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Volume 17, number 1, JUNE 2019

CONTENTS

:: ARTICLES

Maria Cristina Cunha, Paula Pinto Costa & Duarte Babo Marinho
The Preparation of Embassies and the Protocols Followed by Royal Portuguese Ambassadors in the Late Middle Ages
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Armando Norte & Rui Miguel Rocha
The Cost of Graduation and Academic Rituals. Material Expressions of Student Life in the Late Middle Ages in Portugal

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Hélder Carita
Zenonian Laws on Sea Views and the Image of the City of Lisbon

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:: SURVEYS AND DEBATES

Joaquim Romero Magalhães and the Early Modern History of Portugal and its Empire: The testimony of nine historians.

Mafalda Soares da Cunha, Iris Kantor & João Paulo Salvado
Joaquim Romero Magalhães and the Early Modern History of Portugal and its Empire:
A Tribute
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Francisco Bethencourt
Joaquim Romero Magalhães: A Testimony
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Leonor Freire Costa
Joaquim Romero Magalhães’s Thoughts about Early Modern Portugal
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João Carlos Garcia
Joaquim Romero Magalhães and the History of Luso-Brazilian Cartography
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Álvaro Garrido
The Role Played by Joaquim Romero Magalhães in the Creation of the Course of Economic and Social History at the University of Coimbra
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Tiago C. P. dos Reis Miranda
The CNCDP Years
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Pablo Oller Mont Serrath
Joaquim Romero Magalhães: The Writing of History
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Nuno Gonçalo Monteiro
What I Learned from Joaquim Romero Magalhães
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Fernanda Olival
The Portuguese Inquisition in the Historical Writing of J. Romero Magalhães
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Rui Santos
Algarve, the Mediterranean, and the Atlantic
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:: BOOK REVIEWS

Fabiano Vilaça dos Santos
Fragoso, João and Nuno Gonçalo Monteiro (org.). Um reino e suas repúblicas no Atlântico. Comunicações políticas entre Portugal, Brasil e Angola nos séculos XVII e XVIII (A Kingdom and its Republics in the Atlantic: Political Communications between Portugal, Brazil, and Angola in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries). Rio de Janeiro: Civilização Brasileira, 2017, 475 pp. ISBN: 978-85-200-1269-7.
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Tamar Herzog
Hespanha, António Manuel. Filhos da Terra: Identidades Mestiças nos Confins da Expansão Portuguesa. Lisbon, Tinta da China, 2019, 366 pp. ISBN: 9789896714765
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