Alfonso Reyes reads Nietzsche: classical culture and ethics

Alfonso Reyes reads Nietzsche: classical culture and ethics
by Sergio Capuano
Classical Bulletin, Issue 1, 2019; p.67
doi: https://doi.org/10.33909/cb/94.2019.01.81

Readings of the Ancient History of Mexico by Francisco Clavijero in the viceregal press of Buenos Aires [1801]

Readings of the Ancient History of Mexico by Francisco Clavijero in the viceregal press of Buenos Aires [1801]
by Dawson Commager
Classical Bulletin, Issue 1, 2019; p.49
doi: https://doi.org/10.33909/cb/94.2019.01.80

Assertive statements in the Spanish; innovative approach

Assertive statements in the Spanish; innovative approach
by Albrecht Mendoa
Classical Bulletin, Issue 1, 2019; p.29
doi: https://doi.org/10.33909/cb/94.2019.01.79

Michael Toxites and the multilingual vocabularies of Onomastica in the context of historical life

Michael Toxites and the multilingual vocabularies of Onomastica in the context of historical life
by Parks, Mitchell H.
Classical Bulletin, Issue 1, 2019; p.4
doi: https://doi.org/10.33909/cb/94.2019.01.78

Fernando de Aragón, Isabel de Castilla and the early perception of Turkish danger (1472-1480)

Fernando de Aragón, Isabel de Castilla and the early perception of Turkish danger (1472-1480)
Miguel Moenos
Classical Bulletin, Special Issue 3, 2018; p.18-26

Abstract
Before accessing the Castilian throne, Ferdinand of Aragon and Isabella of Castile had very concrete news about the danger represented by the Turks for their domains, the Mediterranean and Christian civilization by the embassy of Cardinal Borja in 1472-1473, during which he published a bull of anti-otoman crusade. Then they followed the information closely by the ambassadors they sent to Rome and by the nuncios stationed in their kingdoms. Therefore, when the siege of Rhodes and the capture of Otranto in 1480 were known, the kings decided to intervene with their help to the hospitable and the kingdom of Naples.