De cómo los ingleses deben comerciar en la Península Ibérica : The Marchants Avizo (1589)

De cómo los ingleses deben comerciar en la Península Ibérica : The Marchants Avizo (1589)


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Journal Title: Pecvnia
Author: Juan Lanero Fernández
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Language: Spanish
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Source: Pecvnia; No 7 (Year 2008).
Publisher: Universidad de León
Usage rights: Reconocimiento - NoComercial - CompartirIgual (by-nc-sa)
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