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When the Muslims invaded the Peninsula in the Middle Ages.
711
Association of Castilian cattle dealers of the Middle Age who had power of the land.
Mesta
Author of the first Castilian gramatica.
Nebrija
Painter of Las Meninas.
Velázquez
Commercial path of the Roman empire between the North and the South of the Peninsula.
Ruta de la Plata
City with important Roman aqueduct of the Peninsula.
Segovia
Religious people that were expelled in 1767 from Spain.
Jesuitas
Crisis of the catholic world in century XIV with the existence of two popes.
Cisma de Occidente
Christian who lived in Muslim territory.
Mozárabe
Caves where there are prehistoric paintings of bison.
Altamira
What the Traditionalists called the intellectual Spaniards.
Afrancesados
The most important building of Muslim art on the Peninsula.
La Alhambra
A favorite of the king who directed the country in XVII century.
Valido
Histpanic-roman philosopher who developed el estoicismo.
Séneca
Hero for Christians in the Reconquista.
El Cid
Language that is spoken in the Basque country.
Euskera
Payments made to the church in the Middle Ages
Diezmos
Official institutions of learning that arose in the XVIII centruy.
Academias
Spanish Islands
Canarias y Baleares
Christian converted to Islam.
Muladí
Public trials of the Inqusition where the heretics were punished.
Autos de Fe
Sea to the North of the Peninsula.
Cantábrico
Jews that converted to Christianity.
Conversos
A poor orphan from the 16th centruy that had to earn a living robbing and begging.
Pícaro
The woman that Don Quijote invented and loved.
Dulcinea
Type of noble that had lost economic power.
Hidalgo
Name of the Spanish Jews in the Middle Ages.
Sefarad
Name of Felipe II's Spanish troop that lost against England.
Armada Invencible
Name of the Muslim territory on the Peninsula in the Middle Ages.
Al-Andalus
Name of the treaty between Portugal and Spain that divided the American territories in the 15th century.
Tratado de Tordesillas
Painter of La Maja Desnuda.
Goya
Pre-Roman people in the south of the Peninsula between the 10th and 6th centuries, B.C.
Tartesos
The Catholich Church's reponse to Protestantism in the 16th centruy.
Contrareforma
The most enlightened king of the 18th centruy.
Carlos III
Visigoth king that converted to Cristianity.
Recaredo
Felipe IV's valido that taxed the territories.
Conde-duque de Olivares
People that invaded the Peninsula, mostly in the Mediterranean, before the Romans, mostly for commerce.
Fenicios