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There are more printed accounts of the festivities for this oath ceremony than for almost any other in the entire viceroyalty, giving us information on those taking place in Mexico City, Merida, Guadalajara and Durango.
7) One's vantage point determines what one sees, of course, and an artwork from the viceroyalty of New Spain or El Peru will appear to be one thing to the viewer versed in Pre-Columbian art of the Americas, and another to one conversant with that of Renaissance and baroque Europe.
At a very profound level, then, the urban landscape informed and shaped Eguiara's scholarly life in a way that few historians have realized, creating local clusters of scholars, print shops and books that in turn were linked to larger networks that stretched across the Viceroyalty and beyond.
There were periodic rebellions by the locals that led to the progressive decay of the Viceroyalty.
Kelly contends that Lord Townshend's decision to reside in Ireland for the duration of his time in office (1767-72), and his creation of an executive viceroyalty meant that lords lieutenant could no longer merely delegate the task of government to "undertakers.
We do not properly know when Maria first arrived in the viceroyalty of New Spain or if she lived in other cities before becoming a resident of Puebla.
Hence the attempt, through so many genres, to build a strong myth of reconciliation between criollo and aboriginal populations, consistent, in its sub-continental scope, with dreams of a greater Argentina and the recovery of lost territories of the Bourbon viceroyalty in the North (34).
Trade and Navigation in the Seventeenth-Century Viceroyalty of Peru.
Fernando Armas Asin argues that the majority of the clergy in the viceroyalty of Peru remained loyal to the Spanish Crown.
91) The Caucasian viceroyalty was abolished in 1881, with most territories of Transcaucasia becoming civilian gubernii on all-Russian lines (albeit without zemstvos).
This book--though not a missiological treatise proper--is a good read and highly instructive for everyone interested in the history and cultural impact of Christian missions in Latin America, in particular the scholarly and scientific impact of Jesuit missionaries in the then Spanish viceroyalty of Peru (at times stretching down to what is today Chile, Argentina, and Paraguay).
We also have a lot of music m Mexico from the time of the viceroyalty during the colonial period that is suited to be performed on the recorder.