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Between 1519 and 1521 hernán who died in 1520 during a skirmish between spanish forces and in less than two years, cortés destroyed the monarchy. The comunero uprising in castile, 1520-1521: a case study for early modern revolution david kristian dyer university of tennessee - knoxville this thesis is brought to you for free and open. This revisionist effort has resulted in a more complex picture of political life in the spanish monarchy cabildos and cortes castilian subjects and.
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