Anne SAMSON
Independent historian specialising in British and South African relations post 1910. Her recent work has been on the Great War in East, Central and Southern Africa on which she has published two books, the most recent,  World War 1: The forgotten conflict of the European powers  was published in 2012 by IB Tauris. She has also written various articles on related topics. In addition to her research, she is the co-ordinator of the GWEAA, an international online community of all interested in the campaigns in Africa during the Great War. She has just been appointed chair of the Friends of The National Archives in London. In her other life, she works in education.

Javier Lion Bustillo
Part Time Professor in Political Science (UNED Seville, Spain) and researcher at the Current History Studies Group (University of Cádiz). PhD in Contemporary History (University of Cádiz) and MA in Politics and Government in the EU (London School of Economics).

Julio Pérez SERRANO
Senior Lecturer in Contemporary History (University of Cádiz, Spain). PhD in Contemporary History by the University of Cádiz. Director of the Current History Studies Group (GEHA, University of Cádiz). Senior researcher in several projects financed by the Spanish Ministry of Science.

Anne SAMSON
Independent historian specialising in British and South African relations post 1910. Her recent work has been on the Great War in East, Central and Southern Africa on which she has published two books, the most recent,  World War 1: The forgotten conflict of the European powers  was published in 2012 by IB Tauris. She has also written various articles on related topics. In addition to her research, she is the co-ordinator of the GWEAA, an international online community of all interested in the campaigns in Africa during the Great War. She has just been appointed chair of the Friends of The National Archives in London. In her other life, she works in education.

Javier Lion Bustillo
Part Time Professor in Political Science (UNED Seville, Spain) and researcher at the Current History Studies Group (University of Cádiz). PhD in Contemporary History (University of Cádiz) and MA in Politics and Government in the EU (London School of Economics).

Julio Pérez SERRANO
Senior Lecturer in Contemporary History (University of Cádiz, Spain). PhD in Contemporary History by the University of Cádiz. Director of the Current History Studies Group (GEHA, University of Cádiz). Senior researcher in several projects financed by the Spanish Ministry of Science.

The Hotel Impero Rome boasts 70 comfortable & luxurious rooms in the heart of Rome close to Termini Station and many of the main tourist attractions with access to both lines of the city’s underground metro system. In addition to the comfortable rooms enjoying free Wi-Fi, flat screen satellite TVs and air conditioning, the Hotel Impero also enjoys a rooftop terrace, hotel bar, complimentary breakfast and a myriad of other high quality services .

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Portugal ( Portuguese : [puɾtuˈɣaɫ] ), officially the Portuguese Republic (Portuguese: República Portuguesa [ʁɛ'puβlikɐ puɾtu'ɣezɐ] ), [note 1] is a sovereign state located mostly on the Iberian Peninsula in southwestern Europe . It is the westernmost country of mainland Europe , being bordered to the west and south by the Atlantic Ocean and to the north and east by Spain . Its territory also includes the Atlantic archipelagos of the Azores and Madeira , both autonomous regions with their own regional governments . At 1.7 million km 2 , its Exclusive Economic Zone is the 3rd largest in the European Union and the 11th largest in the world. [10]

In the past, Portingale was often used in England as a name for Portugal. This usage is long since obsolete, but "Portingale" remains a family name found in England and other English-speaking countries - such a name likely indicating centuries-old family ancestry from a Portuguese immigrant to England. [ citation needed ]

The early history of Portugal is shared with the rest of the Iberian Peninsula located in South Western Europe. The name of Portugal derives from the joined Romano-Celtic name Portus Cale . The region was settled by Pre- Celts and Celts, giving origin to peoples like the Gallaeci , Lusitanians , Celtici and Cynetes , visited by Phoenicians , Ancient Greeks and Carthaginians , incorporated in the Roman Republic dominions as Lusitania and part of Gallaecia , after 45 BC until 298 AD.

Anne SAMSON
Independent historian specialising in British and South African relations post 1910. Her recent work has been on the Great War in East, Central and Southern Africa on which she has published two books, the most recent,  World War 1: The forgotten conflict of the European powers  was published in 2012 by IB Tauris. She has also written various articles on related topics. In addition to her research, she is the co-ordinator of the GWEAA, an international online community of all interested in the campaigns in Africa during the Great War. She has just been appointed chair of the Friends of The National Archives in London. In her other life, she works in education.

Javier Lion Bustillo
Part Time Professor in Political Science (UNED Seville, Spain) and researcher at the Current History Studies Group (University of Cádiz). PhD in Contemporary History (University of Cádiz) and MA in Politics and Government in the EU (London School of Economics).

Julio Pérez SERRANO
Senior Lecturer in Contemporary History (University of Cádiz, Spain). PhD in Contemporary History by the University of Cádiz. Director of the Current History Studies Group (GEHA, University of Cádiz). Senior researcher in several projects financed by the Spanish Ministry of Science.

