Introduction: The Iberian Atlantic and the Making of the Modern World




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Tomich, D. W. ., & Marques, L. (2023). Introduction: The Iberian Atlantic and the Making of the Modern World. Culture &Amp; History Digital Journal, 12(2), e015.