Iván Muñoz Muñoz

Iván Muñoz Muñoz

Graduate in Documentation Studies with honours and master’s degree in History - EURAME - from the University of Granada. He has developed his researching career in the field of Palaeography and has written several works on topics like the Inquisitions’ Treasury of Granada in the XVI century, or the local history and the Enlightenment teaching in Málaga, where he was born. It is also in Málaga that he takes a master’s degree for secondary school teaching. Besides, he has a specialty in Social Sciences and a master’s degree in Historiographical Sciences and Techniques and Digital Humanities.

In the professional area, we would like to mention his participation in the cataloguing of the library Poeta Alfonso Canales, granted to the University of Málaga. He is also a usual collaborator at the library Isla Negra, where he develops some dissemination and advice activities.

His first contact with numismatics was in 2014 and since then he has gathered a quite diverse collection, where the pieces standing out are his follis from the Byzantine Empire and his copper coins from the territories of the Spanish Monarchy of the centuries XVI and XVII.

Iván Muñoz Muñoz

Iván Muñoz Muñoz

Graduate in Documentation Studies with honours and master’s degree in History - EURAME - from the University of Granada. He has developed his researching career in the field of Palaeography and has written several works on topics like the Inquisitions’ Treasury of Granada in the XVI century, or the local history and the Enlightenment teaching in Málaga, where he was born. It is also in Málaga that he takes a master’s degree for secondary school teaching. Besides, he has a specialty in Social Sciences and a master’s degree in Historiographical Sciences and Techniques and Digital Humanities.

In the professional area, we would like to mention his participation in the cataloguing of the library Poeta Alfonso Canales, granted to the University of Málaga. He is also a usual collaborator at the library Isla Negra, where he develops some dissemination and advice activities.

His first contact with numismatics was in 2014 and since then he has gathered a quite diverse collection, where the pieces standing out are his follis from the Byzantine Empire and his copper coins from the territories of the Spanish Monarchy of the centuries XVI and XVII.

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Metal Propaganda

The so-called “paper war” between the Hispanic Monarchy and the United Provinces has also been studied from the point of view of communication by the Professor Ingrid Schulze (1), among others. Although this author tells us about the features of…

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