Cover illustration: The Vision of Saint John, c. 1608–1614. Artist: El Greco. Courtesy Metropolitan Museum of Art, online collection (The Met object ID 436576).
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The Conversos and Moriscos in late medieval Spain and beyond : departures and change / edited by Kevin Ingram.
p. cm. — (Studies in medieval and Reformation traditions ; v. 141)
ISBN 978-90-04-17553-2 (hardback : alk. paper)
1. Marranos—Spain—History—Congresses. 2. Moriscos—Spain—History—Congresses. 3. Conversion—Christianity—History—Congresses. 4. Religious tolerance—Spain—History—Congresses. 5. Christianity—Spain—History—Congresses. 6. Nationalism—Spain—History—Congresses. 7. Spain—Church history—Congresses. 8. Spain—Ethnic relations—Congresses. 9. Spain—History—Ferdinand and Isabella, 1479–1516—Congresses. 10. Spain—History—House of Austria, 1516–1700—Congresses. I. Ingram, Kevin, 1956– II. Title. III. Series.
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