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This article centres on a trial held in Madrid in 1614 involving a group identified as 'vagrants' of 'Armenian' and 'Greek' background. In order to tease out the ways in which the presence of foreigners challenged the institutions and citizens, this article approaches these defendants as relationally defined actors in the urban dynamic. It reveals the tactics marginal groups employed vis-à-vis strategic attempts by the municipal government to control foreigners by assigning them identitiesdoi:10.1017/s0963926820000802 fatcat:xidalz2dx5hytk5pmavaffw3sa