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A Castellanist Secretary in the Netherlands: Juan de Albornoz, Right-Hand Man of the Duke of Alba

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The apparition of the figure of the valido at the beginning of Philip III's reign was not possible until several changes in the structure of the Spanish monarchy had occurred during the last two decades of the sixteenth century. At that moment, the monarchy was institutionalized, and gubernaculum and jurisdictio were separated; the first one was linked to the nobility, whereas the second one, logically, was operated by lawyers. Due to this situation, the political role that Juan de Albornoz, secretary to the Duke of Alba, played during the government of the Netherlands by his patron between 1567 and 1573 could not have been possible. He was his righthand man during all these years and he made possible the promotion of several Spanish and Flemish councilors, playing a crucial role in political, economical, and even religious aspects.

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Juan de Albornoz, Favourites, House of Alba, Spanish Monarchy
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Munoz, Jose Eloy. "A Castellanist Secretary in the Netherlands: Juan de Albornoz, Right-Hand Man of the Duke of Alba" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the RSA Annual Meeting, Grand Hyatt, Washington, DC,, <Not Available>. 2014-11-24 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p526079_index.html>

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Munoz, J. H. "A Castellanist Secretary in the Netherlands: Juan de Albornoz, Right-Hand Man of the Duke of Alba" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the RSA Annual Meeting, Grand Hyatt, Washington, DC, <Not Available>. 2014-11-24 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p526079_index.html

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Abstract: The apparition of the figure of the valido at the beginning of Philip III's reign was not possible until several changes in the structure of the Spanish monarchy had occurred during the last two decades of the sixteenth century. At that moment, the monarchy was institutionalized, and gubernaculum and jurisdictio were separated; the first one was linked to the nobility, whereas the second one, logically, was operated by lawyers. Due to this situation, the political role that Juan de Albornoz, secretary to the Duke of Alba, played during the government of the Netherlands by his patron between 1567 and 1573 could not have been possible. He was his righthand man during all these years and he made possible the promotion of several Spanish and Flemish councilors, playing a crucial role in political, economical, and even religious aspects.


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