Front Matter Front Flap Front Map Half Title PageEditorial BoardTitle Page Copyright PageDedication PageTable Of ContentsPREFACEABBREVIATIONSContentsINTRODUCTIONThe SourcesTerritory and Population of Jaén1. FROM JEWS TO CONVERSOSThe Aljama and Conversos NeighborhoodsDISTRIBUTION BY QUARTERS OF PERSONS IN THE CITY OF JAÉNThe Conversos in the Years Precedingthe Establishment of the Inquisition2. THE INQUISITION IN JAÉNLocationThe Jurisdiction of the Jaén TribunalInquisitors and OfficialsRhythm of Activities of the Tribunal3. THE INQUISITION AT WORKThe Flight of ConversosThe Legal Proceedings of the Inquisition4. CONDEMNATIONS AND PUNISHMENTSNumber of the CondemnedThe Loss of Public DignitiesConfiscations of PropertyFinancial Aspects of Confiscations and PenaltiesAbuses in Property ConfiscationsRestitution of Property5. CONVERSOS AND INQUISITORSThe Influence of Lucero in JaénEffects of the General Congregation of 1508 The Conversos and the Bishop of Jaén6. THE TRIALSThe Conversos of the Cofradia del Santisimo Sacrament The Family of Ruy Diaz on TriaThe Vazquez FamilyThe Lopez de Marruecos FamilyThe Trial of Hernando de Alcaraz (1511-1512) 7. PROFESSIONS AND ECONOMIC ACTIVITIESThe City of JaénÜbeda and Villanueva del ArzobispoCONCLUSIONDOCUMENTSSIGNS1 A.G.S., R.G.S., XI, 1484, folio 80 Seville, November 28, 1484 2 A.G.S., R.G.S., XII, 1484, folio 57 Seville, December 4, 14843 A.G.S., R.G.S., XII, 1484, folio 30 Seville, December 23, 14844 A.H.P.J., leg. 2, folio 16 r Jaén, January 25, 14855 A.G.S., R.G.S., IV, 1485, folio 210 Cordoba, April 5, 1485 6 A.G.S., R.G.S., IV, 1485, folio 5 Cordoba, April 16, 14857 A.G.S., R.G.S., IV, 1485, folio 25 Cordoba, April 16, 14858 A.H.D.J., Seccion Universidad de Priores y Curas Pârrocos, Leg. 24, n° 27. Cordoba, May 1, 1485 9 A.H.P.J., Leg. 1, folio 144 r Jaén, May 16, 148510 A.H.P.J., Leg. 1, folio 153 ? Jaén, May ?, 148511 A.H.D.J., Seccion Universidad de Priores y Curas Pârrocos, Leg. 24, n° 27 Jaén, July 1, 148512 A.H.DJ., Section Universidad de Priores y Curas Pârrocos, Leg. 24, n° 27 Jaén, July 2, 148513 A.H.D.J., Seccion Universidad de Priores y Curas Pârrocos, Leg. 24, n° 27 Jaén, July 3, 148514 A.G.S., R.G.S., VII, 1485, folio 3 Cordoba, July 20, 148515 A.H.N., Inq., Leg. 1473, n° 25, folio 99r-100v 1484-1525 16 A.H.N., Inq., Leg. 1473, n° 25, folio 101r-103v 1484-15..?17 A.G.S., R.G.S., XII, 1488, folio 190 Valladolid, December 22, 148818 A.G.S., R.G.S., V, 1489, folio 13 Jaén, May 27, 1489The19 A.G.S., R.G.S., XII, 1490, folios 91 and 92 Seville, December 17, 149020 A.G.S., R.G.S., XII, 1490, folio 92 Seville, December 17, 1490 21 A.G.S., R.G.S., X, 1491, folio 21 Real de la Vega de Granada, October 25, 149122 A.G.S., R.G.S., IV, 1493, folio 38 Barcelona, April 24, 149323 A.G.S., C.M.C., 1a Época, Leg. 100, Cuentas de la Inquisicion de Jaén, folio 11r Avila, September 6, 1493 24 A.G.S., C.M.C., l a Época, Leg. 100, Cuentas de la Inquisicion de Jaén, folio 1lv Avila, December 18, 149325 A.G.S., C.M.C., la Época, Leg. 100, Cuentas de la Inquisicion de Jaén, folio llv-12r Avila, July 1, 149426 A.G.S., R.G.S., XII, 1494, folio 10 Madrid, December 11, 149427 A.G.S., C.M.C., la Época, Leg. 100, Cuentas de la Inquisicion de Jaén, folio 2r-10v September 30, 1495 28 A.G.S., C.M.C., la Época, Leg. 100, Cuentas de la Inquisicion de Jaén, folio 12v Alcaraz, November 15, 149629 A.G.S., C.M.C, la Época, Leg. 100, Cuentas de la Inquisicion de Jaén, folio 1 r/v Alcaraz, July 13 and September 17, 1497 30 A.H.D.J., Seccion de Fâbrica, Libro de la Cofradia de la Veneracion del Santo Sacramento..., fol. 1?