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De Las Casas. Geboren op 11 november 1484 in Serivilla (Spanje), overleden 18 juli 1566 in Madrid (Spanje). Ouders waren Isabel de Sosa en Pedro de las Casas

Father Bartolomé de las Casas defended the Indians, recognized them as humans, and argued that conversion had to be accomplished peacefully. The result was a moderation of the worst abuses, but the decision came too late to help most Indians.

Piet Heyn was de enige in 1628 die de zilvervloot overmeesterde.

Piet Heyn was de enige in 1628 die de zilvervloot overmeesterde.

Pedro cabral

Visit this site providing a picture of Pedro Alvares Cabral the famous Explorer. Sriking and Unusual Picture of Pedro Alvares Cabral. Picture of Pedro Alvares Cabral of the Renaissance era.

eigen thema: 1500 Karel V wordt geboren in Gent als zoon van Filips de Schone en Johanna 'De Waanzinnige' van Castillië.

Johanna Maria van der Gheynst with Emperor Charles V and their daughter Margaret of Parma by Théodore-Joseph Canneel,

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Dutch pirate ca love the striped jacket and sash with knife

dekolonisatie. kolonien wordenzelfstandig

dekolonisatie. kolonien wordenzelfstandig

Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor with Maria Anna and Archduchess Maria Elisabeth.

Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor with Maria Anna and Archduchess Maria Elisabeth.

Rose Valland, French curator who secretly documented most of the 20,000 works looted by the Nazis in France at great personal risk during World War II.

Rose Valland, French curator who secretly documented most of the works looted by the Nazis in France at great personal risk during World War II. Her work contributed the the return of the art heritage of many nations.

Karel V: Karel de vijfde was keizer van het Duitse rijk, en koning van Spanje en vele kolonies.

Karel V: Karel de vijfde was keizer van het Duitse rijk, en koning van Spanje en vele kolonies.

FELIPE II de Austria y Portugal (1527 - 1598), Rey de las Españas y de las Indias / By Anton Mor, 1560.

Renaissance Faces: Van Eyck to Titian: Portrait of Philip II on Saint Quentin's Day, 1560

Spanish conquistadors, also known as conquerors, settled on the islands in the Caribbean.

Spanish conquistadors, also known as conquerors, settled on the islands in the Caribbean.

Francisco Pizarro in 1535 began the conquest of the Inca Empire, then weakened by civil war. Cuzco fell in 1533. The Spanish built their capital at Lima, and by 1540, most of Peru was under their control.

Francisco Pizarro, Spanish conquistador and explorer, Francisco Pizarro conquered the Incas and founded Lima, the capital of modern-day Peru.

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