Spanish Monarchs in the 1600’s. By Katie Cynkar, Emily Price, Cece Garner, and Caroline Marcus. Spain in the 17 th Century. Most populous empire in the world in the beginning of the century. Had an inefficient government, luxury loving class of nobles and armed forces were out of date.
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By Katie Cynkar, Emily Price, Cece Garner, and Caroline Marcus
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