Military history

Sources and Select Bibliography

With a topic ranging over so many different geographical areas and over such a long time span, the range of material is virtually endless. My notes and database record over 2,000 books that I have used in writing this book. I have selected those that I found most useful, or provoking. Others are fully referenced in the notes to each chapter but do not feature here.

I have indicated U.S. editions where they were available.

Unpublished Manuscript Sources, Granada

DOCUMENTS

1. Archivo de la Real Cancilleria de Granada

Auto del Real Concejo para que el Presidente y oidores de la Cancilleria de Granada no den a nadie para que llevar armas; S. 5, Legajo 12, Pieza 42, 23 de Marzo (1518).

2. Archivo de la Real Cancilleria de Granada

El Alguacil del campo de la Ciudad de Malaga con Juan Gaitán, morisco, vecinos de la villa de Comares, sobre llevar armas contra las leyes; S. 3, Legajo 1198, Pieza 8 (1549).

3. Archivo del Alhambra

Armas prohibidas; Legajo A-20, Pieza 14 (1558).

4. Archivo del Alhambra

Causa contra Diego y Francisco Lopez, christianos nuevos, vecinos de Guadix, sobre

llevar armas prohibidas; Legajo A-64, Pieza 90 (1560).

5. Archivo del Alhambra

Armas prohibidas y heridas; Legajo A-34, Pieza 5 (1561).

6. Archivo del Alhambra

Causa contra Antín de Cardenas, morisco, por llevar armas prohibidas; Legajo A-64, Pieza 38 (1561).

7. Archivo del Alhambra

Copia de Cédula Real sobre los muertes que habían hecho los moriscos en la Cuesta de Cebada; Legajo A-119, Pieza 18 (1562).

8. Archivo del Alhambra

Causa contra Gabriel de Baeza sobre llevar armas prohibidas; Legajo A-64, Pieza 52 (1563).

9. Archivo del Alhambra

Causa sobre armas contra Iñigo Antirafe, vecinos del Albaicin; Legajo A-118 (1564).

10. Archivo del Alhambra

Justificación contra monfies, moriscos de la tierra de habián asaltado las jabegas en la playa de Velez Malaga; Legajo A-65, Pieza 2 (1564).

11. Archivo del Alhambra

Privilegio de traer armas por ser cristiano viejo y su padre haberse convertidos antes de la conversion general; Legajo A-118, Pieza 11 (1565).

12. Archivo del Alhambra

Auto sobe hacer cautivadao unos monfies varios cristianos; Legajo A-60, Pieza 4 (1566).

13. Archivo del Alhambra

Copia de Real Cédula por que Su Majestad le hizo merced a Hernando Manchel de poder de llevar armas; Legajo A-118, Pieza s.n. (1567).

14. Archivo del Alhambra

Privilegio de llevar armas y que se prive a los cristianos nuevos de llevarlas; Legajo A-118, Pieza 58 (1568).

15. Archivo del Alhambra

Sobre que no se permite a los cristianos nuevos de Casarabonela el llevarlas; Legajo A-118, Pieza 59 (1568).

16. Archivo del Alhambra

Visita que se hizo a las casas del Albaicin con nota de las que tenían armas; Legajo A-118, Pieza 64 (1569).

17. Archivo del Alhambra

Interrogatorio para el pleito de Andrés Jenin (Henil) sobre el privilegio de llevar armas; Legajo A-118, Pieza 65 (1569).

18. Archivo del Alhambra

Bando para que todos los moriscos que viven en Granada salgan de ella dentro de quatro días; Legajo A-4, Pieza 19 (1569).

19. Archivo del Alhambra

Causa contra Diego Hernandez sobre transfugia en Berberia; Legajo A-63, Pieza 6 (1569).

20. Archivo del Alhambra

Causa contra Miguel Zoli y consortes, vecinos de Nortaez que los fueron condenados a muerte y ejecutados en justicia en la Puerta de Elvira, sobre paso a Berberia; Legajo A-64, Pieza 44 (1562).

21. Archivo del Ayuntamiento de Granada

Real provisión mandada que en los bautismos y casamientos de los nuevamente convertidos sean padrinos cristianos viejos; Indiferentes; Legajo 2003 (1511).

22. Archivo del Ayuntamiento de Granada Legajo

1861 (1513).

23. Archivo del Catedral de Granada

Apuntes sobre la manera de enseñar la doctrina a los moriscos; S. 1, Legajo 36, Pieza 2.

24. Archivo del Catedral de Granada Libro

11.11 (1530).

25. Archivo del Catedral de Granada Libro

11.16 (1530).

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