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En la ciudad de El Tocuyo : 1545-1600

Author: Nieves Avellán de Tamayo
Publisher: Caracas : Academia Nacional de la Historia, 1997.
Series: Biblioteca de la Academia Nacional de la Historia., Fuentes para la historia colonial de Venezuela ;, 232-233.
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"Called an homage to the city of El Tocuyo, which was established in 1545 and ceased to exist 400 years later, the work is more a comprehensive encyclopedia of the city's 16th-century history than an analytical treatment. Yet, as an informational 'vision of the complex process of formation, growth, and permanence' of a city established by first-generation Venezuelan conquerors, this 2-volume work is  Read more...
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Avellán de Tamayo, Nieves.
En la ciudad de El Tocuyo.
Caracas : Academia Nacional de la Historia, 1997
(OCoLC)651844537
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nieves Avellán de Tamayo
ISBN: 9802161527 9789802161522 9802161551 9789802161553
OCLC Number: 37886145
Description: 2 v. : ill. (some col.) ; 23 cm.
Contents: Contiene: t. I - t. II
Series Title: Biblioteca de la Academia Nacional de la Historia., Fuentes para la historia colonial de Venezuela ;, 232-233.
Responsibility: Nieves Avellán de Tamayo.

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"Called an homage to the city of El Tocuyo, which was established in 1545 and ceased to exist 400 years later, the work is more a comprehensive encyclopedia of the city's 16th-century history than an analytical treatment. Yet, as an informational 'vision of the complex process of formation, growth, and permanence' of a city established by first-generation Venezuelan conquerors, this 2-volume work is fundamental"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.

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El Tocuyo in Lara State Venezuela

by BeatrizPestana (WorldCat user published 2010-09-07) Excellent Permalink

This is an excellent historica lreview of the foundation of town El Tocuyo, so called La Ciudad Madre, in the Lara State, one of the oldest colonial cities in Venezuela.

For your information, THIS TOWN STILL EXIST!!! IT HAS NOT VANISHED, so the informatio you give that his town no longer exist...
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