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dc.creator Cañas Pelayo, Marcos Rafael es
dc.date.accessioned 2017-03-30T09:30:53Z
dc.date.available 2017-03-30T09:30:53Z
dc.date.issued 2016
dc.identifier.citation Cañas Pelayo, M.R. (2016). Cristianos nuevos portugueses en Écija: integración y dificultades (finales siglo XVI - comienzos siglo XVIII). Historia, Instituciones, Documentos, 43, 71-98.
dc.identifier.issn 0210-7716 es
dc.identifier.issn 2253-8291 es
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/11441/56605
dc.description.abstract Durante el año de 1597, la ciudad de Córdoba celebró un Auto de Fe con una gran presencia de reos portugueses. Si bien hubo condenados aislados y sin conexiones con el resto de procesados, encontramos varios casos de familias lusitanas (por ejemplo, el linaje de los Andrada) poseedoras de fuertes vínculos de parentesco y económicos dentro de los condenados por el Tribunal Inquisitorial. Grupos que adquirieron propiedades, cargos municipales preeminentes (como jurados o escribanos públicos) y riqueza que les convirtieron en integrantes del poder local. Sus estrategias matrimoniales combinaron una endogamia consanguí- nea, que reforzaba sus vínculos de parentesco, con uniones conyugales destinadas a enlazar con familias astigitanas, protagonizando un gradual proceso de asimilación y un destacado ascenso social. es
dc.description.abstract During 1597, an “Auto de Fe” [Public penance of heretics by the Inquisition in Spain and Portugal] was celebrated in the city of Córdoba, with considerable presence of Portuguese penitents. While there were some isolated prisoners, unrelated to the rest of the accused, it is possible to find some examples of Lusitanian families (for instance, the Andradas lineage) having strong social and economic ties among the prosecuted by the Holy Office. These groups had acquired properties, prominent magistracies (such as jurors or public notaries) and wealth, which made them members of the local power of the city. Their marriage strategies combined an inbreeding that strengthened their ties of kindship with marital unions destined to connect prominent “astigitanas” families, starring a gradual process of assimilation and a notorious eminent upward mobility. The significant number of Portuguese New Christians found in this community reveals an arrival of this social group to Castilla earlier to what it has been traditionally thought, as well as an integration affected, under the religious problem, by ethnic and social conflicts. es
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dc.publisher Universidad de Sevilla es
dc.relation.ispartof Historia, Instituciones, Documentos, 43, 71-98.
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dc.subject Andrada es
dc.subject Auto de Fe es
dc.subject Inquisición es
dc.subject Écija es
dc.subject Ascenso social es
dc.subject Endogamy es
dc.subject Upward mobility es
dc.title Cristianos nuevos portugueses en Écija: integración y dificultades (finales siglo XVI - comienzos siglo XVIII) es
dc.title.alternative Portuguese New Christians in Écija: Integration and Difficulties (Late 16th - Early 17th Centuries) es
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dc.relation.publisherversion http://dx.doi.org/10.12795/hid.2016.i43.03 es
dc.identifier.doi 10.12795/hid.2016.i43.03 es
idus.format.extent 28 p. es
dc.journaltitle Historia, Instituciones, Documentos es
dc.publication.issue 43 es
dc.publication.initialPage 71 es
dc.publication.endPage 98 es
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