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"Spain" Article - Table of Contents

SECTION I: GEOGRAPHY AND STATISTICS
Part 1. General Description. Coastline. Surface.
Part 2. Rivers. Lakes.
Part 3. Geology

Part 4. Climate

Part 5. Vegetation
Part 6. Fauna
Part 7. Extent. Territorial Divisions and Population. Foreign Possessions.
Part 8. Agriculture. Fisheries.
Part 9. Minerals
Part 10. Manufactures
Part 11. Foreign Commerce
Part 12. Shipping and Navigation. Roads. Railways. Post Office. Telegraphs.
Part 13. Army and Navy

Part 14. Religion. Education.

Part 15. Political Administration. Law and Justice.
Part 16. Finance. Currency, Weights and Measures.
Part 17. Bibliography

SECTION II: HISTORY OF SPAIN
Ancient History
Part 18. Ancient History
Part 19. Spain Under the West Goths
Mediaeval History
Part 20. The Arab Invasion. The Omayads. The Christian States.
Part 21. The Omayad Dynasty in Spain (822-1031)
Part 22. 11th-13th Centuries. The Christian vs Arab Struggle.
Part 23. Castile (1252-1479)

Part 24. Aragon (1213-1479)

Part 25. Mediaeval History of Spain - Bibliography
Modern History
Part 26. United Spain under Ferdinand and Isabella (1479-1516)
Part 27. Spain under the Habsburgs (1516-1700)
Part 28. The Spanish Succession Question. The Early Bourbons.
Part 29. Charles III (1759-88)
Part 30. Charles IV and the French Revolution
Part 31. The French Invasion and the War of Independence (1808-14)
Part 32. Ferdinand VII
Part 33. Isabella II. 19th Century to 1886.

Part 34. Modern Spanish History (1479-1886) - Bibliography


SECTION III: LANGUAGES OF THE IBERIAN PENINSULA
Part 35. Introduction
Part 36. Catalan
Part 37. Castilian Spanish
Part 38. Portuguese
Part 39. Bibliography

SECTION IV: SPANISH LITERATURE

Castilian Spanish Literature
Part 40. Introductory Note. Castilian Literature: Mediaeval Era to 15th Century.
Part 41. Classic Age: 16th and 17th Centuries
Part 42. 18th Century
Part 43. 19th Century

Part 44. Bibliography
Catalan Literature

Part 45. Catalan Literature
Part 46. Bibliography



The above article was written by four authors:
(a) Parts 1-17: Geography and Statistics
G. G. Chisolm, B.Sc.

(b) Parts 18-19: Ancient History
Rev. W. J. Brodribb, M.A.

(c) Parts 20-34: Mediaeval and Modern History
Richard Lodge, M.A., Fellow of Brasenose College, Oxford

(d) Parts 35-46: Language and Literature
Alfred Morel-Patio



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