By Andrew C. Hess
The sixteenth-century Mediterranean witnessed the growth of either eu and heart japanese civilizations, below the guises of the Habsburg monarchy and the Ottoman empire. right here, Andrew C. Hess considers the family members among those dynasties in mild of the social, monetary, and affairs of state on the frontiers among North Africa and the Iberian peninsula.
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