encountered heavy resistance from the townspeople, as the city had strong trade links to Segovia.

Threadmarks View all 41 threadmarks. I will answer any castillla when I am free. Regidores were usually named by the crown before but after the stablishment of the republic the concejo could name their regidor and depose him whenever they want. The other part of the comunidad was a vastly agrarian area in which farming and agriculture were the biggest activities and were mostly poor outside of some pockets of wealth in Plasencia,Caceres and recently Trujillo.

This thinking enfuriated the church who lacked the support to deposed him.