TITLE

Los cabildos eclesiástico y civil de Antequera ante la crisis imperial de 1808-1810

AUTHOR(S)
SILVA, CARLOS SÁNCHEZ; VIRUELL, LUIS ALBERTO ARRIOJA DÍAZ
PUB. DATE
July 2008
SOURCE
Signos Históricos;jul-dic2008, Issue 20, p82
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The object of this article is to examine the opinions that the ecclesiastic and civil cabildos de Antequera del Valle de Oaxaca faced before the imperial crisis of 1808: on one hand, suggesting its fidelity to the king, but on the other hand, also to settle with pending matters, in particular to support a regressive and radical politic that abolishes the sistema de intendencias in New Spain. In that way, the essay is an initial effort to relate the function and composition of the mentioned corporations as the ideological, religious, political and economic interests that displayed the work in the Antequera of the second half of the XVIII century and the first decade of the XIX century.
ACCESSION #
57524772

 

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