-5? Jaén, 1503-150531 A.H.P.J., Leg. 10, folio 210 r/v Jaén, April 17, 150432 A.M.J., Libro de acuerdos capitulares del año 1505, folio 46 r/v Toro, March 24, 150533 A.H.N., Inq., Leg. 1841, n° 3, folio 2r-3v Jaén, May 11, 1505; February 22, 1510; October 9, 148634 A.H.P.J., Leg. 11, folio 141 r/v Jaén, March 19, 150735 A.H.P.J., Leg. 11, folio 257v-258v Jaén, April 14, 150736 A.H.P.J., Leg. 11, folio 457 r/v Jaén, September 18, 150737 A.G.S., P.R., 28-39 Undated (A)38 A.G.S., P.R., 28-38 folios lr-3v Undated (A)39 A.H.P.J., Leg. 12, folios 116r-117v Jaén, February 12, 1508 40 A.H.P.J., Leg. 4, folios 275 r-276r Jaén, October 20, 150941 A.H.P.J., Leg. 4, folio 318 r/v Jaén, November 19, 1509 42 A.H.P.J., Leg. 4, folio 320 r/v Jaén, November 20, 150943 A.H.P.J., Leg. 14, folios 437r-438r Jaén, December 18, 150944 A.M.J., Libro de acuerdos capitulares del año 1511, folios 19v-20r Madrid, January 4, 151145 A.H.P.J., Leg. 5, folio 71 r/v Jaén, March 11, 151146 A.H.P.J., Leg. 5, folios 73r-74r Jaén, March 15, 151147 A.H.P.J., Leg. 5, folios 85r-86r Jaén, March 20, 1511 48 A.H.P.J., Leg. 13, folio 183r Jaén, April 15, 151149 A.H.N., Inq. Leg. 131, n° 16, folios 11 Or- 116r Trial of Hernando de Alcaraz Jaén, 1511-151250 A.H.P.J., Leg. 13, folios 371v-372r Jaén, August 25, 151151 A.H.P.J., Leg. 5, folios 274v-275r Jaén, September 21, 151152 A.H.P.J., Leg. 13, folio 548 r/v Jaén, October 28, 151153 A.H.P.J., Leg. 13, folio 585 r/v Jaén, December 17, 151154 A.H.P.J., Leg. 5, folio 606 r/v Jaén, June 27, 151455 A.H.P.J., Leg. 27, folios 205r-207r Jaén, February 27, 151556 A.H.P.J., Leg. 28, folios 36v-38r Jaén, June 19, 151657 A.H.P.J., Leg. 28, folios 99r-100r Jaén, August 17, 151658 A.H.P.J., Leg. 28, folios 125r-126r Jaén, August 28, 151659 A.H.P.J., Leg. 7, folios 21r-22v Jaén, January 30, 152260 A.H.P.J., Leg. 17, folio 111 r / v Jaén, April 9, 152261 A.H.P.J., Leg. 17, folios 187v-188v Jaén, June 2, 152262 A.H.P.J., Leg. 6, a separate page next to folio 519 Jaén, July 2, 1522 63 A.H.P.J., Leg. 88, folios 272r-273r Jaén, November 8, 152264 A.H.P.J., Leg. 17, folio 512 r/v Jaén, December 1, 152265 A.H.P.J., Leg. 18, folio 647 r / v Jaén, August 16, 152666 A.H.N., Inq., Leg. 5238, n° 1, folio 122 r / v Jaén, May 15, 1549 67 A.H.N., Inq., Leg. 5238, n° 1, fol. 121 r / v Cordoba, January 29, 1632Back MatterAPPENDICESI. LIST OF PROFESSIONS OF THE CONDEMNED IN JAEN II. LIST OF PROFESSIONS OF THE CONDEMNED IN ÜBEDA AND VILLANUEVA DEL ARZOBISPO ÜbedaVillanueva del ArzobispoIII. LIST OF THE CONDEMNED IN UBEDA ACCORDING TO THE ACCOUNTS OF BACHILLER ROBLESIV. INQUISITORS AND OFFICIALS OF THE INQUISITION TRIBUNAL OF JAÉNINDICESLIST OF DOCUMENTSSUBJECTSPERSONSPLACESPlatesBack Map Back Flap
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