The Hotel Impero Rome boasts 70 comfortable & luxurious rooms in the heart of Rome close to Termini Station and many of the main tourist attractions with access to both lines of the city’s underground metro system. In addition to the comfortable rooms enjoying free Wi-Fi, flat screen satellite TVs and air conditioning, the Hotel Impero also enjoys a rooftop terrace, hotel bar, complimentary breakfast and a myriad of other high quality services .

Pay for your room at the time of booking and receive a discount of 10 Euro on published rates.
This reservation requires 100% prepayment and is NON REFUNDABLE should you cancel or modify the arrival date.

8% discount on published rates when booking a minimum of 3 nights.
This reservation requires 100% prepayment and is NON REFUNDABLE should you cancel or modify the arrival date.

Anne SAMSON
Independent historian specialising in British and South African relations post 1910. Her recent work has been on the Great War in East, Central and Southern Africa on which she has published two books, the most recent,  World War 1: The forgotten conflict of the European powers  was published in 2012 by IB Tauris. She has also written various articles on related topics. In addition to her research, she is the co-ordinator of the GWEAA, an international online community of all interested in the campaigns in Africa during the Great War. She has just been appointed chair of the Friends of The National Archives in London. In her other life, she works in education.

Javier Lion Bustillo
Part Time Professor in Political Science (UNED Seville, Spain) and researcher at the Current History Studies Group (University of Cádiz). PhD in Contemporary History (University of Cádiz) and MA in Politics and Government in the EU (London School of Economics).

Julio Pérez SERRANO
Senior Lecturer in Contemporary History (University of Cádiz, Spain). PhD in Contemporary History by the University of Cádiz. Director of the Current History Studies Group (GEHA, University of Cádiz). Senior researcher in several projects financed by the Spanish Ministry of Science.

The Hotel Impero Rome boasts 70 comfortable & luxurious rooms in the heart of Rome close to Termini Station and many of the main tourist attractions with access to both lines of the city’s underground metro system. In addition to the comfortable rooms enjoying free Wi-Fi, flat screen satellite TVs and air conditioning, the Hotel Impero also enjoys a rooftop terrace, hotel bar, complimentary breakfast and a myriad of other high quality services .

Pay for your room at the time of booking and receive a discount of 10 Euro on published rates.
This reservation requires 100% prepayment and is NON REFUNDABLE should you cancel or modify the arrival date.

8% discount on published rates when booking a minimum of 3 nights.
This reservation requires 100% prepayment and is NON REFUNDABLE should you cancel or modify the arrival date.

Portugal ( Portuguese : [puɾtuˈɣaɫ] ), officially the Portuguese Republic (Portuguese: República Portuguesa [ʁɛ'puβlikɐ puɾtu'ɣezɐ] ), [note 1] is a sovereign state located mostly on the Iberian Peninsula in southwestern Europe . It is the westernmost country of mainland Europe , being bordered to the west and south by the Atlantic Ocean and to the north and east by Spain . Its territory also includes the Atlantic archipelagos of the Azores and Madeira , both autonomous regions with their own regional governments . At 1.7 million km 2 , its Exclusive Economic Zone is the 3rd largest in the European Union and the 11th largest in the world. [10]

In the past, Portingale was often used in England as a name for Portugal. This usage is long since obsolete, but "Portingale" remains a family name found in England and other English-speaking countries - such a name likely indicating centuries-old family ancestry from a Portuguese immigrant to England. [ citation needed ]

The early history of Portugal is shared with the rest of the Iberian Peninsula located in South Western Europe. The name of Portugal derives from the joined Romano-Celtic name Portus Cale . The region was settled by Pre- Celts and Celts, giving origin to peoples like the Gallaeci , Lusitanians , Celtici and Cynetes , visited by Phoenicians , Ancient Greeks and Carthaginians , incorporated in the Roman Republic dominions as Lusitania and part of Gallaecia , after 45 BC until 298 AD.

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La civilización romana se extendió por inmensos territorios sobre los que dejó una profunda huella. Muchas de sus aportes permanecen hoy en los países europeos.

Según la leyenda, el príncipe troyano Eneas, tras escapar de la destrucción de su ciudad y después de andar errando largo tiempo por el Mediterráneo, acaba por desembarcar en la costa del Lacio, donde reina el rey Latino, con el que forma alianza. Ascanio, hijo de Eneas, venido de Troya en su compañía, funda la ciudad de Alba, donde reina después de él una serie de reyes, descendientes suyos.

No ha sido fácil para los investigadores determinar el momento exacto en que empezó a ser habitada la bahía de Guanabara ya que, por mucho tiempo, el rastro de las antiguas civilizaciones permaneció escondido bajo la densa vegetación. Excavaciones arqueológicas han permitido establecer la teoría de que la presencia del hombre en territorio brasileño se inició hace 2 millones de años, durante el Pleistoceno. Sin embargo, estos habitantes originarios, llamados “hombres de los sambaquis” no fueron los antepasados de los indios encontrados por los portugueses, los tupi-guaraní .

