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Spain in the Early Modern Period
16th Century
The birth of an Empire
Dynastic Union
 Catholic Monarchs unite Castille &
Aragon in 1479
 Each territory kept their respective
institutions, la...
Unity in Spanish State-
Territory
 1492 – incorporation of Nasrid
Kingdom of Granada (end of
conquest)
 1512 – integrati...
Unity in Spanish State-
Religion
 1472– creation of Tribunal of the
Inquisition
 1492 – forced conversion to Catholism
o...
Power of the Monarchy
 Imposed their authority by
◦ Reducing power of nobles
◦ Controlling the military
◦ Reducing autono...
Power of the Monarchy
 Improved administration of the state
by
◦ creating councils
◦ modernising justice with the courts ...
Power of the Monarchy
 Established a common foreing policy
by fighting together
◦ Aragon recovered Flande, Sicily, the
Ro...
Spanish hegemony
 Charles I
◦ Castilla gained territories in Africa,
continuing Atlantic expansion gaining
Canary Islands...
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Spain early modern period 16th century

  1. 1. Spain in the Early Modern Period 16th Century The birth of an Empire
  2. 2. Dynastic Union  Catholic Monarchs unite Castille & Aragon in 1479  Each territory kept their respective institutions, laws and monetary systems  Common aims: religious and territorial unity
  3. 3. Unity in Spanish State- Territory  1492 – incorporation of Nasrid Kingdom of Granada (end of conquest)  1512 – integration of kingdom of Navarra
  4. 4. Unity in Spanish State- Religion  1472– creation of Tribunal of the Inquisition  1492 – forced conversion to Catholism or expulsion of Jews and Muslims
  5. 5. Power of the Monarchy  Imposed their authority by ◦ Reducing power of nobles ◦ Controlling the military ◦ Reducing autonomy of cities by appointing corregidores to represent them ◦ Cortes did not meet frequently
  6. 6. Power of the Monarchy  Improved administration of the state by ◦ creating councils ◦ modernising justice with the courts of justice ◦ regularising collection of taxes ◦ modernising the army (tercios)
  7. 7. Power of the Monarchy  Established a common foreing policy by fighting together ◦ Aragon recovered Flande, Sicily, the Rousillon and Sardinia.. From France ◦ Castilla gained territories in Africa, continuing Atlantic expansion gaining Canary Islands and discovering America
  8. 8. Spanish hegemony  Charles I ◦ Castilla gained territories in Africa, continuing Atlantic expansion gaining Canary Islands and discovering America

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