A King Travels: Festive Traditions in Late Medieval and Early Modern Spain

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THIS is a sample bibliography of primary and secondary sources. For the full listing of works consulted, please refer to the blocktexts.


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Báez de Sepulveda, Jorge. Relación verdadera del recibimiento que hizo la ciudad de Segovia a la magestad de la reyna nuestra señora doña Anna de Austria en su felicissimo casamiento que en la dicha ciudad celebro 14 noviembre 1570. Eds. Sagrario López Pozo and Begoña Canosa Hermida. Segovia: Junta de Castilla y León, 1998.

Bernáldez, Andrés. Historia de los reyes católicos Don Fernando y Doña Isabel. In Crónicas de los reyes de Castilla III. Madrid: Biblioteca de autores españoles, vol. 70, 1953.

Cabrera de Córdoba, Luis. Felipe Segundo, rey de España (17th century). Madrid: Imprenta de Aribau, 1877, 4 vols. 1585, vol. 3, 95–135.

——— Relaciones delas cosas sucedidas en la corte de España, desde 1599 hasta 1614. Madrid: Imprenta de J. Martín Alegría, 1857.

Calvete de Estrella, Juan Cristobal. El felicísimo viaje del muy alto y muy poderoso principe Don Felipe, 2 vols. Madrid: Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, 1930.

Carrillo de Huete, Pedro. Crónica del halconero de Juan II. Ed. Juan de Mata Carriazo. Granada: Editorial Universidad de Granada, 2006.

Cock, Enrique (Henrique). Relación del viaje hecho por Felipe II en 1585, á Zaragoza, Barcelona y Valencia. Ed. Alfredo Morel Fatio and Antonio Rodríguez Villa. Madrid: Imprenta, esterotipia y galv de Aribau y Cia, 1976.

——— Jornada de Tarazona hecha por Felipe II en 1592, pasando por Segovia, Valladolid, Palencia, Burgos, Logroño y Tudela. Ed. Alfredo Morel-Fatio and Antonio Rodríguez Villa. Madrid: Imprenta y fundición de M. Tello, 1879.

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Collado, Francisco Gerónimo. Descripción del túmulo y relación de las exequias que hizo la ciudad de Sevilla en la muerte del rey Don Felipe Segundo. Seville: Imp. De D. José María Geofrín, manuscript of the early seventeenth century, edited in 1869 by Francisco de B. Palomo (descriptions of the túmulo by different contemporary authors).

Comes, Pere Joan. Libre de algunes coses asanyalades succehides en Barcelona y en altres partes (1583). Ed. Joseph Puiggari. Barcelona: La Renaixensa, 1878.

Crónicas de los reyes de Castilla, 3 vols. Ed. Cayetano Rossell. Madrid: Biblioteca de autores españoles, 1953.

Felipe II. Exterior e interior de una vida, atribuída comunmente al abade de san real y por algunos al célebre español Antonio Pérez, su secretario de estado. Ed. Antonio Valladares de Sotomayor. Madrid: Torreblancas Impresores, 1998.

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