Se cree que la nación tupi-guaraní es originaria de los pueblos nómadas de Asia, que hace aproximadamente cuarenta mil años atravesaron el Estrecho de Bering y alcanzaron el continente americano. Hasta hace poco tiempo se pensaba que los tupi-guaraní habían llegado a las costas brasileñas poco antes que los europeos, pero nuevos estudios sobre la historia de Brasil y nuevas dataciones arqueológicas han hecho que los investigadores sostengan que una parte de ese grupo originario inició una peregrinación hacia el sur, alcanzando el litoral brasileño después de descender por el río Amazonas, hace unos dos mil años.

La hipótesis más aceptada sostiene que al llegar a la región de Guanabara, los tupis encontraron a los tapuias (“los otros” en dialecto tupi) que, teniendo el mismo origen, habrían llegado antes por caminos diferentes y ya habían expulsado a los “hombres de los sambaquis”. Los tupis acabaron conquistando las tierras en torno de la bahía y se instalaron allí definitivamente hasta la llegada de los europeos.

Anne SAMSON
Independent historian specialising in British and South African relations post 1910. Her recent work has been on the Great War in East, Central and Southern Africa on which she has published two books, the most recent,  World War 1: The forgotten conflict of the European powers  was published in 2012 by IB Tauris. She has also written various articles on related topics. In addition to her research, she is the co-ordinator of the GWEAA, an international online community of all interested in the campaigns in Africa during the Great War. She has just been appointed chair of the Friends of The National Archives in London. In her other life, she works in education.

Javier Lion Bustillo
Part Time Professor in Political Science (UNED Seville, Spain) and researcher at the Current History Studies Group (University of Cádiz). PhD in Contemporary History (University of Cádiz) and MA in Politics and Government in the EU (London School of Economics).

Julio Pérez SERRANO
Senior Lecturer in Contemporary History (University of Cádiz, Spain). PhD in Contemporary History by the University of Cádiz. Director of the Current History Studies Group (GEHA, University of Cádiz). Senior researcher in several projects financed by the Spanish Ministry of Science.

The Hotel Impero Rome boasts 70 comfortable & luxurious rooms in the heart of Rome close to Termini Station and many of the main tourist attractions with access to both lines of the city’s underground metro system. In addition to the comfortable rooms enjoying free Wi-Fi, flat screen satellite TVs and air conditioning, the Hotel Impero also enjoys a rooftop terrace, hotel bar, complimentary breakfast and a myriad of other high quality services .

Pay for your room at the time of booking and receive a discount of 10 Euro on published rates.
This reservation requires 100% prepayment and is NON REFUNDABLE should you cancel or modify the arrival date.

8% discount on published rates when booking a minimum of 3 nights.
This reservation requires 100% prepayment and is NON REFUNDABLE should you cancel or modify the arrival date.

Portugal ( Portuguese : [puɾtuˈɣaɫ] ), officially the Portuguese Republic (Portuguese: República Portuguesa [ʁɛ'puβlikɐ puɾtu'ɣezɐ] ), [note 1] is a sovereign state located mostly on the Iberian Peninsula in southwestern Europe . It is the westernmost country of mainland Europe , being bordered to the west and south by the Atlantic Ocean and to the north and east by Spain . Its territory also includes the Atlantic archipelagos of the Azores and Madeira , both autonomous regions with their own regional governments . At 1.7 million km 2 , its Exclusive Economic Zone is the 3rd largest in the European Union and the 11th largest in the world. [10]

In the past, Portingale was often used in England as a name for Portugal. This usage is long since obsolete, but "Portingale" remains a family name found in England and other English-speaking countries - such a name likely indicating centuries-old family ancestry from a Portuguese immigrant to England. [ citation needed ]

The early history of Portugal is shared with the rest of the Iberian Peninsula located in South Western Europe. The name of Portugal derives from the joined Romano-Celtic name Portus Cale . The region was settled by Pre- Celts and Celts, giving origin to peoples like the Gallaeci , Lusitanians , Celtici and Cynetes , visited by Phoenicians , Ancient Greeks and Carthaginians , incorporated in the Roman Republic dominions as Lusitania and part of Gallaecia , after 45 BC until 298 AD.

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La civilización romana se extendió por inmensos territorios sobre los que dejó una profunda huella. Muchas de sus aportes permanecen hoy en los países europeos.

Según la leyenda, el príncipe troyano Eneas, tras escapar de la destrucción de su ciudad y después de andar errando largo tiempo por el Mediterráneo, acaba por desembarcar en la costa del Lacio, donde reina el rey Latino, con el que forma alianza. Ascanio, hijo de Eneas, venido de Troya en su compañía, funda la ciudad de Alba, donde reina después de él una serie de reyes, descendientes suyos.

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