POTESTAS. REVISTA DEL GRUPO EUROPEO DE INVESTIGACIÓN HISTÓRICA. RELIGIÓN, PODER Y MONARQUÍA.
Th roughout the sixteenth century, in accordance with their status as rulers of the city, the members of the Castilian municipalities sought to establish their own buildings and balconies in the new urban centers, from where they could show themselves with the appropiate decorum on the occasion of public events and celebrations. In addition to the city halls and other civic architecture, adapted in their façades for this role as mirador or overlook, a new type of public buildings, the balconiesdoi:10.6035/potestas.2012.5.8 fatcat:ypmrms6horfzxfzwsfstdczurq