Unpublished archive of 56 royal decrees signed by Philip III and Philip IV (some with a stamp) to the Audiencia of Guatemala. Manuscripts on paper, in Spanish

Unpublished archive of 56 royal decrees signed by Philip III and Philip IV (some with a stamp) to the Audiencia of Guatemala. Manuscripts on paper, in Spanish.jpg
Unpublished archive of 56 royal decrees signed by Philip III and Philip IV (some with a stamp) to the Audiencia of Guatemala. Manuscripts on paper, in Spanish 2.jpg
Unpublished archive of 56 royal decrees signed by Philip III and Philip IV (some with a stamp) to the Audiencia of Guatemala. Manuscripts on paper, in Spanish.jpg
Unpublished archive of 56 royal decrees signed by Philip III and Philip IV (some with a stamp) to the Audiencia of Guatemala. Manuscripts on paper, in Spanish 2.jpg

Unpublished archive of 56 royal decrees signed by Philip III and Philip IV (some with a stamp) to the Audiencia of Guatemala. Manuscripts on paper, in Spanish

42,000.00

The documents in this offer “represent a remarkable, unpublished source for the history of the High Court of Guatemala during the first quarter of the seventeenth century, covering such subjects as the conquest and pacification of Indians in Honduras, granting of encomiendas, diversion of royal monies, establishment of missions.” This collection would represent an excellent opportunity to develop the Law Library’s record of the legal history of colonial Central America.

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