Written in old Castilian and consisting of more than 1500 pages, the Grand History of Navarre stands out for being the first known complete history of his kingdom. Written by Pedro de Agramont y Zaldibar, notary and historian born in Tudela, Navarre, in the 16th century, this great work took to its author more than 30 years to be completed. A converted Jew, Pedro Agramont was one of the most prominent notaries in the Kingdom of Navarre.
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Primera Historia de Navarra, Año 1632
Pamplona: Editorial Mintzoa, 1997
- Commentary (Spanish) by Miranda García, Fermín; Ramírez Vaquero, Eloísa
- Limited Edition: 200 copies
- This is a partial facsimile of the original document, Grand History of Navarre: the facsimile might represent only a part, or doesn't attempt to replicate the format, or doesn't imitate the look-and-feel of the original document.
The facsimile edition includes two volumes: the facsimile, whose pages are represented on a larger white background, and its transcription.
Hand-bound in goatskin stamped in gold.
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