Geneanet > Pesquisar > Biblioteca

The life of Philip Thomas Howard, O.P., Cardinal of Norfolk, Grand Almoner to Catherine of Braganza, Queen-consort of King Charles II., and restorer of the English province of Friar-Preachers or Dominicans, compiled from original manuscripts, with a sketch of the rise, missions, and influence of the Dominican order, and of its early history in England

Registo reservado a membros Premium

Aceda à totalidade da Biblioteca de Genealogia: livros antigos, monografias, jornais antigos, etc. Mais de 3 mil milhões de pessoas indexadas, uma mina de ouro que pode enriquecer a sua genealogia!
A partir de US$ 4,13 por mês

The life of Philip Thomas Howard, O.P., Cardinal of Norfolk, Grand Almoner to Catherine of Braganza, Queen-consort of King Charles II., and restorer of the English province of Friar-Preachers or Dominicans, compiled from original manuscripts, with a sketch of the rise, missions, and influence of the Dominican order, and of its early history in England

The life of Philip Thomas Howard, O.P., Cardinal of Norfolk, Grand Almoner to Catherine of Braganza, Queen-consort of King Charles II., and restorer of the English province of Friar-Preachers or Dominicans, compiled from original manuscripts, with a sketch of the rise, missions, and influence of the Dominican order, and of its early history in England

Fonte : Internet Archive

The life of Philip Thomas Howard, O.P., Cardinal of Norfolk, Grand Almoner to Catherine of Braganza, Queen-consort of King Charles II., and restorer of the English province of Friar-Preachers or Dominicans, compiled from original manuscripts, with a sketch of the rise, missions, and influence of the Dominican order, and of its early history in England

The life of Philip Thomas Howard, O.P., Cardinal of Norfolk, Grand Almoner to Catherine of Braganza, Queen-consort of King Charles II., and restorer of the English province of Friar-Preachers or Dominicans, compiled from original manuscripts, with a sketch of the rise, missions, and influence of the Dominican order, and of its early history in England

Fonte : Internet Archive

Resultados : ALBUQUERQUE


Página 56

five Dominicans went out with Alphonso Albuquerque, founder of the Portuguese empire in the East, when he seized the island