The Chronicle of San Juan de La Pena: A Fourteenth-Century Official History of the Crown of Aragon

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By the end of the fourteenth century, the Crown of Aragon had reached the height of its power and was the most powerful Christian state in the region. Under the rule of King Pedro IV, its navies controlled the western Mediterranean and held the balance of power in the eastern; at the same time, its poets, artists, scholars, and musicians were admired and respected throughout Europe. Commissioned and supervised by King Pedro IV, and compiled some time around 1380, The Chronicle of San Juan de la Pena was long valued as ...

The Chronicle of San Juan de La Pena: A Fourteenth-Century Official History of the Crown of Aragon 1991, University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, PA

ISBN-13: 9780812213522

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The Chronicle of San Juan de la Pena: A Fourteenth-Century Official History of the Crown of Aragon 1991, University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia

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