Brief description of the history of the Neapolitan language and culture. Contributions of Neapolitan culture to Western civilization. Current situation of the Neapolitan language in southern Italy. Book written in Spanish, in the Valencian language and in the Neapolitan language.
History of the Valencian language, from the first known peoples in the Kingdom of Valencia to the present day. Contribution of Valencian culture to European history.
Version in Valencian language and in French.
The Little Descriptive Treatise on Bullfights is one of Vicente Blasco's lesser-known books. It was published in France in 1925 for French fans. He guides us in the world of bullfighting, since its origins. He describes the arenas, the bullfighters and their gangs and of course ... bulls and bullfighting, their qualities, and tells us about the breeders, the most famous of his time.
This book allows us to appreciate all the mastery and talent of the Valencian writer, the most international.
This book tries to cover the daily consultations around the Valencian History of a fast and efficient way, at the same time that introduces those not accustomed to the Valencian History the prolegomena of the same, its most important facts, its outstanding men, its companies and its victories, which very often, in recent history, have been denied and belong to us body and soul.
Here it is, with the hope that this book will serve to build a better future.
(Conquest and distribution of the Kingdom of Valencia)
In this new contribution, we are presented with a synthesis of the history of the Conquest and Repartition of the Kingdom of Valencia.
This work is fundamental for all those who want to connect with detail the deed of James I, exposes the different theories that have tried to explain the conquest of James I. Although the author defends and recognizes himself as a participant in one of the aforementioned theories, his intellectual honesty allows him to present without distortions or prejudices all the theories elaborated throughout this fascinating historiographical debate, which has occupied a large part of the past century and which continues in force, nowadays.
It also has the virtue of recovering again for the public the work and research of already mythical figures among valencians such as Antonio Ubieto, Ambrosio Huici and Amparo Cabanes, who have tried to silence in some areas and that it is necessary to claim for its importance in the set of studies of the history of Valencia.
(The knights of the Kingdom of Valencia)
The Valencian archives and their inaccessibility have prevented us from having a joint vision of our history. With the aim of making accessible these historical jewels of the Valencian history, we opened this window that represents the Valencian Historical Library.
This first issue is centered on the world of knights.