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Erasmism In Spain: The Valladolid Conference of 1527

By Ralph E. Dixon

Abstract

This study is based largely on the original minutes of the meetings of the Valladolid Conference, and the letters of Alonso de Valdes and Juan de Vegara, two of Erasmus\u27 most active supporters in Spain. The monumental study of Marcel Bataillon, Erasme et l\u27Espagne, was invaluable in providing a complete background for the entire subject as well as supplying an exhaustive bibliography. The great works of P.S. and H.M. Allen, Luis Getino, Fermin Caballero, and Marcelino Menendez y Pelayo were indispensable in providing copies of the extant letters of the period. For purposes of this study, most of the documents used in this paper have been transcribed and included in the Appendix

Topics: History
Publisher: UNM Digital Repository
Year: 1955
OAI identifier: oai:digitalrepository.unm.edu:hist_etds-1116

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