There were a large number of tribunals of the Papal Inquisition in various European kingdoms during the Middle Ages through different diplomatic and political means. In the Kingdom of Aragon , a tribunal of the Papal Inquisition was established by the statute of Excommunicamus of Pope Gregory IX , in , during the era of the Albigensian heresy, as a condition for peace with Aragon. The Inquisition was ill-received by the Aragonese, which led to prohibitions against insults or attacks on it. Rome was particularly concerned about the 'heretical' influence of the Iberian peninsula's large Muslim and Jewish population on the Catholic. It pressed the kingdoms to accept the Papal Inquisition after Aragon. Navarra conceded in the 13th century and Portugal by the end of the 14th, however its 'Roman Inquisition' was famously inactive.
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In Spanish, the preposition particle de "of" is used as a conjunction in two surname spelling styles, and to disambiguate a surname. Unlike in French, Spanish orthography does not require a contraction when a vowel begins the surname, but de el "of the" becomes del, e. Bearing the de particle does not necessarily denote a noble family, especially in Castile and Alava , the de usually applied to the place-name town or village from which the person and his or her ancestors originated; however, in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, the usage of de spread as a way of denoting the bearer's noble heritage to avoid the misperception that he or she is either a Jew or a Moor. In that time, many people, regardless of their true origins, used the particle, e. Miguel de Cervantes , Lope de Vega , etc. During the eighteenth century, the Spanish nobility fully embraced the French custom of using de as a nobility identifier, however, commoners also bore the de particle, which made the de usages unclear; thus, nobility was emphasised with the surname's lineage.
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