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Expansion of Buddhism, by Gunawan Kartapranata #map #asia #buddhism

Expansion of Buddhism, by Gunawan Kartapranata #map #asia #buddhism

Banco De Espana 500 Spanish Pesetas Old Banknote Juan De Austria At Battle Of Lepanto 1940

Banco De Espana 500 Spanish Pesetas Old Banknote Juan De Austria At Battle Of Lepanto 1940

Map of the The Maginot Line    French logic, oi they'll never come behind us, we don't need guns to fire that way....they grow mushrooms there now lol

Map of the The Maginot Line French logic, oi they'll never come behind us, we don't need guns to fire that way....they grow mushrooms there now lol

While Juan campaigned in the Mediterranean in the months after Lepanto affairs at the other end of Philip's European empire worsened. The Dutch revolt was entering in to its second decade. Spanish arms were almost everywhere victorious but the fires of rebellion continued to burn brightly.

While Juan campaigned in the Mediterranean in the months after Lepanto affairs at the other end of Philip's European empire worsened. The Dutch revolt was entering in to its second decade. Spanish arms were almost everywhere victorious but the fires of rebellion continued to burn brightly.

A contemporary rendering of the battle of Lepanto.

A contemporary rendering of the battle of Lepanto.

Johannes Lingelbach, BATTLE OF LEPANTO, 1571, WITH A CROWDED ROWING BOAT AND MEN.jpg

Johannes Lingelbach, BATTLE OF LEPANTO, 1571, WITH A CROWDED ROWING BOAT AND MEN.jpg

The Seventeen Provinces, as the lands northeast of France were known, were wealthy and prosperous. They were also physically close to the Empire. As Protestantism gained ground in the north a situation developed that would have been much easier for the flexible Ferdinand to handle than the rigid Philip of Spain.

The Seventeen Provinces, as the lands northeast of France were known, were wealthy and prosperous. They were also physically close to the Empire. As Protestantism gained ground in the north a situation developed that would have been much easier for the flexible Ferdinand to handle than the rigid Philip of Spain.

Resultado de imagen de luis de quijada

Resultado de imagen de luis de quijada

Battle of Lepanto

Battle of Lepanto

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