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Les surintendants généraux de province: la première expérience de l'Intendance en Espagne (1711-1715)

Abstract : Created in 1711 and supressed in 1715, the Spanish Province Superintendents general were in charge of troop billeting and tax perception. They were replaced by the provincial intendents, a fundamental piece in the construction of a new "administrative" monarchy in the Peninsula. A biographical study these men suggests that they were, for the most part and contrary to what many contemporary informants said, men used to executive commissions and to action, many of whom contributed latter in a distinguished way to the building of absolutism.
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Jean-Pierre Dedieu. Les surintendants généraux de province: la première expérience de l'Intendance en Espagne (1711-1715). Jean-Pierre Dedieu; Bernard Vincent. L'Espagne, l'Etat et les Lumières. Mélanges en l'honneur de Didier Ozanam, Casa de Velazquez, pp.263-278, 2004, 9788495555618. ⟨halshs-00004685⟩

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