Perception of the Jews during the reign of Ferdinand II according to the inquisitor Don Martín García (ca. 1441-1521)

Manuel Montoza Coca

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Abstract

Many political and religious changes took place in the Kingdom of Aragon during the government of King Ferdinand the Catholic. Of these, changes in the relationship with the Jewish community are specially relevant. The most significant moment of the period was, without any doubt, the order of expulsion of the Jews from all Hispanic kingdoms, issued in 1492. In this paper we present and analyze the perception of the Jews during this period, using as a reference passages from the Sermones by the Inquisitor Don Martin Garcia, Bishop of Barcelona and King Ferdinand ll's royal preacher, as a source.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)141-156
JournalAnuario de Historia de la Iglesia
Volume26
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2017

Keywords

  • 15th century
  • Crown of Aragon
  • Jews
  • Martín García
  • Sermones

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